Chinese Calligraphy Workshop Recap

image001This past Monday evening (May 25th), we had a fun workshop here at Frog Hollow Neighborhood House learning Chinese Calligraphy. This was a Small Grants funded event that was facilitated by Shinda, Lulu and Maggie. Children was also welcomed to participate. There were also childminding available for those who needed.



Chinese Calligraphy is a form of calligraphy widely practiced in China. There are various styles of calligraphy. The calligraphy of Chinese characters is an important and appreciated aspect of Chinese culture.


We learned about the basic strokes of the Chinese characters and how to handle the inked brushes. Also, special types of paper are used in Chinese Calligraphy.


Everyone had fun learning from each other. All it was is to get used to holding the brush and knowing how much ink is applied, using light strokes and heavy strokes. Just keep on practicing!

About Jennie Yuen

Jennie is a Fantasy Artist, Graphic Designer, Photographer, Blogger, Brand Ambassador and a Foodie. She is also a Stay-at-Home Mom and enjoys spending time with family as well as giving back to the community. You can find her through her main blog at
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1 Response to Chinese Calligraphy Workshop Recap

  1. lilyleapfrog says:

    Brushes, ink and paper look beautiful! Thank you for sharing Jennie! and congrats to Shinda, Lulu and Maggie for a successful program.

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