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The Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware will present a new  
exhibition from tomorrow, showcasing works by renowned teapot makers  
of the Ming and Qing dynasties and the 20th century as well as the art of  
zisha pottery.
The exhibits are from the collection of Lo Kwee -seong who began  
collecting tea ware in the 1950s. He donated his collection to the former  
Urban Council of Hong Kong in 1981, prompting the founding of the  
Flagstaff House Museum of Tea Ware.
Highlight exhibits include a pear-shaped export teapo t from the  
Qing dynasty as well as a globular teapot with a rounded shoulder, a teapot  
with a dragon handle and three legs and a mango-shaped coloured clay  
teapot from the 20th century.
A demonstration video of how to make a zisha teapot by l ocal  
ceramic artist Wong May-lee and an education corner featuring the setting  
of a literati member's study have been set up inside galleries.

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