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Chinese Calligraphy--Culture that Speaks Through Art
President Nixon once said, "The Chinese use two brush strokes to write the word 'crisis'. One brush stroke stands for 'danger', the other for 'opportunity'. In a crisis, be aware of the danger, but recognize the opportunity."
People from all around the world have very much been taken with Chinese characters and its art:
The history of Chinese calligraphy spans thousands and thousands of years, starting with the ancient oracle-bone engravings, engravings of jade (Bronze Script), The Seal Script The Cursive Hand,The Running Script, The most used font in the modern world, The Standard Script.
Are you one of the "all-Chinese-stuff" enthusiasts too? Guess you've found the right place...
TiffanyDiocesan Girls' School, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
ElaineDiocesan Girls' School, Kowloon, Hong Kong
JuliaSouthridge, Surrey, Canada
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Winnie ChanNo organization, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Jessie MaUniversity of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
Social Sciences & Culture > Languages & Language Arts > Chinese
Arts & Entertainment > Painting, Drawing & Sculpting