Two of the most popular works of the founder of Ta

2022-08-05
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Two works by the founder of Taiwan's glass workshop won the permanent collection of the China Pavilion of the WorldExpo. Yesterday, it was learned from the business department of the China region of the glass workshop that the "Oriental Crown" China Pavilion, located in the center of the Shanghai WorldExpo Park, will permanently collect the "thousand hands, thousand eyes, thousand sorrows and wisdom" and the "thousand one freedom" glass works created by the founder of the glass workshop, yanghuishan

chenjianmingjie, deputy director of public relations and media of China business division of Liuli workshop, said according to the time of the stopwatch that the two works will be displayed in the VIP Hall of the China Pavilion. During the Shanghai WorldExpo, this VIP Hall will receive top VIPs from all over the world, including politicians, business people and celebrities from all walks of life. It is one of the most eye-catching focuses in the Expo Park

Liuli workshop was founded in 1987 in Tamsui, Taiwan. Its founders are yanghuishan, who won the best actress of Taiwan Golden Horse Award, and Zhang Yi, a famous Taiwanese director. The glass workshop chooses "dewaxing and casting of glass" as the basic creation technology. After the original "dewaxing and precision casting method" of the glass workshop, the seemingly ordinary glass has been widely used in many artificial rubbers, resins, including engineering plastics and other resins processed at high temperature

the 76cm high "thousand hands, thousand eyes, thousand sorrows and wisdom" created by yanghuishan is copied from the Yuan Dynasty thousand hands and thousand eyes Guanyin mural in Mogao cave 3 in Dunhuang. It took three and a half years to complete. It is the largest glazed Buddha statue seen in the world. "Thousand one freedom" is a glass creation by Zhangyi, a glass artist. There are only 8 pieces in the world

over the years, the works of the glazed workshop have been invited to Japan, the United States, Britain, Italy, Germany and Singapore for exhibition. In China, they have been exhibited in the Imperial Palace Museum in Beijing, Shanghai Museum, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong and other places. Many works have been permanently collected by important museums in the world, including the Palace Museum in Beijing, the Victoria and Albert National Museum in the United Kingdom, the bower Museum in the United States, the Corning Glass Museum in the United States, etc

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