In Japanese calligraphy "kanji" is the symbol, Chinese calligraphy similarly has unique symbols. In China the Magpie is an avian symbol, whereas we westerners have our "Bluebird of Happiness"
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Zhao Gao has written: 'Guan shi lu' -- subject(s): Calligraphy, Chinese, Chinese Calligraphy, Chinese Painting, Painting, Chinese 'Xu xuan Gao shi zhuan' -- subject(s): China, Biography
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Chinese calligraphy is prettier, and most of the words in Japanese are from Chinese. Chinese people are smart, they created a wonderful language. love Chinese! ^OMG... Both cultures use the same calligraphy to some extent. The Japanese use a form of calligraphy that's called kanji, or hanja in Korean that uses the same characters as in China...however if you want to get technical they do have their own characters that are more free flowing and articulate brush strokes...whereas Chinese characters have more subtle brush stroke coordination
It's most likely Chinese Calligraphy, not Japanese. They would use it because Feng Shui comes from China.
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Yes, the Chineese calligraphy artist you're talking about is indeed one of the nephews of the last Emperor Puyi of China.
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Calligraphy is an ancient form of writing. It began in China from at least 800 AD and is based on Chinese characters. In an Islamic context it refers to artistic writing of Arabic script.
Calligraphy is one of China's oldest art form and calligraphy is a type of writing