Posts Tagged ‘love’

Chinese Calligraphy Scroll (High Definition) – Peace Love Joy 和平愛喜 with Signature

Wednesday, June 6th, 2012

top chinese calligraphy Reissued in High Definition with additional part of adding recipient’s name and artist’s signature. Chinese Calligraphy Scroll “Peace Love Joy (和平愛喜)”

Writing “Peace Love Joy” in cursive and semi-cursive Chinese calligraphy for Katia from Russia during a Chinese music concert of Master Betty Zhang in McKinney Performing Arts Center in Texas. The writing was done on a pre-mounted blank scroll with printed dragons in light gold. Though the pre-mounted blank scroll can sometimes be wrinkled due to handling, the wrinkles can be removed with an iron. Like music performers trying to play correct notes, writing on a pre-mounted scroll can be risky since the Chinese ink cannot be changed. So I humbly asked the audience to understand and be as quiet as possible to avoid any distraction; otherwise, I lose the money and the scroll if a single stroke or any artistic detail has disappointed me.
First two characters ( 和平 ) mean peace; third ( 愛 ) love; last ( 喜 ) joy.
Picture: friends with the Mayor of City of McKinney, Texas.

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just love(爱就爱) –Jane zhang(张靓颖)

Friday, May 25th, 2012

top chinese artist Name:Zhang Liangying
English Name:Jane Zhang
Place of Birth: Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Date of Birth: October 11th, 1984
Height: 162cm
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Brown
Blood Type: O
Music Style: Pop, R&B, Dance, Rock, Jazz, New Age
Favorite Artist: Mariah Carey, Craig David, Beverley Knight, Eric Clapton

Achievements
◆Best Female Artist in China 5 years in a row at the Chinese version of the Grammys
◆The first Chinese artist walked on the red carpet of Grammy Award by the nominance of “Impression of West Lake” cooperated with Japanese Famous New Age Musician Mr. Kitaro.
◆The only Chinese artist invited to attend the Oprah Winfrey Show
◆The only Asian Artist recording the theme song “Give your love” for WP1
◆The favorite cooperated artist for the famous musicians. Cooperation with Hong Kong famous artist Andy Lau and Jacky Chang separately for the theme song of EXPO 2010 and FIFA World Cup 2010, etc.

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Bamboo Lesson 3

Saturday, May 19th, 2012

top chinese painting Chinese painting lesson by Ning Yeh. Dr. Yeh teaches at Coastline College in Southern California. He is a winner of Emmy Award ( Best Instructional TV Series). This is part of a detailed lesson that features several different styles of bamboo paintings..

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the best beautiful chinese song 2011

Saturday, May 19th, 2012

top chinese artist the best chinese song 2011 and the most beautiful chinese song with nice singer

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Top Banana 1

Wednesday, April 18th, 2012

top chinese painting Chinese painting lesson by Ning Yeh. Dr. Yeh teaches at Coastline College in Southern California. He is a winner of Emmy Award ( Best Instructional TV Series). This is the intro of his lesson on banana flower.

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Chinese Calligraphy 中國書法 Scroll “Peace Love Joy (和平愛喜)”

Monday, February 6th, 2012

top chinese calligraphy Writing “Peace Love Joy” in cursive and semi-cursive Chinese calligraphy for Katia from Russia during a Chinese music concert of Master Betty Zhang in McKinney Performing Arts Center in Texas. The writing was done on a pre-mounted blank scroll with printed dragons in light gold. Though the pre-mounted blank scroll can sometimes be wrinkled due to handling, the wrinkles can be removed with an iron. Like music performers trying to play correct notes, writing on a pre-mounted scroll can be risky since the Chinese ink cannot be changed. So I humbly asked the audience to understand and be as quiet as possible to avoid any distraction; otherwise, I lose the money and the scroll if a single stroke or any artistic detail has disappointed me.
First two characters ( 和平 ) mean peace; third ( 愛 ) love; last ( 喜 ) joy.
Picture: friends with the Mayor of City of McKinney, Texas.

