Together with 5 other teachers, we took about 60 students to Beijing and Xi'An for a 7 days 'Windows of the World' study trip.
Shu Yuan Jie & Old Ancient walls of Xi'An
Shuyuan street got its name because the Guanzhong Shuyuan (central Shaanxi academy, established in the Ming Dynasty), which was one of the leading academies in ancient China and the highest institution of Shaanxi Province in Ming Dynasty and Qing Dynasty, was located here. Most storekeepers, sitting leisurely in their stores, holding a little teapot or two small jade balls in their hands, never hustle. These stores deal mostly in the four treasures of study; curios, jade articles, gold and silver ornaments, calligraphies and paintings of celebrities, copybooks and handcrafted keepsakes.
This is a sketch of one such shop selling anything from chinese ink to calligraphy papers to myriads of chinese brushes.
Mar 26, 2011
Mar 13, 2011
HK Sketchwalk 12/03/2011 @ Central
Last Saturday we had a small sketchwalk around Central/Soho area. Gary, Perry & I were obviously overwhelmed by the crazy Saturday crowd. Despite many tourists & locals constantly looking over our shoulder we had a good time chatting and drawing together.
Mar 8, 2011
Afternoon doodle, originally uploaded by PaulArtSG.
Mar 6, 2011
Mar 3, 2011
Mar 1, 2011
Back @ Peel Street, HK
Back @ Peel Street, HK, originally uploaded by PaulArtSG.
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