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Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Examination held on May 19-20, 5 subjects including calligraphy

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Taiwan Straits Network on April 3 According to the Xiamen website, according to the official website of the Fujian Provincial Department of Education, the registration of the Chinese calligraphy and painting level examination in the first half of 2018 ended before the working day. Statistics from the examination center of the Ministry of Education showed that the total number of applicants at the test centers in our province totaled 7,628, a year-on-year increase of 28.15%, setting a new record high.

In the first half of 2018, the Chinese calligraphy and painting level examination is scheduled for May 19th to 20th. The five subjects of calligraphy, hard calligraphy, drawing, animation, and color are all graded 1-6.

The Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Level Examination is a skill training and evaluation system for the national calligraphy and painting learners sponsored by the Ministry of Education Examination Center. Those who pass the examination can get a certificate issued by the examination center of the Ministry of Education.

Original link: http://news.xmnn.cn/xmnn/2018/04/03/100343459.shtml

Original title: Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Level Examination May 5th to 20th

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