Lingao county is one of the poorest county in China. However, this impoverished place has inherited significant culture better than any other developed major cities in the country.
It was back in March 2004, when Xueyuan Wang and his friend Jun Wang started Lingao County Calligrapher Organization (LCCO).
They devoted themselves to the dissemination of Chinese calligraphy culture.
“We only had 12 people when we first started, but now we have over 150 members. We have our own publication and newspaper,” said Xueyuan Wang, the founder of LCCO.
In Chinese calligraphy, the way you write every stroke is just as important as the content.
You are the way you write.