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Making of Qingshaqi listed in Hebei's intangible cultural heritage

Craftsman Wang Qijie checks the Qingsha pots at a workshop in Baihedong village of Yuxian county, North China's Hebei province, Jan 13, 2017. Qingshaqi, or green clay utensils, are traditional handicraft products with more than 300 years' history. The utensils are made of Gantu, a kind of local soil, and have been used for cooking and boiling. The making of the Qingshaqi has become a provincial intangible cultural heritage. [Photo/Xinhua]

Craftsmen take Qingsha pots out at a workshop in Baihedong village of Yuxian county, North China's Hebei province, Jan 13, 2017. Qingshaqi, or green clay utensils, are traditional handicraft products with more than 300 years' history. The utensils are made of Gantu, a kind of local soil, and have been used for cooking and boiling. The making of the Qingshaqi has become a provincial intangible cultural heritage. [Photo/Xinhua]

Craftsman Wang Qijie makes the Qingsha pots at a workshop in Baihedong village of Yuxian county, North China's Hebei province, Jan 13, 2017. Qingshaqi, or green clay utensils, are traditional handicraft products with more than 300 years' history. The utensils are made of Gantu, a kind of local soil, and have been used for cooking and boiling. The making of the Qingshaqi has become a provincial intangible cultural heritage. [Photo/Xinhua]

Craftsman Wang Qijie covers the Qingsha pots in fire to cool them down at a workshop in Baihedong village of Yuxian county, North China's Hebei province, Jan 13, 2017. Qingshaqi, or green clay utensils, are traditional handicraft products with more than 300 years' history. The utensils are made of Gantu, a kind of local soil, and have been used for cooking and boiling. The making of the Qingshaqi has become a provincial intangible cultural heritage. [Photo/Xinhua]

Craftsman Wang Qijie prepares to take out the Qingsha pots at a workshop in Baihedong village of Yuxian county, North China's Hebei province, Jan 13, 2017. Qingshaqi, or green clay utensils, are traditional handicraft products with more than 300 years' history. The utensils are made of Gantu, a kind of local soil, and have been used for cooking and boiling. The making of the Qingshaqi has become a provincial intangible cultural heritage. [Photo/Xinhua]

Craftsman Wang Qijie makes the Qingsha pots at a workshop in Baihedong village of Yuxian county, North China's Hebei province, Jan 13, 2017. Qingshaqi, or green clay utensils, are traditional handicraft products with more than 300 years' history. The utensils are made of Gantu, a kind of local soil, and have been used for cooking and boiling. The making of the Qingshaqi has become a provincial intangible cultural heritage. [Photo/Xinhua]

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