“Twill-patterned vase” by Lee Rong-Lie . This piece also starts with chrysanthemum-style woven base, setting a circular frame with bamboo strips before twisting wicker peel into the supporting foothold and completing the body. Ornamental bamboo strips are inserted into the top and bottom segments; the middle section consists of wicker wound into hexagonal shape, and the piece is completed with two circular ear ornaments by rope-style coiling. Lastly the piece is dyed twice by using reddish brown and black basic dyes, polished with fine sand paper, which will be varnished later. Creator Lee Rong-Lie won the prestigious “Folk Art Award” from the Ministry of Education in 1994, for promoting bamboo artistry. This piece exhibits multiple weaving techniques showcasing excellent skills and innovative ideals.