NANJING, China, June 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- On June 8, 2016, Chinese calligrapher Li Shuangyang, a distinguished consultant of Beijing Yi Lu Culture Communication Co. Ltd, was in Times Square with Yilu Academy of Calligraphy and became the first Chinese calligrapher to appear in Times Square.
Li Shuangyang was born in China's Jiangsu Province and now lives in Nanjing City. Li is one of the representative figures of China's young calligraphy artists and is a rising star who is also considered a genius. Li Shuangyang is also the founder of Yilu Academy of Calligraphy.
Yilu Academy is an academy which studies ancient Chinese cultural and calligraphy. Yilu Academy of Calligraphy was founded by Li Shuangyang and is located next to the Qinhuai river and Nanjing Arts Institute.
Yilu Academy of Calligraphy takes "inheriting the classics and decorating our lives" as an aim and seeks to increase the popularity of calligraphy, cultivating the calligraphy among a younger generation, and displaying the calligraphy culture. Yilu Academy of Calligraphy is a non-profit civil society organization of culture and has established a platform for the majority of calligraphy enthusiasts to study, create and discuss calligraphy.
Yilu Academy of Calligraphy advocates the spirit of Chinese ancient academies and displays traditional Chinese culture. Yilu Academy of Calligraphy has ordinary and advanced calligraphy classes, organizes academic exchanges, art exhibitions and other activities.
The debut of Li Shuangyang and Yilu Academy of Calligraphy in Times Square is regarded as an exciting announcement for Chinese calligraphy providing more interest in Western Art culture. Li Shuangyang and Yilu Academy of Calligraphy are expected to become the symbol of Chinese calligraphy worldwide.
SOURCE Beijing Yi Lu Culture Communication Co. Ltd.