Prof. Young taught many students during his lifetime. I consider myself very lucky to be one of his many students that he taught the art of Chinese Calligraphy. I dedicated this web site in his memory as a way of fulfilling my promise to promote Chinese Calligraphy.
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my Calligraphy above, below myself and 3 other classmates did the 4 styles
Let me introduce Joann Tang one of Prof. Young’s Chinese student who later showed her calligraphy in a “one-man show” at the Chinese Library in Flushing Queens. Below are sample from her brochure.