How Chinese calligraphy was adopted in California

A calligraphy museum in San Francisco is getting the same attention as a museum of ancient Chinese calligra­graphy in Taiwan.The calligraphical arts are being embraced by San Francisco in the wake of the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882.The museum’s director, Karen Leshy, said her aim is to share the history of calligraphics and calligral­ism with […]

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Calligraphy is now more important than ever

The ancient Chinese calligraphy has been passed down from generation to generation, and it has always been used in different contexts.But the word for the art form is now being used by an entirely different audience in modern times.It was a time when calligraphies were considered less than art and more like decorative embellishments, with […]

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