During the New Year we had a chance to stop off at a paper factory/museum/tourist spot. I’ve attended paper making classes before but it was interesting to see the large sheets of paper being created. We were lucky enough to get a tour of the facilities, but unfortunately for me it was all in Chinese.

The pulp making machine
pulp machine

Making the sheets of paper
making paper

Drying them (careful that table’s hot!)
paper drying

The press:
press

Some samples of the final result:
paper samples

And of course, Jaylene made a little paper project. I hope to have a post on that at a later time. Here she is signing her name using Chinese brush Caligraphy.
Jaylene writing caligraphy on her paper project

I’d like to go back and spend a full day there in the future.