Speaking of Chinese ceramics, many people may think of Jingdezhen first, but when it comes to China's porcelain capital, in addition to Jingdezhen, China has also named six porcelain capitals. Chaozhou is one of them. One. As early as 6,000 years ago, Chaozhou ancestors flourished on this land, and Chaozhou began to produce ceramics in large quantities during the Tang Dynasty. In the Song Dynasty, it became the porcelain capital of Guangdong.