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Zhou Yang from Shengzhou, Zhejiang, China, is an international researcher at the China Woodcarving Museum. Shengzhou is rich in traditional culture and handicrafts, and is known as the "Hometown of Root Carving,” "Hometown of Tea,” and "Hometown of the Traditional Chinese Opera.” The creation is called "The Road of Tang Poetry,” which implies the importance of communications towards the ancient Chinese people; communication leads to progress, and progress makes a better life.
The creation was made of a chunk of wood that was sunk at the bottom of a river for centuries, and through hands of the artist, this piece of waste wood became something meaningful. This is the environmental protection concept that we advocate; to minimize the cause of any damage to the nature and live with it harmonically, while we carve, we plant trees at the same time in order to sustain a low-carbon future.
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