Li Zhuojian, born in 1955, is a native of Xinhui, Guangdong Province, with the name of Baisha Xuezi and Maolong Daoist. He is a member of the Chinese Calligraphers Association, a member of the Chinese Couplet Society, the third and fourth director of the Guangdong Calligraphers Association, and the president of the Xinhui Calligraphers Association. In 1987, he was one of the authors of the “Chaoxia Project” of the Guangdong Provincial Federation of Literary and Art Circles, an exhibition of eight outstanding young and middle-aged calligraphers from Guangdong Province, including Zhang Chengguang, Chen Chusheng, Zhou Shujian, Li Xiaoru, Pang Guozhong, Lan Guanghao, Li Zhuomian, and Ye Yaocai. The exhibition was successfully held in Guangzhou, establishing his position in the Lingnan calligraphy world. His works have been selected for the 5th National Exhibition of Calligraphy and Seal Carving sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, the China Federation of Literary and Art Circles, and the Chinese Calligraphy Association, the 98th Lanting Award, the 8th National Group Star Award, and other major national exhibitions. His works were collected by Zhongnanhai and included in the Zhongnanhai Collection of Calligraphy. He was awarded the Excellence Award at the International Chinese Painting and Calligraphy Fair and the Silver Medal Award at the International Cultural Exchange and Calligraphy Exhibition in Japan. In 2003, he became a member of the Chinese calligraphy delegation headed by Shen Peng, the president of the Chinese Calligraphy Association, and visited Korea to exchange calligraphy skills. 2013, for the first time, his Maolong calligraphy “Iris Flying, Fish Leaping, Tiger Standing, Dragon Coiling” was displayed at the Louvre in France, contributing to the promotion of He has contributed to the promotion of Maolong calligraphy. He has been awarded the title of “Outstanding Young and Middle-aged Member of the Guangdong Provincial Federation of Literature and Art” and “Outstanding Literary Artist” by the Jiangmen Municipal Government.
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