Wednesday, April 09, 2008

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My neighbor brought this back from China but forgot what the text meant... I am hoping somebody will get wordy in the comments to let us know what it is written here!! including the small print... thanks!

Update: Mistery solved thanks to eastcoastlife!:
It means : Calligraphy by a kid. The small prints tell us about the writer's name, class and age. She's Sun Jing, 9 years old in grade 2.
Terracotta Army detail, Xi'an, ChinaImage via Wikipedia


22 comments:

  1. Don't ask me..It just looks VERY WORDLESS to me!! smile!!
    hope all is well with you...Sandy

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  2. Can't help you sadly.. Nice shot though! Happy WW

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  3. Wellllllll... it's not gonna be ME! We have one that Amanda brought home from Korea that says Derek in Korean. It's got pretty flowers painted on it too... I always wondered why she got HIS name put on it instead of maybe Krysti?! LOL!

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  4. It has to be me then!

    It means : Calligraphy by a kid

    The small prints tell us about the writer's name, class and age. She's Sun Jing, 9 years old in grade 2.

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  5. I think it says that Mar is super cool with a great blog. :)

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  6. See, it's very usefull to have friends all over the world ! I am a little disappointed about the text, I thought it would be something more "spicy", lol !

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  7. Thanks to ECL. I would not have known what it meant!

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  8. Done by a child? Then it's just been transformed to cute. *grin*

    And I must say, that child has GREAT penmenship. lol

    Write From Karen

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  9. That is so cool that you could post that here and then Eastcoastlife could tell you what it meant. Lovely shot. By the way, I'm doing a rain dance for you. I hope you will get some soaking rains soon.

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  10. Wow, and I thought what was written meant some nice wisdom or thoughtful words :D

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  11. Wow, I'm impressed. How nice of your neighbor to bring it back to you. (I would personally make up my own story...Mark Twain says never let the truth get in the way of a good story!)

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  12. Thank God that one is solved!
    Happy WW, and thx for visiting me!

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  13. *bummer* I was hoping it were something really nasty.... *giggles*

    Thanks for your nice comment on my blog for the loss of my mom.

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  14. I love the Chinese characters, they are beauitful, pieces of art.

    Happy WW!!

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  15. What is calligraphy to a child is a work of art to others! :) It looks great on your wall.

    Thanks for your commnet the other day by the way :)

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  16. Wow that child has great calligraphy skills. How great to have something from another country and made by a child.

    happy ww!

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  17. Thanks for sharing - You know I love Chinese Art!

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  18. It's gorgeous! To us, art; to that child, maybe it was "just writing"!

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  19. It's ths small prints here that are the key. Most Chinese would understand. That's why we do not understand what -- oh heck - well the small prints maight be under censorship.

    Great WW

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