The Hakka people are rustic in their personality with unique lifestyles and attitudes as seen in everyday life from food, clothing, buildings and transport. Soft clay is used as materials to express the Hakka people’s rustic, happy-go-lucky character, via techniques like pressing, kneading, pasting and patching. Bright colors are also in use to express details in works that represent the Hakka life wisdom. Animated facial expression and rich color coordination all add to the greatness of the works. The LiYang Studio uses Modena clay for creation and makes each piece of delicate work by hand, blending Hakka cultural elements, life and folk customs into the creation via kneading and shaping techniques. The works are both original and ingenuously decorated for heightened animated playfulness. The “Hakka Figurine (Missy)” is created with shaping techniques and themed on life-like characters with fine details. The work comes with an original and distinct style.