Introduction
Running Regular Script
  Regular Script
  Official Script
  Running Hand
  Seal Character
 

Shirley Written Chinese Calligraphy -- Running Regular 014: Yi Jia Bie Hu Shang Ting -- Leaving for New Home and Say "Bye" to the Pavilion Over the Lake

 

Learning the Meaning of the Poem
Following Shirley to Read the Poem in Chinese
Listen to Shirley to singing the Poem
Shirley Created Picture for the poem
Shirley Written Chinese Calligraphy for the Poem~~~


This Feb, when I just started the column of Chinese calligraphy, I did not think of clear how I should work on it.

But, now, after working on it for about 4 months, this week, I suddenly felt that maybe I have found the way to work it. I will write Chinese classical poems, then, to compbine it with my Chinese classical peom column, music creating together. Make my calligraphy, music creating, singing and music playing and poem comments together, to create my own style to intorduce a Chinese classical peom and Chinese culture...

Anyway, I am learning everything and I am exploring and studying to find a best way to work for you and all of the friends who are interested in China and Chinese culture...

So, you can see the picture that I have created for this poem and the calligraphy on the picture below, also, you can read the meaning of the poem and the music that I created for it via the links over.


If you have any questions, comments or suggestions, please write to shirleyz004@yahoo.com or shirley@ebridge.cn . You are welcomed to leave your message on Message Board.

--Shirley
Sun, Jun, 10, 2007