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Q: Is there a pottery/ceramics studio or school in Qingdao near Fushan district?

Does anyone know where I can find pottery wheel classes in Qingdao? Preferably near the Fushan district? I have spent hours searching and all I can find is an Art center at the Qingdao Technical university, but that is 2-3 hours away from me by bus. 

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The only places I've heard about such activities have been at the "old folks university". Have to be 55 years of age to join. Not sure if old folks universities exist throughout the country, but a suggestion could be to look up you local OFU, find a class there and ask if they know of any such classes for young people. 

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