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calligraphy - ChenHecheng Howtowritecalligraphy

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   Chen Hecheng                                                                                                                                                  How to write calligraphy               Chinese calligraphy is a kind of hand writing art.  It is very much like  painting. Before the pen appeared in China, people all used the brush for  handwriting and it’s called calligraphy.            The following tools are necessary for you to write Chinese calligraphy.  The paper, ink, brush, and ink stone are essential implements of calligraphy: they  are known together as the Four Treasures of the Study in China.            Paper   Special types of paper are used in calligraphy. In China,  traditionally paper called Xuanzhi is the preferred type of paper. It is made from 
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