Taiwanese miniaturist carves poem on pencil lead

2015-05-11 06:31:27 GMT2015-05-11 14:31:27(Beijing Time)  ecns.cn
Taiwan’s famous miniaturist Chen Forng-shean shows the poem he carved on a 0.5mm pencil lead - “Song of a Wandering Son” by Tang Dynasty poet Meng Jiao (751-814). Chen carved the well-known Classical Chinese poem to mark Mother’s Day and also show thanks to his mother who encouraged him in his career in art. It took him 10 days and five failed attempts to finally finish the artwork. (Photo: China News Service/Chen Xiaoyuan)Taiwan’s famous miniaturist Chen Forng-shean shows the poem he carved on a 0.5mm pencil lead - “Song of a Wandering Son” by Tang Dynasty poet Meng Jiao (751-814). Chen carved the well-known Classical Chinese poem to mark Mother’s Day and also show thanks to his mother who encouraged him in his career in art. It took him 10 days and five failed attempts to finally finish the artwork. (Photo: China News Service/Chen Xiaoyuan)
Taiwan’s famous miniaturist Chen Forng-shean shows the poem he carved on a 0.5mm pencil lead - “Song of a Wandering Son” by Tang Dynasty poet Meng Jiao (751-814). Chen carved the well-known Classical Chinese poem to mark Mother’s Day and also show thanks to his mother who encouraged him in his career in art. It took him 10 days and five failed attempts to finally finish the artwork. (Photo: China News Service/Chen Xiaoyuan)Taiwan’s famous miniaturist Chen Forng-shean shows the poem he carved on a 0.5mm pencil lead - “Song of a Wandering Son” by Tang Dynasty poet Meng Jiao (751-814). Chen carved the well-known Classical Chinese poem to mark Mother’s Day and also show thanks to his mother who encouraged him in his career in art. It took him 10 days and five failed attempts to finally finish the artwork. (Photo: China News Service/Chen Xiaoyuan)
Taiwan’s famous miniaturist Chen Forng-shean shows the poem he carved on a 0.5mm pencil lead - “Song of a Wandering Son” by Tang Dynasty poet Meng Jiao (751-814). Chen carved the well-known Classical Chinese poem to mark Mother’s Day and also show thanks to his mother who encouraged him in his career in art. It took him 10 days and five failed attempts to finally finish the artwork. (Photo: China News Service/Chen Xiaoyuan)Taiwan’s famous miniaturist Chen Forng-shean shows the poem he carved on a 0.5mm pencil lead - “Song of a Wandering Son” by Tang Dynasty poet Meng Jiao (751-814). Chen carved the well-known Classical Chinese poem to mark Mother’s Day and also show thanks to his mother who encouraged him in his career in art. It took him 10 days and five failed attempts to finally finish the artwork. (Photo: China News Service/Chen Xiaoyuan)
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