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日本举行书法大赛 抒写新年愿望Japanese put their New Year resolutions in ink

佚名 于2007-09-26发布 l 已有人浏览
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A little girl is writing during a calligraphy contest in Tokyo January 5, 2007.New Year's res

a little girl is writing during a calligraphy contest in tokyo january 5, 2007.

new year's resolutions are notoriously hard to keep but thousands of japanese gathered in central tokyo on friday to capture their hopes in flowing ink strokes.

the first time any activity is performed in the new year is believed to be especially auspicious in japan, and the year's first calligraphy -- "kakizome" -- is thought to be most appropriate for new year's resolutions.

calligraphy is a widely practiced and revered art in japan, where the act of writing out chinese characters is believed to sharpen the mind and improve concentration.

with swift strokes of a thick horse-hair brush, the calligraphers covered long sheets of paper with the characters and phrases that best described their resolution, often with considerable poetic licence.

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