Women winners of TSMC calligraphy and seal carving competitions

Focus Taiwan
Date: 2017/03/19
By: Sabine Cheng and Kuo Chung-han

Taipei, March 19 (CNA) Two high school students and an artist, all women, won the

From http://www.tsmc-calligraphy.org/award.html

top honor in three categories of the ninth TSMC (Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company) Youth Calligraphy and Seal-Carving Competition, as the awarding ceremony was held in Taipei on Sunday.

Lee Chia-yen (李嘉晏), a freshman of National Hsinchu Girls’ Senior High School, won the first prize of the clerical and regular script category with a couplet of Yuan Mei (袁枚, 1716-1797), a Qing dynasty poet.

Chang Pei-hsien (張珮嫻), a junior of Taichung Municipal Hui-Wen High School, won the first prize of the cursive and semi-cursive script category with an excerpt of an essay of Su Shi (蘇軾, 1037-1101), a Song dynasty poet.

Artist Lo Shu-chiao (羅淑嬌), who has learned seal-carving for 11 years, won the first prize of the seal-carving category with three characters “Lion Heart” (獅子心).

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