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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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Shi Pei Ui:
After we got into the association, we were guided and by the experienced
the narrator Mr. Huangi. She introduced the interesting utensils of Thread Bound Book.
The trip to the association was too short to enjoy the site carefully. However, by the detail narrating of Miss Huang, all the members of the team got much precious knowledge about the association.
Liau Jia Tian:
As we reached the gate of the association, Miss Li had waited for us for long.  Under the order of the teacher, we took some group pictures; and then, he asked us to keep quiet as possible as we could.  Our mission was to appreciate the sculpture carefully and bring up questions.  In the right side of the dinning room, we saw the great work of penmanship.  .  It was our last time for interview.  It was not an ending, but another new beginning.
Zou Yi Uian:
Miss Li and Mr. Li bing-gui told us the history of the master and the penmanship works of the Mr. Nian.  We saw many delicate and vivid works in the association and it was a eye-opening trip.  Miss Li led us all the way to see more things about the history of the Gu family and the association.  Mr. Li talked much about the sculpture works done by his father in the association.  This my first time to visit this association and I hoped I could visit here soon again.
Wu Chen Ru:
As soon as we reached the gate of the association, Miss Li had waited for us for long.  At first, the work that Mr. Li showed us was the butterfly orchid, which was as vivid as life.  He said that the work was bought by one of the members of the association before being displayed.  In the right side of the room, we saw the penmanship work of the master.  They were placed in both sides of the hall and the shapes of the works were all trapezoids.  It was an eye-opening trip for me and I really learned a lot.