A Chinese Calligraphy Class for Confucius Institute Scholarship Students

Communication University of China opened the Chinese calligraphy course for the Confucius Institute scholarship students, which aiming to strengthen the education of Chinese culture. Li Junming, the teacher who has a rich experience in calligraphy teaching the students improve rapidly after a semester of study. 

The calligraphy class ended on June 17, and the students already deeply  fallen in love with Chinese calligraphy. they have made profound friendship with Mr. Li and hope to continue to learn with him in the future.

The final work is called “妙笔生花”, Which is a Chinese idiom appreciating someone’s writing talent.when students from all over the world are proud to write out these words, we feel that art without borders, Chinese calligraphy is the valuable wealth Of the human beings.

The calligraphy class ended on June 17. In the last class, Mr. Li taught students to write 4 Chinese characters, 妙笔生花,which is a Chinese idiom appreciating someone’s writing talent. After a semester of study, these overseas students have already deeply fallen in love with Chinese calligraphy. They also have made profound friendship with Mr. Li, and hope to learn with him in the future.


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