Culture文化 || “舞文弄墨” ——国际学院留学生中国书法课掠影



News || "Playing With Chinese Ink"——Chinese calligraphy classes for JCIIS international students


"Lan Ting Xu " (Preface of the Orchid Pavilion) by Wang Xizhi.





Chinese calligraphy comes from China, and it is one of the basic elements of Chinese culture. This semester, JCIIS has opened Chinese calligraphy classes for international students, so that they can learn Chinese character culture in practice and experience Chinese traditional culture through Chinese characters.


Professor Guo Li gives calligraphy lessons to international students


What is Chinese calligraphy? Calligraphy is an abstract symbolic art with four-dimensional features based on Chinese characters and written with a brush. It embodies the basic law of "unity of opposites" of all things and reflects the spirit, temperament, knowledge and internal cultivation of people as the subject.


the “scholar's four jewels” (writing brush, ink stick, paper and ink slab)



Some of the international students have studied Chinese for 2 or 3 years. Their spoken and written Chinese are very good, but writing with brush is a new experience for them. "I think it's interesting. I'll keep learning." Said Nastasia, a girl from Russia. This is her third year here, and she still curious about the richness and exquisiteness of the Chinese culture.


Nastasia is writing with brush

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