China has an extremely rich bamboo resource. There are about 400 species of bamboo in total, making it the most abundant and most productive country in the world. Chinese ancestors had long known that they used bamboo to make all kinds of life utensils and handicrafts. For thousands of years, bamboo has developed along with Chinese culture and has become an indispensable part of people's lives. People plant bamboo, eat bamboo, use bamboo, draw bamboo, and twist bamboo. The emotions of bamboo are handed down from generation to generation to form China's unique bamboo culture. In the processing of bamboo into life products and artwork, people have demonstrated remarkable wisdom. A pair of hands, a knife, and simple tools can be applied to various parts of the bamboo to sculpt all kinds of handicrafts that are lifelike and descriptive.
There are two main types of bamboo tools, one is bamboo carving, and the other is a relief sculpture carved out of a bamboo tube, bamboo piece, and bamboo root. Patterns and shapes.
The material used for bamboo carving is generally bamboo, because its bamboo section is thick, long and straight. When picking bamboo, the old bamboo without pests is the first choice. It must also be fumigated and dried before carving.
Bamboo weaving is another bamboo tea making method. It utilizes the characteristics of bamboo's solidity, elasticity, and toughness. It smashes bamboo into bamboo or bamboo pieces, and then uses silk to fasten the porcelain and porcelain tea utensils, interweaving weft and weft on it, and weaving cans in this way. , boxes, plates, vases and other rich colors, patterns of various bamboo, some elegant and fresh, some magnificent, both beautiful and practical