Dehua County in central Fujian Province in southeast China is known as one of the Three Ceramics Capitals in China, together with Jingdezhen in Jiangxi Province and Liling in Hunan Province
Dehua ceramics dates back to the Song Dynasty (960-1279). Solid and smooth, Dehua ceremics is resistant to both heat and cold. One type of "Jianbai" porcelain in particular has a sparkle and luster even more stunning than white jade. Its ivory-white color and superb workmanship make it a favorite of art lovers.
Apart from its ceramics, Dehua is also renowned for its natural beauty. For its natural landscape, you can walk along its beautiful streams, watch birds as well as appreciate the beauty of mountains. Dehua has 77.3% of its area covered by dense forest.