Calligrapher Bryan takes a trip down the past by designing one of the more traditional arts of chinese calligraphy which is Chun Lian or Spring Couplets. These Chun Lian are initially used to scare away the ancient monster called Nian, but in this modern era, it is used as Chinese New Year Decor. Also, Calligrapher Bryan wants to bring a different vibe to this Chinese New Year in Malaysia.
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Sauntering mindlessly through the shopping mall that was fully furbished Chinese New Year decorations- mostly red-and-golden themed- orchestrated by the jolly festive songs that jived in flawlessly with the festivity. My phone heavy in my pocket, my heart was absent even with my family and relatives, my mind was somewhere else. Reaching the restaurant, anContinue reading “waiting for peach blossoms to bloom.”
sitting, eating; being present, in the present. being here, being there, it is just about showing up, physically. your body might be there, but what about your mind? are you there? skimming through the faces that just meet once a year, strangers, more than that. some things are not right why are blood-related people feltContinue reading “the quality of Being”
What a week it had been, it was a crazy but fun idea to be ‘mass producing’ what I love- I wrote around 2500 Chinese calligraphy words in a week. That was exhilarating, a fantastic experience. My work load was getting a little out of hand and I undertook this task of completing requests ofContinue reading “2500 words”
Chinese New Year is a time to keep in touch with the long lost relatives, especially the older ones. They are the ones that keep the intrinsic meaning of Chinese New Year alive among the members in the family tree, or else Chinese New Year will just be another leisure time to be spent onContinue reading “Cherish”