Yuanyang is a beverage invented in Hong Kong, mixed with half coffee and half black tea with milk. This typical Hong Kong style beverage, blending the cultural essence of the East and the West, is also an apt symbol of the identity of Hong Kong, unique yet diversified, traditional yet modernistic. The exhibition features over one hundred items of coffee and tea vessels as well as ceramic sculputres produced by forty-six noted Hong Kong artists for the theme Yuanyang. With preface by Christina Chu and artist biographies.

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Onsite

Location code EX.HGK.YEC
Language

Chinese - Traditional, 

English

Publication/Creation date

2003

ISBN / ISSN

9622151841

No of copies

2

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
Chatting about the development of Hong Kong Ceramics

- LI Weihan Rosanna, 李慧嫻

Yuanyang: An Exhibition on Coffee & Tea Vessels
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Yuanyang: An Exhibition on Coffee & Tea Vessels, 鴛鸯: 咖啡與茶具展