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Jay in Shanghai 🇨🇳 Oct 4
My Son’s Chinese Painting, he’s 5 years old what do you think? I will post the Tesla Poster he did the other day.
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Tsinghua University Nov 4
students and teachers drew a 25 meters of former masters in 100 years of school history. They named it “I love my teacher” to pay tribute to their educational spirits and academic achievements.
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Manchester Confucius Institute Apr 29
Join us for our session TOMORROW at 6pm! Suitable for everyone, whether you'd like to learn a new skill or are more experienced but appreciate some guidance. The topic will be fruit and vegetables and you can register here ⬇️
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Tiffany M. Wang Jan 23
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永青文庫 Oct 16
Autumn Exhibition 2019 Chinese Paintings of the Edo Period in the Hosokawa Family Collection Period: October 19-December 8 Eisei Bunko Museum
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Tiffany M. Wang Jan 31
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Shanghai Museum 14 Dec 18
Can you hear the birds sing? Finches and bamboo by Emperor Huizong of Song is on loan from for our exhibition. You will find works that have influenced Dong in the first part of the exhibition.
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ChineseABC Feb 6
May the new year bring you luck and fortune! 🧧
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Shanghai Museum 12 Dec 18
Replying to @ShanghaiMuseum
Poster of "The Ferryman of Ink World: ’s Calligraphy and Painting Art" where this album leaf from “Eight Views of Yan and Wu Areas” (collection of ) is featured. It is an after-snow scene in western hills (Xishan) of Beijing.
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Tiffany M. Wang Jan 28
Plum Blossoms and Bird, by ZHOU Zhi-mian of Ming Dynasty
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island6 (Liu Dao) 11 Dec 18
Every time I take a flight, it has to be a window seat. Maybe it's the inner child, maybe the desire to see everything.
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Lita Xú Líng Kelley Sep 20
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Gabrielle Wang 王兴霜 Mar 26
Part of a painting from the mid 80’s when I was studying in Nanjing & Hangzhou, China. I loved my 2 years there. It was simple & the pace was slow. I learned the fundamentals of painting from some wonderful teachers and from there my own style developed.
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Jo Eden Sep 8
I dug out some Chinese brushes I found at a boot fair and did some other experiments with ink trying different marks and tones.
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Art&CraftCollective May 21
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100copies Bike Art Dec 6
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Hua Zang Si 華藏寺 6 Dec 18
H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III Cultural and Art Museum Receives the Honorable 5-star Top Rating from YELP Link:
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Pongsatorn Puangsombat Apr 27
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🕸️Digital Dailies🕸️ Feb 26
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Melanie Cheung Mar 3
Really enjoyed yesterday’s Chinese landscape art class, it was good fun (painting the four seasons) Thanks to Dr Chun Chao Chiu! 🌷☀️🌻🍁🍂🌨❄️
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