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NIKON CORPORATION
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chinese Love by Der-Funf chinese Love by Der-Funf
Chinese design for love.
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:iconqueenolympia:
This is pretty :)
I learn both Japanese and Chinese and this is traditional Chinese character as well as the Japanese kanji for love
...I still think this is pretty...
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:iconder-funf:
Thanks a lot my dear !
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:iconytowlet:
YTowlet Dec 16, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
glad to see chinese here!
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:iconanubis-yu:
好么,在这儿还能看见康有为的字
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:iconwangshanhan:
你还能看到我的字,(*^__^*) 嘻嘻……
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:iconlongxiaolong:
LongXiaolong Jan 15, 2012  Hobbyist Interface Designer
哈哈!其实是康有为的书法吧!
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:iconwangshanhan:
爱憎分明啊!
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:iconder-funf:
Sorry I do not speak chinese !
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:iconkarlwalker:
KarlWalker Apr 21, 2011
愛憎分明. Clear love and hate.
康有為 was a Chinese scholar, noted calligrapher and prominent political thinker and reformer of the late Qing Dynasty. He led movements to establish a constitutional monarchy and was an ardent Chinese nationalist. His ideas inspired a reformation movement that was supported by the Guangxu Emperor but loathed by Empress Dowager Cixi. Although he continued to advocate for constitutional monarchy after the foundation of the Republic of China, Kang's political ideology was never put into practical application.(from Wiki)
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lixuantattoo Jun 26, 2012  Professional Traditional Artist
All true, but I suppose people still might not understand that the 3 characters running vertically in the bottom left corner are the name Kang Youwei 康有為...just wanted to make that clear!
It seems unlikely that phll751 has an actual Kang Youwei piece in his home, but then again the West did pillage quite a bit around China in those days...
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