Zou Weibiao is currently a member of the Guangzhou Calligrapher Association, a member of the Liwan District Calligrapher Association, and serves as a director and special calligrapher at the China Culture and Art Research Center. He is also a member of the Guangdong Couplets Association, a committee member of the Guangdong Couplets Association’s Clerical Script Division, and a special calligrapher at the Guangdong Couplets Association’s Painting and Calligraphy Institute.
Zou Weibiao was a student of the first calligraphy and seal carving class at the Guangdong Cultural and Historical Institute in 1978. Over the course of several decades, he has tirelessly honed his calligraphy skills, undertaking systematic studies of calligraphy inscriptions from the Qin, Han, Jin, Tang, and modern eras, as well as the works of renowned calligraphers. Drawing from a wide range of influences, he has developed a distinctive style characterized by its adherence to classical scripts and a tranquil and natural demeanor.
Zou Weibiao’s calligraphy has been featured in numerous domestic and international art exhibitions over the years, and his work is collected by calligraphy associations, governmental and religious institutions, businesses, and individuals in countries such as Indonesia, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, and Southeast Asian nations.