How did I start to write Chinese Calligraphy?

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After mastering the brush (filling in Chinese characters on practice books), Professor moved you to the 8 basic strokes.  After a couple of weeks of copying Chinese characters, first by tracing from the literature review of native american heroes client segmentation tools great gatsby essay ideas effexor xr withdrawal systems essay structure pros cons construction dissertation ideas uk here all about me essay writing mountain west apothecary micardis follow link sample english thesis proposal follow link le cialis ne me fait aucun effet five star viagra diversity in nursing essay get link coffee and synthroid interaction business process reengineering definition example essay follow short essay on summer vacation for kids follow site kamagra oral jelly effetti how to setup exchange email on iphone 8 8 Basic Character Book and later you begin copying to the 8 Chinese square paper.  When you were finished with the 8 Basic Character Book and Professor Young was satisfied with your writing, he would move you to the Chinese Character Construction Book.  This book would teach you how to construct various Chinese characters of different complexities. Throughout Professor Young’s classes, he demonstrated many times and on an individual basics.

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Once you learned the 8 Basic Character and Chinese Character Construction, Professor Young moved you to copying Chinese classics.  Everyone would start with the Printed style (Kai-Shu).  The teacher wanted you to be well rounded so he would teach two of the most famous Kai-Shu classics by the famous Chinese calligraphers: Yen Chen-Ching and Liu Kung-Chuan.  After Kai-Shu the students were moved to either Shing-Shu (Running or Cursive style) or Li-Shu (Official style) depending on the individual student.  Professor wanted me to be more disciplined and write more slowly so he taught me Li-shu first then later Running style.  The last style to learn was the Seal style (Chuan-shu).  Our class was made up of different levels of students from beginners to advanced.

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There are some variation of each style and also many calligraphers mixed styles such as Shing-Kai (mixture of Running style & Printed style) or Shing-Li (mixture of Running & Official style).

Below I have two examples of Kai-Shu written by  Yen Chen-Ching and Liu Kung-Chuan


A great reference book on Chinese Calligraphy below:

Below is the manual of Liu Kung-Chuan that I used to practice from.

Below is Li-Shu (Official style) – famous Li Chi Bei


Is there a correct way of writing Chinese?

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Yes, there is a correct way of writing Chinese characters.  In order to look up a Chinese character, you must know stroke order and the number of strokes in a particular Chinese character.  To give an example, let’s look at the Chinese character below that means:  everlasting or eternal.   It takes 5 strokes to write this character!

This character shows the correct order as well is the correct stroke order.  So the correct order is always top to bottom, and left to right.  This character also shows all the strokes of Chinese calligraphy.

There are a group of 214 Chinese characters called Radicals that are the building characters or root components.

You can not use a traditional Chinese dictionary without knowing the correct stroke order!

Here is a page below from one of my many Chinese books.

Using Practice Sheets (Beginning Calligraphy)

After learning how to hold the bush, you must then master the brush!  To master the brush I was taught to trace or fill in (or write over) the Chinese Characters in the practice book.  The practice books are inexpensive and made of very thin rice paper.  I was taught to try to fill as many books as possible watching your progress.  The teacher would look over your work and show you what to look for!  Normally the teacher has the class watch him as he demonstrates the technique. Below I will give you two samples of practice book.

This is from the practice book (red solid characters) that  I  first used.

Professor Young preferred the red solid character practice book.


Chinese Calligraphy is one of the basics of Chinese culture. Chinese Calligraphy and Chinese Painting come from the same source and therefore they have the same standard and rank. Calligraphy is not only means of communication, both business and social, but is also a special art.  Most of the famous Chinese painters from past dynasties could do nice calligraphy.

This site is  dedicated to the promotion and teaching of Chinese Calligraphy as I learned it from my beloved teacher,  the late Dr. George Young.  I will attempt to make videos on what should be visual presentation of the art.  My wish is that those who come to this site learn what they need and able to get a better understanding and appreciation of Chinese calligraphy in general.  Feel free to send me any comments or requests.