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New Chinese calligraphy course starts in October

Calligraphy courses at the National School of Calligraphy open new opportunities for the students. We all witness the rapid and effective development of Russian-Chinese relations in various fields and directions. Recently, there has been an increased interest in studying Chinese language and culture in schools and higher educational institutions, but in Russia there are rather few qualified specialists whose experience and knowledge really deserve attention. Any real master would prefer to have the recognition of his students, to see their achievements in the development of the studied skills and of their personality. Kun Linmin is a specialist in Chinese philosophy and culture, a calligrapher, professor, grandson of Confucius in the 76th generation. Teaching the Chinese writing to adults and children, he managed to develop his own methodology, which allowed him to find an individual approach and fully help the student move forward. In Chinese philosophy, when acquainting with hieroglyphic writing it is very important to achieve unity with the master, to feel the general rhythm in the movement of your hand. As a result, calligraphy will not only help relieve stress after a hard day, but also gain inner harmony, self-development, and broaden horizons. Being one of the oldest cultures of writing, Chinese calligraphy is fraught with many mysteries that modern science has not yet provided an explanation for. Through Kun Linmin's course you will master practical writing skills, language skills, and more. Classes are taught in Chinese (if necessary, simultaneous translation is provided).

This is a unique opportunity to diversify your leisure time or make a nice present to your family and friends.

Note: The number of seats is limited.

The lesson lasts 2 hours.

Stay tuned for more details of the course programme.

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