All these granite figure statues of little Chinese monks were hand carved at our stone carving factory in southeast China’s Fujian province across from Taiwan. If you happen to stay around and like a personal look at how we made it feel free to write to Evan at email@example.com or Skype ID: iStoneCarving.
My entry of “Hui’an Stone Carving”for Baidu Baike Encyclopedia has passed the censorship. #惠安石雕 百度百科
You won’t hear Haibo’s name for 1st time if you are a frequent reader of this blog or my facebook or twitter. Haibo’s father and my father are very good friends so I have known him since he was a little kid. He loves music and arts and began his career as a stone carver when he finished his junior high school, and since has spent most of his time in Southeast China’s Yunnan Province in a village between beautiful Lijiang and Dali.
The above granite carved bowl is a recent work of his.
Click on this link on Youtube to watch it on video.
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Contact: Evan Chang
Company Name: ARCHI STONE
Address: Chongwu Qian-an Industrial Zone, Jianming Stone Park
Hui'an county, Quanzhou city, Fujian province 362131 China
Take some pictures of our southeast China-based stone carving factory in this summer, hoping you will like it, and you are very welcome to pay it a personal visit whenever you are in Xiamen China Stone Fair, Nan’an Shuitou Stone Expo and any cities in mainland China.
Visit or for an enquiry feel free to contact Evan:
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China Xiamen International Buddhist Items & Crafts （Spring) Fair that opened this 21st ended today in east China’s coastal city Xiamen, 2 hours car drive from our architectural decoration stone carving factory in Hui’an, Quanzhou.
Two of my friends attended this year’s Buddhist Items & Crafts Fair. The stone Buddhist stautes and pagoda on the above two pictures are made by my friend Mohua’s factory in Chongwu, Hui’an.
And the following drums are produced by Minghua’s factory in Haicang, Xiamen.