The stone carvings of the Hui'an area of Fujian Province have a history of over 1,600 years. Over the centuries, they have developed into over 250 varieties in six categories.
Hui'an stone masons created such treasures as the East and West pagodas in Quanzhou, the peristyles of the Dragon Hill Temple in Taipei, the stone lion at the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum in Nanjing, the statue of Zheng Chenggong on Drumming Wave Islet in Xiamen, and the peristyles of the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. The stone carvings by Hui'an have a ready market at home and abroad.
They are well received in Japan, and the countries in southeast Asia, Europe and America.
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