Perching on the slope of Tai Mo Shan, Chuen Lung village is a popular spot for ramblers and tourists to have dim sum and drink tea. Ray Chan, a ceramic artist, has discovered that the soil there is particularly suitable for moulding and figured out a formula for making tea cups with local clay.
Spend a nice day with us in this lovely village. Chit-chat with villagers. Try your hand at making Chuen Lung cup and have a real taste of Chuen Lung!
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陳思光 Ray Chan
Ray is a graduate of the University of Cambridge and Hong Kong Art School. The ceramic artist regards himself as a “clay experimentalist” who enjoys exploring the characteristics of clay from various perspectives. His eclectic works are imbued with historical, cultural and everyday elements; he is keen to challenge the status quo of ceramic art through unconventional methods.
He is one of the participating artists in Hi! Hill, organised by Art Promotion Office and curated by MaD. The making of Chuen Lung cups is his creative response to the village during his sojourn there.
Photographs courtesy of Ray Chan