The body of Hong Kong’s last remaining dragon kiln, the Castle Peak Pottery Kiln, in Tuen Mun. Picture: Tsang Yat-ho

Last of its kind: kiln that made pots for post-war Hong Kong and the enthusiasts out to make it a living museum

Chamber pots, flower pots, soup pots – you name it, they were fired in the flames of a Tuen Mun dragon kiln, a type used in China since ancient times. The only one left in Hong Kong, ceramic artists are pushing for its preservation

Topic |   Old Hong Kong

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The body of Hong Kong’s last remaining dragon kiln, the Castle Peak Pottery Kiln, in Tuen Mun. Picture: Tsang Yat-ho
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