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Worksheets: Writing Chinese Characters: "Water"  The set includes 11 character writing worksheets.

Writing Chinese Characters:

Learn how to write Chinese calligraphy in this "water" worksheet. Learning Chinese characters is a great way to inspire your child's foreign language interests!

Worksheets: Writing Chinese Calligraphy: "Home"

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Second Grade Drawing & Painting Chinese Foreign Language Handwriting Worksheets: Write Chinese Characters: 'Elephant'

First Grade Chinese Foreign Language Drawing & Painting Handwriting Worksheets: Writing Chinese Characters: 'Water'

Writing Chinese Characters:

First Grade Chinese Foreign Language Drawing Painting Handwriting Worksheets: Writing Chinese Characters: Water

Chinese New Year, Chinese Zodiac Clip Art

Chinese tattoos have a way of capturing peoples attention. Their bold and intricate style of writing is quite remarkable. Here are some of the best chinese tattoo designs.

Worksheets: Write Chinese Characters: "Boat"

Write Chinese Characters:

First Grade Handwriting Drawing & Painting Chinese Foreign Language Worksheets: Write Chinese Characters: 'Boat'

Worksheets: Learn Chinese Characters: "Good"

Learn Chinese Characters:

First Grade Handwriting Drawing & Painting Chinese Foreign Language Worksheets: Learn Chinese Characters: 'Good'

The Asian calligraphy's brush must be held vertically, inclining neither sideways nor toward one self. To achieve best ergonomics, keep the inside of palm round as if holding a small egg. Keep fingers firm, using fingertips instead of knuckles to hold the brush. Keep the wrist supple, firm, and soft. Level wrist to a more natural and horizontal angle, avoiding strained angles. The technique is called round stroke or upright stroke.

writing chinese calligraphy - brush holding is very important as is with the art of acupuncture

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