ANCIENT WISDOM: A CHINESE CALLIGRAPHER'S TALE

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Capital Books, Incorporated, 2002 - Art - 114 pages
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For all seekers of truth and wisdom - modern calligrapher P.Zbar introduces us to the ancient wisdom of Chinese calligraphy in this spiritual tale of the scholar Chu Shui Hu . Calligraphy becomes his path of metamorphosis when he is sent away to the mountains of Zhongnan Shan to find the greatest secret of Chinese life. Thus begins Hu's mystical journey into his own soul to gain deeper wisdom, to grow, and to unlock the secret powers of chi.

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About the author (2002)

: P.Zbar has spent decades exploring the world, studying ancient languages, art, poetry, natural history, and Chinese calligraphy. Though he has published many books on a wide range of topics, he believes an "established" writing persona shadows the reader's imagination and artificially places the author on a self-limiting path. P.Zbar is the name he has chosen for this work. He lives in Washington, D.C.

Philip Z. Trupp is an aquanaut for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. He was the first journalist/explorer to live and work beneath the sea in Hydrolab, America's first underwater habitat. An elected Fellow of the Explorer's Club, he is the author of numerous books and writes for many national and international magazines. He lives in Washington, D.C.

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