Jing Mo, Jing Wu Chinese Characters Calligraphy Wall Scroll

Jing Mo, Jing Wu Chinese Characters Calligraphy Wall Scroll
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  • Model: MAC0008
  • Created by Artist: Shouxing Wang
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This is not a Print! This custom 'Jing Mo / Jing Wu' Chinese calligraphy wall scroll artwork is created by our talented disabled artist.


Approximate Measurements:
Length of Silk Scroll: 48.2" (122cm)
Width of Wooden Scroll Roller: 18.6" (47cm)


About 'Jing Mo / Jing Wu' Chinese Calligraphy Wall Scroll Artwork


Traditional or Simplified Chinese Characters & pinyin



What is Jing Wu?

Chin Woo Athletic Association (pinyin: Jīngwǔ Tǐyùhuì; lit. Elite Martial Athletic Association) is a Chinese martial arts association founded in Shanghai on July 7, 1910, but conflicting sources also cite dates in 1909. It can be found spelled in many ways - Jing Mo, Ching Wu, Jing Wo, Jing Wu etc.

Many sources say that Chin Woo was founded by Huo Yuanjia, the famed challenge fighter who died within months of its establishment. This gives the false impression that only one person founded the entire association when in reality it was founded by a committee of people. Due to Huo Yuanjia's popularity and recent death, the committee had decided that he should be the "face" of Chin Woo, resulting in his strong association with it.

Because Huo was widely admired as a Chinese national hero, a series of other masters agreed to teach at the school including Eagle Claw master Chen Zizheng, Seven Star Praying Mantis master Luo Guangyu, Xingyi master Zhao Lianhe, and Wu Jianquan, the founder of Wu style Taijiquan. Master Chao Lianhe, a master of Northern Shaolin Bizong Style became the Chief Instructor after the sudden death of Huo.

One of the first public martial arts institutes in China, Chin Woo was intended to create a structured environment for teaching and learning martial arts as opposed to the secretive training that had been common in the past. The Chin Woo was also used as a training center for the Nationalist Party members to fight against the rise of Communism in China.

The founders of Chin Woo felt that the association who keep alive traditions that secrecy and social change would otherwise doom. The basic curriculum drew from several styles of martial arts, giving practitioners a well-rounded martial background in addition to whatever they wished to specialize in. The Chin Woo Association inspired the ecumenism seen in the Chinese martial arts community during the Republic of China giving rise to such efforts as the National Martial Arts Institutes. Sun Yat Sen, founder of the Republic of China, attended the third annual event held by Chin Woo in 1915, giving a speech of encouragement to the attendees. When Sun Yat Sen attended again at the 10th annual event in 1920, he also wrote for a special Chin Woo newsletter and made a plaque with the engraving "martial spirit".

Shut down by the government of the People's Republic of China in 1966, the Chin Woo Association was allowed to re-open after the Cultural Revolution, and currently has more than 150 branches around the world.


About Talented Disabled Artist Shuoxing Wang


chinese-disabled-calligraphy-artistShouxing Wang, who lives with paralysis from the waist down, is an accomplished disabled Chinese calligrapher of traditional Chinese brush calligraphy, thought of as the highest form of art in China and widely practiced and revered in Sinophere. Being confined to a wheelchair in a small village in Eastern China for decades, Shouxing has been determined to teach and establish himself as a great Chinese calligrapher.


"Initially, practicing calligraphy lifted me out of the pain of losing legs, brought me consolation and gave me courage to face various difficulties in life, and I found new hopes. Now I believe in my future and I shall work harder and promote the calligraphy art form." he said. When he was interviewed by journalists with famous media and asked what it was like to practice calligraphy these years.


Shouxing writes with a brush, ink and an inkstone (used to mix the ink) on rice paper and is versed in all the five main scripts of Chinese characters: seal script (zhuanshu), clerical script (lishu), semi-cursive or running script (xingshu), cursive or grass scrip (caoshu) and regular script (kaishu).


How to Write Jing Mo / Jing Wu in Chinese Characters Calligraphy Art on Wall Scrolls


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