National Taiwan Museum of History-Aiki Shengshi Group

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National Taiwan Museum of History-Aiki Shengshi Group

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The Shengshi group used the "Guting Dian" shape combined with the craftsmanship of the Shuili Snake Kiln in Nantou, Taiwan, and transformed it into the word "He" to symbolize reunion and harmony. With this quaint food container, it tells a passage of Taiwan’s early rural culture and wisdom of life, and also adds a touch of human touch to the dining room. "Making the Barn" painted by the Golden Fields of the National Museum of History and History of Taiwan, depicts the construction of the "Guting Dan" in the shape of a bowl by a farmer as a granary. In the busy hours of harvesting rice with human power in the early years, the farmers would prepare simple dishes to comfort the rice men and their relatives and friends. The scene of holding a big bowl of man enjoying "cut rice rice" (kuah-tiū-á-pn ̄g) at the edge of the field, showing the beautiful spirit of mutual assistance and cooperation in the countryside!

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Pottery
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The Shengshi Group used the "Guting Dian" painted by the Golden Fields of the National Museum of History and History of Taiwan, combined with the craftsmanship of the Shuili Shuili Snake Kiln in Nantou, Taiwan, and transformed it into the word "He" to symbolize reunion and harmony.

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