Roll up your sleeves, run your pen, splash ink,

  Chinese calligraphy, in this stroke and one painting,

  Show the unique charm of Chinese characters.

  Oracle bone inscriptions and bronze inscriptions in the middle and late Shang Dynasty,

  It is the earliest Chinese character material found in my country.

  From the Xia, Shang and Zhou dynasties to the Western Han Dynasty, the long historical inheritance,

  Formed five script styles: seal, clerical, cursive, line, and regular script.

  Chinese people often say that "the word is like a meeting" and "the word is like the person",

  Today we can still communicate with the ancients through calligraphy,

  This is Zheng Banqiao's running script, and there is an eclectic soul between the lines.

  This is Yan Zhenqing's regular script, and the strokes are straight and loyal.

  This is a cursive script written by Zhang Xu and Huai Su.

  The dragon and the phoenix dance, the momentum is extraordinary,

  It shows the open-minded and uninhibited temperament of the literati of that era.

  Jin Dynasty calligrapher Wang Xizhi's "Orchid Pavilion Collection Preface" is known as "the first running script in the world".

  Not a single word is spelled the same throughout the text.

  There are more than ten ways to write the word "zhi" alone.

  The beautiful orchid pavilion is breathtaking.

  Looking back at dusk,

  Behind every piece of pen and ink,

  Standing there is a cultural treasure house that has been passed down for thousands of years.

  One stroke and one stroke,

  Chinese calligraphy is written in capital Chinese "people".

  Jointly produced by China News Network and Communication University of China

  Seller: Yu Lan

  Chief planner: Hu Fangmengqun

  Producer: Qin Yuming, Wu Qingcai, Qi Bin

  Editor's guide: Wang Jingwen, Zhao Xijing, Bai Xiaoqing, Zhou Xiaomeng, Sun Hongliang

  Editorial team: Li Yiying, Cao Hangyu, Yuan Zhiheng, Zhang Jing, Lu Yuying, Yin Le, Liu Qi

  English translation: Li Aike

  Coordinator: Wang Kai, Zeng Nai

  Editor: Wang Ning

Responsible editor: [Li Ji]