Calligraphy and painting artist Li Fushun in Hainan Island, China created a 180-meter scroll

The Hainan Island Art Museum hosted an exhibition of the work of the calligrapher and artist of Hainan Island Li Fushun, "The 180-meter scroll" My Beliefs ", which looks like a time machine, allowing viewers to immerse themselves in the historical process of the forge of the Chinese Communist Party.


The long scroll of calligraphy and painting is 180 meters long and 2.4 meters high. It consists of 104 topics. It is executed in the form of traditional Chinese ink painting. It shows 103 major historical events since the founding of the party.


It vividly recounts the splendid history of the Chinese Communist Party since its inception. The 100-meter scroll is expected to be publicly exhibited first in Hainan and then displayed throughout the country in Shanghai, Guizhou, Jiangxi, Anhui, Beijing and other places.


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