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a proud mother, Yu Xianglian shows visitors her favorite
clay figurines, "Happy Duo," at her newly
opened studio in Sanya, south China's Hainan Province.
Her eyes glittering with excitement, the 64-year-old
held the two lovely, plump figurines -- a boy and a
girl -- in her arms as if holding her own children.
The handmade figurines are considered symbols of happiness
Yu, a master of clay figurines from Wuxi, east China's
Jiangsu Province, was invited to establish a studio
at the Nanshan Cultural Resort in Sanya in late October,
to help keep the traditional folk art alive.
In addition to the well-known work "Happy Duo,"
the exhibits in Yu's studio are mostly characters from
folk tales and Chinese traditional operas like Peking
Opera and Kunqu Opera.
These figurines have exaggerated postures and vivid
expressions, making them a delight to look at. (from