Each piece is hand made and one piece only.
Tea drinking is very much part of our Asian culture and has also played a large part in Qi Pottery's journey - whether it is through conversations over tea with mentors or peers, or even having a few cups in between throwing tea wares.
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KIM WHYE KEE (b. 1979) spent a decade of his youth in prison. He picked up pottery in the last few months of his sentence. Whye Kee then went on to graduate with a BA Hons. degree in Fine Arts at LASALLE College of the Arts in 2013.
He is the co-founder of Beacon of Life (BoL) and Beacon of Life Academy (BoLA), an initiative working with ex-convicts and at-risk youths, respectively, in the community. He has also worked on separate community projects with the boys of the Singapore Boys Home and residents from Taman Jurong.