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  • CNY Calligraphy Special (video) Intermediate PREMIUM

     
    Today's lesson is a bit different and quite special. We have a 20 minute Chinese New Year calligraphy lesson for you all to join in with. Join newbie learner Karl and advanced learner Natasha as they learn to write some common sayings and characters to write during Spring Festival.

    We will learn all about why you see certain characters such as 春 and 满 everywhere during this time, and also the meaning behind the red sheets of paper on either side of a door seen during this festival. If you don't know any of this, no problem. Get your calligraphy pens at the ready, and prepare for a spot of relaxing calligraphy.

    Amazon link for buying a calligraphy set here. Chinese New Year Calligraphy Paper Amazon link here.

    Constance Fang, Fiona Tian, ChinesePod Crew, Karl Ryan, Natasha
    2835
    Intermediate
    writing, calligraphy, Chinese New Year, video
    wishing well

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