Porcelain was first made in China, in the 9th century AD during the Tang Dynasty (618 to 906 AD). Although some experts believe the first true porcelain was made in the province of Zhejiang during the Eastern Han period (100 to 200 AD). Chinese experts emphasize the presence of a significant proportion of porcelain-building minerals (china clay, porcelain stone or a combination of both) as an important factor in defining porcelain.
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