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Daily Archives: 05/02/2015

World Heritage Wonders – Yungang Grottoes

By |五月 2nd, 2015|Videos|

The Yungang Grottoes (simplified Chinese: 云冈石窟; traditional Chinese: 雲崗石窟; pinyin: Yúngāng Shíkū; Wuzhoushan Grottoes in ancient time) are ancient Chinese Buddhist temple grottoes near the city of Datong in the province of Shanxi. They are excellent examples of rock-cut architecture and one of the three most famous ancient Buddhist sculptural sites of China. The others

Chinese traditional architectural craftsmanship for timber-framed structures

By |五月 2nd, 2015|Videos|

Description: Standing as distinctive symbols of Chinese architectural culture, timber-framed structures are found throughout the country. The wooden components such as the columns, beams, purlins, lintel and bracket sets are connected by tenon joints in a flexible, earthquake-resistant way. The surprisingly strong frames can be installed quickly at the building site by assembling components manufactured

Wang Xizhi “Sheng Jiao Xu” 王羲之圣教序

By |五月 2nd, 2015|Artwork, Calligraphy, Imperial China, Tang dynasty, Timeline|

"Da Tang Sanzang Sheng Jiao Xu" 《大唐三藏圣教序》 is an inscription written by Li Shimin (597-649, an emperor in Tang Dynasty) to memorialize Chinese famous Buddhist monk Xuanzang (玄奘596-664 Tang Dynasty). "Da Tang Sanzang Sheng Jiao Xu" was first written in calligraphy by Chu Suiliang (褚遂良596-658, a famous calligrapher active in Tang Dynasty) and engraved by

Qiu Qijing Jade Carving 邱启敬玉雕

By |五月 2nd, 2015|Artist, Artwork, Featured Post, Jade, Modern China, Timeline|

Stones Having Body Temperature: The Statuary Art of QIU Qi-jing GU Zhen-qing QIU Qi-Jing employs jade, intelligent one in Chinese tradition, instead of plain rock, and endows stones with concrete, true-to-life temperature. Holding Chinese art tradition of “aesthetic Odes” in high esteem, he transforms survival reality under current consumerism into leisurely human sentiments, and lays