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Is Chinese calligraphy a lost art? Has the invention of the computer totally wiped out the beautiful art of writing? Calligraphy means “beautiful writing.” Chinese calligraphy is revered for its dynamic motion and energy. Learn from the experts how computers have revolutionized calligraphy and how it has impacted our society from a social and cultural standpoint.

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Is Chinese calligraphy a lost art? Has the invention of the computer totally wiped out the beautiful art of writing? Calligraphy means "beautiful writing." Chinese calligraphy is revered for its dynamic motion and energy. Learn from the experts how computers have revolutionized calligraphy and how it has impacted our society from a social and cultural standpoint.

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Is Chinese calligraphy a lost art? Has the invention of the computer totally wiped out the beautiful art of writing? Calligraphy means “beautiful writing.” Chinese calligraphy is revered for its dynamic motion and energy. Learn from the experts how computers have revolutionized calligraphy and how it has impacted our society from a social and cultural standpoint.

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Is Chinese calligraphy a lost art? Has the invention of the computer totally wiped out the beautiful art of writing? Calligraphy means “beautiful writing.” Chinese calligraphy is revered for its dynamic motion and energy. Learn from the experts how computers have revolutionized calligraphy and how it has impacted our society from a social and cultural standpoint.

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Learn which the most important abilities necessary for studying Chinese calligraphy are.

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Find out the two most important abilities necessary to learning Chinese calligraphy.

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What does it take to be a calligraphy master? The key is to strive for the top. Once there, you'll find your entire perception of the world has changed.

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The subject of perception in art and life is further discussed, citing a great Indian thinker.

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How does one define the quality of life? According to the speakers in this video, it is as simple as volume multiplied by density. But what exactly do those terms mean when applied to our lives?

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A 75-year-old retired school teacher collects garbage every day and donates the money to a school for poor children. His charitable deeds have earned him recognition in the local newspaper and several awards. His speaking is difficult to understand, but still an interesting perspective from a different generation.

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The interview continues and LiuYi shows us how he collects garbage as well as the school garden he has created.

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Shanghai has more than 45,000 taxis operated by over 150 companies. Get to know Zhou Sen Lin, one of Shanghai's hard-working taxi drivers.

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Zhou speaks about his hopes for his son. Would he like for him to become a taxi driver as well?

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Meet the Chinese music group, The Fan, as they share their thoughts about their instruments, their music and how Eastern and Western music influence one another.

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Trip hop is originally from the UK. It is derived from post acid house and is the more experimental variant of breakbeat, which contains influences of soul, funk and jazz. Very few Chinese people actually know this type of music. Let's see how this Chinese band introduces it.

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Formula One driver, Lin Zhiying, talks about how he fell in love with racing. From the beginning, he proved to be an outstanding driver, but his overconfidence led to a 150 km/h crash. How will his body and mind respond to the setback? Part 1.

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Formula One driver, Lin Zhiying, talks about how he fell in love with racing. From the beginning, he proved to be an outstanding driver, but his overconfidence led to a 150 km/h crash. How will his body and mind respond to the setback? Part 2.

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What is education equality and how do we achieve it?

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Professor Lang illustrates the case of education inequality using the case of China's 985 and 211 schools as an example.

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Professor Lang explains why the current system of central government funding to China's top universities is not equal.

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Professor Lang compares enrollment rates in Henan and Shanghai to illustrate China's problem of education inequality.

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Students face discrimination both before entering university and after graduating. Why?

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Inequality in education is often due to unequal opportunities and developmental disparities in different parts of a country.

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