Session 16 and Students’ Exhibition – Chinese Calligraphy for Beginners

After a party and no work done at Session 16, students’ work were hung in the Willoughby Council’s lobby where they will be on display for a month.

The students all brought food and had a party instead of a class on the last day of term:

 

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I have retired from teaching Chinese Calligraphy.  I wish all my students success in their future endeavours.

About Mary Tang

An urban orchardist everyday, a volunteer regularly, a poet sometimes and a blogger since March 2015. I travel when I can. Food is a constant.
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14 Responses to Session 16 and Students’ Exhibition – Chinese Calligraphy for Beginners

  1. These look so lovely, Mary! Congratulations on finishing a fine project! Have fun with whatever you do next! :)

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  2. Dalo 2013 says:

    Very cool, I love the last shot ~ it is like the crowning achievement and also a great way to bow out of the teaching gig :-) Wonderful display of art and emotion.

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  3. Sunshine Jansen says:

    Well done, Mary! I work in the field of continuing education so we talk constantly about ‘lifelong learning’ and ‘personal enrichment’; I have no doubt you’ve enriched your students’ lives with this patient art. On to the next thing! :)

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  4. angela1313 says:

    I am glad your teaching ended on a high note. The exhibit looked very nice. Having tutored for many years I can understand your desire to retire.

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  5. arlingwoman says:

    What a fabulous looking party and a beautifully hung show. I hope you enjoy your retirement, Mary!

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  6. wfdec says:

    What a wonderful display. You should be rightly proud of your students and you teaching.

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