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Recognizing a hole's place in artistic masterpieces - Art & Culture in China
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Recognizing a hole's place in artistic masterpieces

The exhibition "Hole: Ma Ke's Paintings" is on at Shanghai Minsheng Art Museum until June 27, featuring 90 of his masterpieces.
Buzzword: 御三家 gosanke the big three, a triumvirate - Art & Culture in China
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Buzzword: 御三家 "gosanke" the big three, a triumvirate

The expression dates back to the Sengoku Period (1467-1615) in Japanese history.
Imperial calligrapher with style - Art & Culture in China
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Imperial calligrapher with style

Ouyang Xun (AD 557-641) was a renowned calligrapher, politician and scholar of the early Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907).
Shang explores the matter of life and death - Art & Culture in China
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Shang explores the matter of life and death

"And I think what I'm doing, my art pieces as records and archives of my image, is a way to beat death and vanishing."
Buzzword: 这不比博人传燃?  Isn't it more exciting than Boruto? - Art & Culture in China
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Buzzword: 这不比博人传燃? Isn't it more exciting than "Boruto?"

The expression originates from an audience of "Boruto," the spin-off of "Naruto" – one of the best-loved manga and anime properties in the world.
Exploring masculinity, heroism and words through art - Art & Culture in China
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Exploring masculinity, heroism and words through art

Chinese contemporary artist Shang Liang's second solo exhibition at Madein Gallery in Shanghai, "Mortal at the Helm," will open this Saturday.
Ancient Chinese master's love of calligraphy, art and tea drinking - Art & Culture in China
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Ancient Chinese master's love of calligraphy, art and tea drinking

As a major personality of the Song Dynasty (AD 960-1279), Su Shi (1037-1101) was a versatile sensation and considered one of the most significant figures in ancient China.
Buzzword: 针不戳 Neat/great/brilliant - Art & Culture in China
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Buzzword: 针不戳 Neat/great/brilliant

The expression "针不戳" derives from its homophone "真不错," translating to "great, neat or brilliant."
The master calligrapher behind  vanguard 'hanging arm technique' - Art & Culture in China
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The master calligrapher behind vanguard 'hanging arm technique'

Xianyu Shu's transcription of "The Song of the Stone Drums" is considered to have had the most profound influence on the cursive writing art. 
Buzzword: YYDS永远滴神 - Art & Culture in China
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Buzzword: YYDS永远滴神

"YYDS," the pinyin abbreviation of Chinese "永远滴神," is originated from eSports player Shiny Ruo when he shouted out "Uzi, 永远滴神!" to his idol Uzi, a retired Legend of League player.
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