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D291S35TOF
D291S35TOF

$93.33

E69-C10B
E69-C10B

$20.48

N3029ZC280
N3029ZC280

$410.67

BSM300GB60DLC
BSM300GB60DLC

$89.22

SSiK4440
SSiK4440

$40.13

E32-D12R
E32-D12R

$62.71

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Yaspro 2016 gift for customers

 

Simon Sucks

 

“Simon Sucks”

“Simon Sucks” another name is "Big head son and small head father", it is a carton includes many small and interesting story, suitable for children to watch cartoons. Animated character big head son, small head father and mother apron composed of an ordinary family of three, they are China typical epitome of modern family education. This is a common and ordinary families, big son began to grow up happy.

 

Blue And White Porcelain Suit

Blue And White Porcelain Suit 

This suit include one pen, one name card case and key chain. The big character of this gift is they are made by Chinese famous Blue and white porcelain Blue and white porcelain designate white pottery and porcelain decorated under the glaze with a blue pigment, generally cobalt oxide. The decoration is commonly applied by hand, by stencilling or by transfer-printing, though other methods of application have also been used.

 

fan

 

Silk Fan

Fans began to be used in China thousands of years ago. They were made out of many different materials. During the Han and Tang Dynasties, due to progress in agriculture, silk and satin fans appeared, and they became a fashion among scholars and artists who showed their genius by writing and painting on the fans. Fans soon acquired considerable social significance. They became a part of the standard summer costume among the learned. A great variety of fans have been produced in China and they still enjoy great reputation today.

 

Paper Cutting

Paper Cutting 

Paper Cutting has been practiced in China since at least the 6th century A.D. Paper Cutting has a number of distinct uses in Chinese culture, almost all of which are for health, prosperity or decorative purposes. Red is the most commonly used color. Paper Cuttings often have a heavy emphasis on Chinese characters symbolizing the Chinese zodiac animals.

Although paper cutting is popular around the globe, only the Chinese paper cut was listed in the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage Lists, which was in 2009.  The Chinese paper-cutting was recognized and listed because it has a history of more than 1500 years and it represents cultural values of the people throughout China.

Modern paper cutting has developed into a commercial industry. Papercutting remains popular in contemporary China, especially during special events like the Chinese New Year or weddings.


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