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Meinong Public Ceramic Relief Mural
Taiwan

The Meinong Public Ceramic Relief Mural was founded by Dr. Chu Pang-hsiung. It is located in the foothills of Ling Mountain, next to Meinong’s Kaiji Land Deity. Dr. Chu returned to Meinong in 1987 and began to promote the pottery industry, giving birth to the term "Ceramic Relief Public Mural.” Dr. Chu's works range from large pottery to smaller wall ceramic decoration items, which are suitable for home furnishings. The Meinong Ceramic Relief Public Mural is an open art space, providing domestic and international visitors an opportunity to personally experience the creation process and hold discussions on art appreciation. 

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