Russian people are getting more interested in Chinese traditional culture, and the number of people who want to learn Chinese calligraphy is increasing, said Alexey Shaburov, director of the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy in Moscow. Under the cooperation with the National Union of Calligraphy of Russia, the museum held an exhibition titled Great Chinese Calligraphy and Painting. The three-day exhibition ended on Sunday, and displayed about 450 pieces of Chinese calligraphy and paintings.
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