Chang Kwang Wee 曾广纬

(B. 1936 – )

Chang Kwang Wee 曾广纬 (Singapore)

Born in 1936 in Chao’an, Guangdong Province, China. When he was tenth,  followed her mother to his father’s business island at Giri, Indonesia, where she completed primary school. At the age of thirteen, he came to Singapore to study at Zhongzheng School. After graduating from high school, he entered the Teacher Training College and trained for two years to become a qualified teacher. His life is tied to calligraphy. He started to learn and practice the Weibei Calligraphy font daily since primary school, from the continuous learning, self-participation and understanding, self-taught, gradually he formed his own font and style.  

1993 to 2003, he served as the president of the Moyuan society for ten years.  

1994, he organized the Lion City Calligraphy Engraving Society with his fellow students. 1996, After retirement teaching calligraphy is his main job. Calligraphy art,  implicit representation, advocating harmony, seeking refinement, rhyming. He is a humble, generous elder. His calligraphy is smooth, rich yet interesting, elegant and generous, a Confucian style. 









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