Originally posted by destiny326 at 2007-4-11 14:22
What did you try to tell us?
Can you explain something about the picture?
It refers to the dyeing of various fibre textiles, printing skills and printed and dyed textiles. In ancient China people attached manually patterns to the fibre textiles with the natural dyestuffs. This method is handed down until now. In the Han Dynasty there emerged wood-block printing combined with hand dyeing. In the Tang Dynasty the method of printing and dyeing was adopted. Recently this method was adopted in wax dyeing, zha dyeing and tea cloth printing. Some of the colourful printed patterns are made by the direct mould-paper printing or by beating the cloth onto the pattern engraved wood block. In the south of the Changjiang River and Xinjiang they use wood block to print while in the south of Zhejiang Province the pattern- engraved board layers are widely used. more
[ Last edited by icestonezjj at 2007-4-17 08:28 AM ]
Originally posted by nichols at 2007-4-21 02:44
i can't see it......
The liuqin is a plucked musical instrument, which also belongs to the pipa (four-stringed lute, a traditional Chinese instrument) category. It is named liuqin or liu ye qin because it is made from the wood of the willow tree and also its appearance is similar to the willow leaf.
The look and structure of a liuqin resemble that of a pipa very much. The structure of the earliest liuqin is very simple. Its appearance is so rustic and localized that the Chinese people gave it the very affectionate name of tu pipa, in which the Chinese character tu means rustic and simple.
Originally posted by icestonezjj at 2007-4-24 08:33
The liuqin is a plucked musical instrument, which also belongs to the pipa (four-stringed lute, a traditional Chinese instrument) category. It is named liuqin or liu ye qin because ...
The scene is the two chess master-hands sitting among the plum blossom and bamboo and playing chess. The warm red color symbolizes the flames of war around them nicely. The ambience is filled with tense but the two master-hands press hard on each other acting like invincible generals. All the expressions of the two men seem on the verge of breaking out through the actions above. On the other hand, a little guy is rocking the fan for the boiling water, which compose another lively picture. more and more words and pictures about it