A vase that hides censored text on a traditional, blue, and white porcelain vase. This decorative style actually originates from Iraq, where craftsmen in Basra during the Abbasid caliphate (750 CE) sought to imitate imported Chinese porcelain and added their own decorations and patterns, in a form of early shanzhai. These Iraqi shanzhai pieces were then imported back to China, where Chinese craftsmen in the Tang Dynasty (907 CE) transformed this into an "iconically Chinese" type of ceramics.
On one side is the text "Let's go Hong Kong", which is a phrase that is now censored but shows support for the current 2019 Hong Kong protests. On the other side is the joke »The bun is leaking its filling,« which is a netizen joke about Xi Jinping changing the Chinese constitution to abolish term limits.