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Donors: Mr Chen Chi Cho and Ms Lo Shui Fun

Mr Chen Chi Cho and Ms Lo Shui Fun donated 15 items of Chinese painting and calligraphy including the precious calligraphy works by the Qing dynasty scholars who got the first three positions in the highest imperial examination: Liu Chunlin (Number One Scholar), Zhu Ruzhen (Second), Shuang Yanliu (Third), and also other successful candidates like Kai Youwei.

  
Couplet in running script
WU Peifu (1874 – 1939)
Hanging scroll, ink on paper
Donated by Mr Chen Chi Cho and Ms Lo Shui Fun
 
      
  Calligraphy in running script
  1934 
  LIU Chunlin (1872 – 1942)
  ZHU Ruzhen (1870 – 1942)
  SHANG Yanliu (1874 – 1963)
  ZHANG Qihou (1873 – 1944)
  A set of four hanging scrolls, ink on paper
  Donated by Mr Chen Chi Cho and Ms Lo Shui Fun
 
  Couplet in running script  Couplet in running script
  Couplet in running script
  1930
  LIU Xuexun (1855 – 1935)
  Hanging scroll, ink on paper
  Donated by Mr Chen Chi Cho and Ms Lo Shui Fun


 
Donors: Mr and Mrs Pao Yi Min

The Museum received 103 pieces of Chinese inkstones, dating from the Eastern Han to the 20th century, donated by Mr and Mrs Pao Yi Min. Most of them are Duan inkstones, She inkstones, Chengni inkstone and Tao (he) inkstones, which are popularly known as the "Four Famous Inkstones" in China. Among the highlight pieces are works with inscriptions by renowned Qing master Huang Xin Tian.

     
 
Inkstone with sun, fish and dragon design and with inscriptions by Xin Tian
Qing dynasty (1644 – 1911)
Donated by Mr and Mrs Pao Yi Min
 
  
Circular inkstone with inscriptions by Xin Tian
Qing dynasty (1644 – 1911)
Donated by Mr and Mrs Pao Yi Min

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