Tsai Ching Ceramics, Kaohsiung

基本資訊

地點: No.1-38, Songbu Rd., Niaosong Dist., Kaohsiung City
拍攝日期: 2013-04-18
GPS定位: 22.663697,120.367952

如何前往

Driving route: Take National Highway No.10 and get off at Renwu Interchange (No.6)→ Turn left to Fengren Road→Turn left to Dongshan Road→Turn right to Shuiguan Road

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景點介紹

Tsai Ching Ceramics, Kaohsiung, rich in hospitality, temperature, warmth and tenderness of the southern island. The utensil produced by Tsai Ching Ceramics holds the land and the warm hospitality grown on the land. Its low-profile expression delivers how people of Taiwan treasure the land and properties as well as show the considerate and tender respect for God and care for the people. It transmits the warmth of sincerity from the land.
20 years ago, Mr. Lin Yi-long, who used to work for early childhood education, started the business because of an incident that the ceramic supplier couldn't cooperate with the firing process. At that time, the kindergarten would start within several days; if the pottery class was suspended, there would be big trouble. To keep his words, he determined to do the firing independently even though he didn't have any idea about the firing techniques. He was inspired to explore the field of ceramic art. Mr. Lin has upheld his strong determination and put full strength to carry on and promote the heritage of ceramic art.
Mr. Lin has led a team to start studying and doing experiments of each firing process, from earth selection to mixing the natural ore powder for creating the glaze colors. All artworks were created with his unique invention of "multi-layered refined clay" and by following traditional handcrafting procedures, the exclusively refined natural ore powder was mixed in the creation of a hundred kinds of glaze colors. The firing process lasts 6 days at 1,250 degrees Celsius for finishing the artworks with natural non-toxic materials, glossy and beautiful colors, smooth and mild jade-like texture. It's an outstanding technique that creates amazingly lovely colors for the island of Formosa.
"Far-Infrared Ceramic" is the most iconic product of the Tsai Ching Ceramics, Kaohsiung. It's different from other techniques that apply a layer of far-infrared coating to the surface of the object. Tsai Ching Ceramics, Kaohsiung uses its unique and revolutionary "multi-layer handcrafting refining technique" to mix the natural ore material over a long time before finishing the product in the high temperature at 1,250 degrees Celsius.
The far-infrared ray at the room temperature can resonate with water or the skin over the human body. It helps refine the water molecules and features heating, boosting blood circulation and activating cells. The national testing department has certified that the far-infrared ray is beneficial to health. Also, the Atomic Energy Council has certified radiation safety, the products are safety ceramic household items.
To take care of consumer's health, the pottery produced by Tsai Ching Ceramics, Kaohsiung has passed food container hygiene and safety inspection by SGS, FDA (USA), and Japan (Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare). All products are completely free of lead or chromium heavy metals to meet the requirements of the high-standard set by each country. It's safe to use the products, and the product value is highlighted by the aesthetics of handcraft and the practical functions!

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交通資訊

Tsai Ching Ceramics, Kaohsiung

基本資訊

地點: No.1-38, Songbu Rd., Niaosong Dist., Kaohsiung City
拍攝日期: 2013-04-18
GPS定位: 22.663697,120.367952

如何前往

Driving route: Take National Highway No.10 and get off at Renwu Interchange (No.6)→ Turn left to Fengren Road→Turn left to Dongshan Road→Turn right to Shuiguan Road

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