Diving into Chinese Calligraphy Art and Chinese Paintings with His Mouth and Feet

Diving into Chinese Calligraphy Art and Chinese Paintings with His Mouth and Feet
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Mr. Tang has written up a brilliant life with his mouth and feet.

 

Tang was seen with two limp arms around ten cm long, and two hands having just 3 fingers on each at birth. But then he is strong-willed being physically disabled and has grown into a brilliant calligrapher and painter by practicing Chinese calligraphy art and Chinese paintings with his mouth and feet from his childhood.

 

While diving into Chinese calligraphy and painting, he was not negligent of his studies at school. In 1999, he was admitted to Guangxi Academy of Art; 4 years later, he was accepted to the master course of Chinese Painting of the school. In 2005, he was pitched on by China Art Troupe of the Disabled during a joint performance and then positioned as an actor and member of the administrative personnel of this troupe. On December 3rd of the same year, he acted as the principal dancer in the dance named A Journey Begins under Your Feet performed to the national leaders in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, which was later awarded the gold medal.

 

Mr. Tang has written up a brilliant life with his mouth and feet. He has been widely reported on TV stations across the country and has won over 30 awards in a series of national calligraphy and painting competitions. Mr. Tang is now a member of both China’s Fine Arts Association for the Disabled and China’s Calligraphy Association for the Disabled.
 



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