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The Penmanship Association of Chong Jing, a association of Teacher -Pupil, was founded in 2004
Features:Making teaching material, publishing Penmanship Journal, founding the Penmanship
Library and the classroom Add:No 34, Wen Kai rd, Lukang town, Changhua County
Tel:(04)7754909
Tablets: on the walls of WKES(Wen Kai Elementary School)

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Interview of the designer of the cadge of the association-Mrs. Chang Whei Fon ~ by the members of International Schools Cyberfair of WKES

1.What does the orchids and the leaves of the cadge mean?
The words of Chong Jin on the cadge was coming and from the work of Mr. Wang Xi Zi. Mr. Wang Xi Zi liked orchids very much; moreover, he learned the skills of holding and writing of the calligraphy by meaning of observing the motions of the geese. Loving the orchids were something to do with writing the calligraphy. By observing the lines of the leaves, the master learned the strokes of the Chinese character.

2.What is your central ideas while designing the cadge?
The central was to express the spirit of the Chong Jin Penmanship Association to peple.

Pictures from the periodical of Chong Jin Penmanship Association

3.What was the feedback after the finish of the cadge of the association ?
My happiness was that the cadge of the association could express the spirit of the Chong Jin. Moreover, I was glad that people said that the cadge of the association was very beautiful.

4. What were only the leaves and flowers of the orchid put on the cadge of the association ?

Mr. Wang Xi Zi was the calligraphic writer in the Jin Dynasty. Mr. Nian Wen Yi highly admired Jin Dynasty. Therefore, the master the Jin style was as the target of the association. That was, Wang Xi Zi was the most excellent master in the domain of the calligraphy in Jin dynasty. His achievement was too high to be reached. So, it became a highest goal of the Chong Jin.
Mr. Wang Xi Zi liked orchids very much; moreover, he learned the skills of holding and writing of the calligraphy by meaning of observing the motions of the geese. Loving the orchids were something to do with writing the calligraphy. By observing the lines of the leaves, the master learned the strokes of the Chinese character.
(The interview of the designer of the cadge)
(The interview of the designer of the cadge)