I like Chinese calligraphy

One of my practice drafts
December 15, 2016 9:07pm CST
In ancient China, everyone used'brush' (traditional Chinese writing tool)to write,sadly speaking, with the advent of pen, ballpoint,especially the computers,nowadays few people grab brush to write; I am so proud that I still use that tool to practice calligraphy every day; here I post one of my penmanship, btw, do you practice calligraphy? Or are you conerned with your handwriting?
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@Julie555 (2551)
16 Dec 16
In modern er of technology people forgot handwriting.Still when we write,our brains work much better,than while typing.Calligraphy I admire.It`s a genuine art
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16 Dec 16
The most important thing is that it makes people feel peaceful when they practice; let me quote a paragraph for you from Coelo(who wrote the Alchemist): look at a skilled blacksmith working steel. To the untrained eye, he is merely repeating the same hammer blows, but anyone trained in the art of calligraphy knows that each time the blacksmith lifts the hammer and brings it down, the intensity of the blow is different. The hand repeats the same gesture, but as it approaches the metal it understands that it must touch it with more or less force. It is the same thing with repetition; it may seem the same, but it is always different. The moment will come when you no longer need to think about what you are doing . You become the letter, the ink, the paper,the word.
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@youless (90022)
• Guangzhou, China
16 Dec 16
I practise calligraphy when I was a school student. It is not as good as my handwriting. It is not easy to master the brush to practise calligraphy. It is much more difficult.
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16 Dec 16
You're quite true, bro
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@sishy7 (27667)
• Australia
16 Dec 16
Your brush work is pretty...
16 Dec 16
Thank you, actually I am just a beginner; I need more practice to be good at it
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