It was an interesting day starting with a visit to a huge cultural heritage gallery belonging to the Bao family. Mr. Bao has been collecting artifacts and antiques for a long time. His love for history and culture can be seen in this gallery.
Mr. Bao relating an important point.
An old "ching" or daching which was a common Chinese weighing scale.
A long lacquered bamboo pillow. Lacquer ware is one of the three important industries of Fuzhou .
Mr. Bao points out that this costume has huge sleeves to help nursing mothers to discreetly feed their babies "inside the sleeve".
A small hall is dedicated to photographs of famous actors and actresses of the past. Steve Ling is impressed.
A piece of Sarawak woven scarf for Mr. Bao from the Foochow Cultural Gallery Director Mr. Tiong.
Mr. Huong and others enjoy a light moment over good Fuzhou tea served by Mr. Bao's daughter.
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