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Myspace -Chinese Painting – Peter Suk-Sin Chan 畫家陳叔善 doing a Chinese paintng

Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

top chinese painting I like painting since i am small. this is me,Peter Suk-Sin Chan, when i painting a chinese bird n tree painting.I am using chinese water colour n rice paper.It is fun, relaxing to paint and is 1 of my best hobby-video taken by Dorthy Chow n Painter is PeterSSChan

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This Is The Best Art Performance – From China ( Thousand-hand ~ Guan Yin ~ 千手观音 )

Wednesday, December 7th, 2011

top chinese artist Guanyin or Kwanyin, the Goddess of Mercy.

~ China Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe, “Thousand-hand Guan Yin” Guan Yin is a Chinese goddess.Feeling music through speakers and guided by hand gestures, a troupe of deaf dancers in Beijing take steps to champion the rights of disabled people across the world ~

” Being deaf and mute, these disabled female performers endure pain and suffering in vigorous training, simply to deliver a message of love to mankind. ”

Guanyin or Kwanyin (aka), the Goddess of Mercy also known by Westerners as the Chinese Goddess of love and compassion has long occupied a unique place not only in Buddhism, but also in Chinese culture. The Chinese word “Guanyin is an abbreviation of “Guan shi yin” which denotes” seeing the voice of the world if rendered literally. Such a deity can be called as the deity who looks in every direction or the “Regarder of the cries of suffering beings”.

According to legend, Guanyin, the youngest daughter of a king, defied her father when he sought a husband for her. The angry king sent her away to a monastery with instructions that she should be compelled to obey. This only strengthened her resolve. So the king set fire to the monastery and ordered her execution when she was caught sitting erect reciting sutras. As she was about to be beheaded, the sword broke into two and a tiger from nowhere carried her away to a forest.

One day from afar she saw the king was sick and not responding to treatment, so she severed her arms and eyes to sacrifice them for him. The grieved king besought heaven and earth to make his daughter whole again. Soon, Guanyin had arms and eyes by the thousand, and bowing before her father, she urged him to practise good deeds to which the king readily agreed.

Actually legends have Guanyin in various forms. But the story of the Goddess in this one-thousand-hand form has had an immense appeal. Thus the thousand-hand deity is no longer an exclusive religious symbol but has become a popular cultural icon to religious followers and common folks alike.

The legendary Thousand-hand Guanyin as interpreted by the special artists plucked the heartstrings of the audience. In their rendition of the legendary goddess, they not only demonstrated their superb dancing skills in perfect unison with elegant and forceful movements, but attained a ye higher level to turn it into a live myth full of artistic appeal and stirring power on the stage.

Though we only saw one leading dancer on the stage, we saw in our mind’s eye a whole collective where 21 troupe members fused together as one human being with one shared heart. What we saw on the stage was the one Thousand-hand Guanyin, serene, holy and beautiful, that existed in each of the dancers’ hearts. While enjoying the colourful performance, we experienced a profound sense of tranquility and composure, a process of cleansing and purification of our souls.

We spetators can hardly imagine how much time and effort these artists must have invested in bringing about such a unique work of art. And only a collective with all its crew members bound together in unity, harmony and friendliness could make it.

The image of the Thousand-hand Guanyin is symbolic of maternal love and infinite compassion.

And the enlightenment we gain from the performance itself is that people with disabilities are also creators of both material and spiritual wealth. Such a spirit of perseverance in pursuing and creating a better life in the face of adversity should be followed by all of us.

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Chinese Painting Lesson Camellia

Thursday, December 1st, 2011

top chinese painting Introduction of Chinese painting lesson by Ning Yeh. Dr. Yeh teaches at Coastline College in Southern California. He is a winner of Emmy Award ( Best Instructional TV Series). This is Part 1 of an hour long detailed lesson on Camellia.

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Chinese Song- 童话 (Fairy Tale)

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

top chinese artist Real Song Starts At 1:46 (for those who have no patience)
Artist: Michael Wong (Chinese: 王光良; pinyin: Wáng Guāngliáng)
Tong Hua
Date Released: January 2005

“Fairy Tale” has proved to be his strongest single yet by shooting up to No. 1 immediately after it was released in January 2005, making it to the top of the download counter Baidu 500 for 15 weeks as Asia was swept by the “Fairy Tale Tornado”. The single is arguably the most successful Chinese language song in the 21st Century. As of 2007 it is still among the top in the karaoke charts.

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