Ching-Ming brings his rich experience in painting and sculpting to the making of ceramics. This store of experience informs his unique style in which he brings the art of painting to everyday utensils such as tableware and pots. His pottery is for practical use, although its stylishness means his objects are not necessarily for use alongside more commonly used utensils.
Ching-Ming excels in importing the textures of painting into pottery. His works' multihued surfaces are brought about by successive layering of slip and glazes. Moreover, if a surface glaze is either overly shiny or too hazy, he experiments repeatedly in order to achieve a look and touch of greater balance and solidity.