Huang Zunyu was born on January 1, 1941 in Chaoyang, Guangdong, and graduated from university.
He began his calligraphy studies in the 1960s, starting with the lower case, first copying Wang Xizhi’s Huangting Jing and Wang Xianzhi’s 13 lines of the Jade Tablet, with a rigorous and gradual approach.
In the twenty-first century, he studied regular script under Zheng Dingrong, seal script and official script under Zhang Huisheng, and running script under Liang Zhiwen.
In 2012, he began to participate in national calligraphy competitions and won many prizes, including the silver medal in the national calligraphy and painting competition to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Liberation Army; the silver medal in the national calligraphy and painting competition to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the victory of the Long March of the Red Army; the silver medal in the 5th First Prize in “Ode to the Great Man, Chinese Dream” National Calligraphy and Painting Competition; Gold Prize in “Commemorating the 70th Anniversary of Victory in the Anti-Japanese War” National Calligraphy and Painting Competition.
In 2018, he obtained the title of national calligrapher.
Since 2015, she has been teaching writing to the elderly in the streets, mainly in regular script, but also in running script. In order to meet the needs of teaching, she has written several books, including “Calligraphy for a Long and Healthy Life”, “My Calligraphy for Health”, “Yueyanglouji Regular Script Script Sticker”, and “Walking Script Tutorial”. “Cursive Calligraphy Tutorial”, etc.
In 2017, calligraphy works were invited to participate in charity sales in the street, and the proceeds were donated to the widows and orphans in the street.
In 2020, his calligraphy works participated in charity sales again, and the proceeds supported the fight against epidemics in Wuhan.
His calligraphy works have been exhibited in Guangzhou Liuhua Park, Yuexiu Park and Culture Park for many times. His calligraphy works have been collected by many calligraphy enthusiasts.
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