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Hong Kong calligrapher and photographer “Luo District” sends warmth and welcomes the New Year with Hong Kong citizens-Chinanews.com



On the 15th, many Hong Kong calligraphers and photographers entered the community to write “Fai Chun” for the community residents, take family portraits, and celebrate the Lunar New Year with the citizens.Photo by Liu Dawei



  (Grassroots in the New Year) Hong Kong calligrapher and photographer “Luo District” sends warmth and welcomes the New Year with Hong Kong citizens

Chinanews.com, Hong Kong, January 15th (Reporter Liu Dawei) “Send Blessings in the District and Move Forward Together – Hong Kong Calligraphers and Photographers Entering the Community to ‘Welcome Spring and Send Warmth’ Activity” was held in Quarry Bay and Shau Chai in the East District of Hong Kong Island on the 15th Co-hosted by the community. A number of calligraphers and photographers walked into the community to “wipe spring” for the community residents and take family portraits to welcome the Lunar Year of the Rabbit.

At the event site, calligraphers splashed ink and pens like dragons and snakes, and wrote a sentence of New Year blessings for the citizens. Photographers were busy in front of the curtain, leaving smiling faces for the citizens. Many citizens came here with their children, and specially dressed them in new clothes. There are also citizens who have just finished buying new year’s goods, holding the purchased flowers and waiting in line.

On the 15th, many Hong Kong calligraphers and photographers entered the community to write

On the 15th, many Hong Kong calligraphers and photographers entered the community to write “Fai Chun” for the community residents, take family portraits, and celebrate the Lunar New Year with the citizens.Photo by Liu Dawei

Yang Huang, director of the Hong Kong branch of the Chinese Calligraphers Association, told a reporter from Chinanews.com that the blessing he wrote most that day was “good health”. “‘Hui Chun’ is a custom of writing good wishes on paper in calligraphy to express good wishes for the coming year. Citizens’ wish for ‘good health’ reflects everyone’s hope that the new year’s epidemic will pass quickly and recover as soon as possible. Normal life.”

Wu Liancheng, permanent honorary president of the Chinese Photographic Society of Hong Kong, has been participating in activities to send blessings to citizens for many years. He told reporters that photography is an art form that can capture beautiful moments. As the New Year approaches, many citizens come to take family portraits, which can also reflect the joyful atmosphere of “family reunion”. (Finish)


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