The "Times Trend" special program, initiated by the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles and the China Literary and Art Volunteers Association, will be broadcasted in mid-October. Recently, Cho-lam Wong, as a literary and art volunteer in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, visited Foshan for program filming.
He has visited various attractions in Foshan for filming, such as Shiwan Ceramic Museum, Doll Street, Nanfeng Ancient Kiln, and the Ancestral Temple. With his vibrant spirit and humorous performance, his demonstration has attracted tons of local residents.
His first stop for filming was the Shiwan Ceramic Museum. After the guide's detailed explanations, Cho-lam Wong commented, "This Museum showcases a wide array of precious ceramic artifacts from the Song, Yuan, and Ming Dynasties. And I know that the Nanhai Ⅰ, a Southern Song Dynasty ship that has been salvaged in 2007, was loaded with a large quantity of Shiwan ceramics, indicating how bustling the foreign trade is in Foshan at that time."
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