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

Shirley's 17th Chinese Running Regular Calligraphy: Fu Xin Yue -- A New Moon

 

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 is my 17th Chinese calligraphy practice of Chinese classical poems. I wrote it on my new painting. You can learn its meaning, to listen to my created music and my singing via the links. I do hope it will be a little bit help to you to learn Chinese culture.

Most of Chinese calligraphy works are written from right to left, from up to down. It is different from the modern printing way on the current books. So, you have to pay more attention to this point when you read a former Chinese calligraphy.


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

--Shirley
Sun, July, 1, 2007