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Pu Hui Painting: Wang Shu Hua 王树花 – Gallery Gaomi City, Shandong Province Posted Apr 19, 2011 by Chinavine

View the carefully drawn and hand painted scenes by Wang Shu Hua below.

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Pu Hui Painting: Wang Shu Hua 王树花 – Cultural Heritage Gaomi City, Shandong Province Posted Apr 19, 2011 by Chinavine

Pu hui posters are unique to Gaomi, Shandong Province and are influenced by the half-drawn, half-printed folk art technique and wood-block New Year posters. The ability to produce multiple prints at once makes pu hui a highly efficient art form ...

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Games and Stories – Cloth Tiger Game Posted Mar 30, 2011 by Chinavine

Tigers are symbolic of strength in Chinese culture, and are a preferred theme for stuffed animals, hats, pillows, and shoes. Build your own colorful cloth tiger with this interactive game.

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Gourd Engraving: Li Yu Cheng 葫芦: 李玉成 – Gallery Li She Village, Shandong Province Posted Mar 30, 2011 by Chinavine

Examples of decorated gourds are found nearly everywhere in the world. In China the gourd is associated with longevity and fecundity, and is used as a charm to ward off negative influences. Shou Lou, the God of Longevity, carries a ...

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Kites: Ha Yi Qi 哈亦琦 : 风筝 – Introduction Beijing Province Posted Mar 30, 2011 by Chinavine

Kites were used in China for military purposes, and also as a traditional tool to worship gods and ancestors. For example, Chinese people pray for the arrival of Fortune God as the Chinese New Year approaches. He is then sent ...

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Pu Hui Painting: Wang Shu Hua 王树花 – Introduction Gaomi City, Shandong Province Posted Feb 10, 2011 by Chinavine

Wang Shu Hua learned the pu hui craft at age fourteen from her grandfather, a farmer who painted New Year pictures as a hobby. Pu hui paintings are Wang’s primary source of income. She has two children and anticipates that ...

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Pu Hui Painting: Lu Zhen Li – Introduction Gaomi City, Shandong Province Posted Feb 10, 2011 by Chinavine

Lu Zhen Li is a fifth generation pu hui artist working out of his home in Gaomi Village. Like many other Chinese folk artists, Lu learned the craft from his father as a child. His daughter has carried on the ...

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Gourd Engraving: Li Yu Cheng 葫芦: 李玉成 – Cricket History Li She Village, Shandong Province Posted Feb 10, 2011 by Chinavine

Symbolic of good fortune in China, crickets have been admired for at least two thousand years for both their song and their fighting prowess. A dried and hollowed-out gourd with a perforated lid for ventilation is a common way to ...

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Pu Hui Painting: Lu Zhen Li – Cultural Heritage Gaomi City, Shandong Province Posted Dec 20, 2010 by Chinavine

Pu hui posters are unique to Gaomi, Shandong Province and are influenced by the half-drawn, half-printed folk art technique and wood-block New Year posters. The ability to produce multiple prints at once makes pu hui a highly efficient art form ...

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Pu Hui Painting: Lu Zhen Li – Gallery Gaomi City, Shandong Province Posted Dec 20, 2010 by Chinavine

View the carefully drawn and hand painted scenes by Lu Zhen Li below.

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