Promoting chinese culture in Singapore in this new digital century through Chinese Calligraphy assisted by committed instructors, who believe that nurturing and living out the Chinese wisdom and values will be a sustainable way of enrichment towards a higher quality of life - after all, we want a meaningful tomorrow for ourselves and our future generations.
From 22 Oct 2022 to 12 Nov 2022, our instructor, Ms Ye Jiejie led her students together with the community partners and residents of Nee Soon Central participated in the calligraphy scroll. Collectively, the total length of 458.8m written calligraphy was achieved and qualified as “The Longest Calligraphy Scroll” in the Singapore Book of Records.
The scroll was completed by Deputy Prime Minister, Mr Lawrence Wong; Minister of State, Assoc Prof Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim; Member of Parliarment, Mr Derrick Goh Soon Hee and Chief Executive Director the People’s Association, Mr Lim Hock Yu.
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On every eve of Chinese New Year, Minister of State, Associate Professor Muhammad Faishal Ibrahim, takes time out of his busy schedule to practice Chinese Calligraphy so as to send his best Chinese New Year wishings. In Year 2022, he wrote “Ping An” (peace in Chinese) to wish everyone a prosperous and peaceful Chinese New Year ! This is also the 5th lunar year that the Minister has been writing on red paper in promoting traditional Chinese culture. Because it has been so popular for the past 4 lunar years, the red papers are regarded as a collection series by the public.
“First, parents must persevere. Once the learning has started and the student has given it up halfway through, he may give up anything in his life. On this note, learning an art to cultivate perseverance in him is more important than learning the art.” – Qing Hua University, Centre of the Arts Education, Head, Madam Zhao Hong.