Confucius Institute Presents Ma Wei Hua, Internationally Recognized Chinese Calligrapher

The Confucius Institute offers regular Chinese cultural events that are usually free and open to the public. The event happening tomorrow night is unique in that one of MIM’s own current students, Russell Kucinski, organized the event and secured the guest presenter, Ma Wei Hua, to show his calligraphy. Please attend to appreciate beautiful Chinese calligraphy and to support MIM’s own! Good job, Russell! (All information below is directly from the Confucius Institute flyer.)

The Confucius Institute at PSU Presents An Evening with Mr. Ma Wei Hua 马魏华

Internationally recognized Chinese calligrapher

Internationally recognized Chinese calligrapher, Mr. Ma Wei Hua

Ma Wei Hua is a very well known calligrapher from Tianjin, China. His work has been shown in galleries around the world. All proceeds from the event will benefit the “Ma Weihua Chinese Character Scholarship” at Portland State University, promoting the study of Chinese Language and Culture.

Please join us for a showing of the artist’s works along with a calligraphy demonstration by Mr. Ma Weihua. The reception begins at 6:30pm. Come to Northwest Portland for an evening in China.

Time: Friday, June 24, 2011, at 6:30-8:30 P.M.

Place: A. G. Long Building

1125 NW 16th Ave. 2nd floor, Suite C, Portland, OR 97209

The Event is Free and Open to the Public

For more information, please send an email to: Confucius@pdx.edu or call CIPSU at 503-725-9810

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2 Comments

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2 responses to “Confucius Institute Presents Ma Wei Hua, Internationally Recognized Chinese Calligrapher

  1. Don McCoy

    Hello,
    I am interested in speaking with someone about the Confucius Institute and connection to a school in Beijing that would like foreign exchange students.
    thanks
    Don McCoy
    2-10-12

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