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Chinese Calligraphy
Chinese Calligraphy is an ancient art of writing, whose evolution styles vary from inscriptions on bones or tortoise shells of the Shang Dynasty, inscriptions on drum-shaped stone blocks of the Warring States Period, and Bronzeware Script to Large Seal Script, Small Seal Script and Clerical Script and finalized in the Eastern Han, Wei and Jin Dynasty with its grass script, regular script and running script. Calligraphy is a Chinese native art, one of China’s four arts, Qin, Qi, Shu and Hua. In 2009, it was included in the Representative List of Intangible Heritage of Humanity.
Chinese Calligraphy

Chinese calligraphy has a long history and lasts about 1000 years. It can be considered as a unique artistic form of the treasury of Chinese culture. It is the representative of Chinese art and is reputed as the most ancient artistic form in the history of oriental world. Calligraphy has exerted wide influence world widely and has even been introduced to many neighboring countries. Picasso, the world famous master of art, once expressed that "If I once lived in China, I must had become a calligrapher rather than a painter".

Chinese Calligraphy

This course offers traditional Chinese calligraphy skills and relevant knowledge. The objectives of the course mainly include: on the basis of teaching elementary traditional Chinese calligraphy skills, make students master the ability of writing creation; make students understand the techniques of calligraphy writing; cultivate their interest in Chinese traditional culture; deepen their interest and discussion in Chinese calligraphy.

UCA aims to create record in Chinese calligraphy

The association hopes to recreate the Malaysia Book of Record in the Largest Chinese Calligraphy Event and the Guinness World Record in the Largest Calligraphy Lesson which will be held at UniCity (Jalan Wawasan) here.

Knowledge Graph

1 Why did the censors miss the name plot in the first place? Perhaps because the names were written in seal script, an archaic form of Chinese calligraphy that looks quite different from today’s characters.

2 Although the names are written in Xiaozhuan, a style of Chinese calligraphy, alert viewers noted that the list had some familiar names including Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, Hu Jintao, Wen Jiabao, Jia Qinglin, and Li Changchun.

3 The event offered a Chinese calligraphy demonstration by Yvonne Kwok, Chinese music by Andy Lin playing the Erhu, and Dim Sum from the Oriental Garden restaurant.