Woodblock printing originated in China nearly 2000 years ago. It was first used for printing on cloth, with the earliest surviving fragment being a piece of silk printed with flowers. It later became used on paper, and by the 10th century Buddhist scriptures and Confucian classics were in print - making the Chinese the first to use printing for text. Around 1040 AD, the Chinese also invented movable type in clay, and shortly afterword in wood. This is a more flexible system t
Chinese Brush Painting dates back to 4000 BC, with techniques being handed down from master to student. In contrast to what most of us are taught about art today, copying and perfection of technique was more important and more highly valued than self-expression. Chinese Brush Painting uses simple strokes of a paint brush to capture a single object or an entire scene. #Resorce
Chinese opera is a popular form of drama and musical theatre in China with roots going back to the early periods in China.
There are generally four main categories of roles: sheng (the male roles), dan (the female roles), jing (the painted face roles), and chou (clowns). Each category is further subdivided into distinct types. An actor typically trains for a single type of role within one category.
It is the actor that must convey the story, through voice, movement, and ges
Material Bacon Egg Green onion Soy sauce Rice Steps 1. Separate egg yolk and egg white. 2. Fry bacon. 3. Fry green onion and egg white. 4. Fry rice and egg yolk. 5. Fry all the things together and put soy sauce 6.Enjoy #ClassWork #Resorce