Chinese calligraphy is engulfed with meanings

Perfection does not always have to be translated into perfect lines; in calligraphy, let the brush to the talking to get to the final wish of good fortune, health or a blessing.
Flowing lines appear as soon as the artists sets his mind to the paper, inked his brush just to give it that calligraphy feeling and moves with gentle strokes across his white-ish canvas. Beijing’s Panjiayuan Antique Market is one of the finer spots to see masters at work and admire their work from up and close.
Always check that there is a red stamp on it – a sign that you’ve bought something originally Chinese.

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