What has China’s transition to a market economy meant for porcelain workers in Jingdezhen, a center of ceramic production for over 500 years? As China has changed from an economic system with worker benefits and protections, to the current system where each worker must fend for him or herself, ceramists must redefine their lives. With captivating footage of porcelain production and the neighborhoods of Jingdezhen, anthropologist and filmmaker Maris Gillette chronicles the experiences of porcelain producers as they make the transition from state workers to private entrepreneurs.