In the society's 24th William Willetts Lecture, Professor Peter Lee introduces the popular-amongst-overseas Chinese blue & white ceramics known as Kitchen Ch'ing, with reference to a HK New Territories' site located in Tai Po, and similar items found in SEA shipwrecks.
SEACS members and their guests attended this long-awaited talk by ceramics expert Peter Lam on 'Kitchen Ch'ing porcelain made in Hong Kong'. Professor Lam introduced the 'Kitchen Ch'ing' blue and white kiln site in Tai Po, New Territories, Hong Kong focusing on its dating, type-forms and context comparing it to similar items found from SEA shipwrecks and sites that were familiar to many SEACS members, and providing references for newcomers to the topic of 'Kitchen Ch'ing' ceramics.
Insights into the restoration of the Yueh Hai Ching Temple (a.k.a. Wak Hai Cheng Bio) on Philip Street in Singapore presented by Professor Yeo Kang Shua to SEACS members and their guests on 14 January 2022.
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SEACS 45th AGM and WW Lecture 2014 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE 45 [...]