The art of writing
My attempting to express the beauty of the Chinese characters.
Chinese character are no longer words but mountains and river, nature elements and animals.
This animation was firstly animated for personal interest. Monthly later it has went to many festivals and leads to being request for other 6 Chinese character in 2008 to be exhibited along with The art of Writing.


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Recorded at Liu Xiaodong’s studio, Beijing, 9 July 2009

Produced by Asia Art Archive as part of Materials of the Future: Documenting Contemporary Chinese Art from 1980-1990

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WOW amazing what this Chinese guy can make out of some spun sugar. Who dares to eat it afterwards …

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putting ornamental things aside what are the 3 most useful things from chinese martial arts for street fights (real fights)?

for example you might say: stretching, kicks, blocking.

i not sure i follow.
# things would be striking, grappling, and running from danger.
All kung fu is very useful the ones you see in the movies and on tv is similar to wushu and it is designed to look fancy and flashy. Being flashy kills.


Wen Fu Liang is the first artist in China to specialise in the field of egg carving. The news programme shows how he crafts his exquisite and delicate designs, ranging from famous Chinese landmarks such as the Terracotta Warriors and Big Goose Pagoda to auspicious Chinese symbols and animals.

In May 2011 Fu Liang was awarded the highest award in Chinese Arts and crafts, the “Hundred Flowers Award”, and his works were selected to represent ShaanXi Province in the China pavilion at the 2010 Shanghai Expo as well as the 2010 Xi’an International Horticultural Expo. He is a member of the China Arts and Crafts Association and the Chinese Folk Literature and Art Association.

To delicately carve such detailed and minuscule designs takes a lot of patience, a steady hand and attention to detail. Only 70% of eggs are successfully carved from start to finish – it only takes the slightest touch to accidentally crack the eggshell and tens of hours of carving will have been in vain. Fu Liang selects his eggs carefully from local farmers using only the best quality duck, goose and hen eggs. He then begins a laborious and time consuming process of removing the contents of the egg by drilling a tiny hole at the bottom of the egg, disinfecting the shell, developing designs for the shell’s surface and then finally can he begin the art of carving. It takes approximately three entire days to carve the egg and Fu Liang has developed his own techniques and tools to master the craft. The carvings are displayed with colourful LED lights shining from the inside which emphasises the extraordinary detail and workmanship of the piece.

For more information including sales and tailored designs, please send me a message via youtube. Thanks for your

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like the question if i know something specially like the chinese martial art, i have the martial art teacher licence.and i win the two champion before.Is that will help me go to college or help me get any scholarship?

Your Chinese martial arts probably won’t help you with any scholarships because a lot of them are based on academics, but it will definitely set your college application apart from the others. However, colleges weigh your academics (GPA, SAT score, how many AP courses you took, AP test scores, etc) much more heavily than extracurricular activities. A unique and impressive extracurricular activity is great, but it won’t be enough to get you into college. That does give you an interesting topic to write your college application essay about though.

Good luck!


Recorded at Zhang Xiaogang’s Studio, Beijing, 9 July 2009

Produced by Asia Art Archive as part of Materials of the Future: Documenting Contemporary Chinese Art from 1980-1990

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The History of Chinese Contemporary Art

On March 9, 2013, in Chinese Art, by admin

Chinese Art, before and after Tiananmen.

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My female chinese painted quail has not laid for over a week she has 1 pied male with her and they are fine happy with lots of space and a strict 18 hours of light a day I feed her on a 18% protein layers mash and fresh veg every day! She was laying everyday when I got her 10 days ago for 3 days but nothing ever since I was wondering if there is anything else I can do to encourage her? She does have a enclosed nest but she never goes inside there she was laying behind there before! Thanks for the help!

Chinese Painted Quail are seasonal layers, the do not lay like chickens, it could be that she is on her resting period, which could last 3-4 weeks before she lays again.

Do you feed green food such as Broccoli, Kale, Meal worms , these can help toward her coming into lay again.

Quail breeder of many species.

Theft by Chopsticks :

This chopstick thief from China innovate the stealing art through chopstick.

Dear Chinese guys, be-aware of this chopstick thief .

For more FUNNY, AMAZING, and NAUGHTY video go to

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