The Aesthetics of Martial Arts and Calligraphy


Caihong Jing;


Chinese characters and martial arts are two major cultural forms associated with human production and living. Calligraphy initially transferring information and psychological activity of the ethic group , gradually develops to a kind of art form; And as a life skill ,martial arts are of great importance to a person of life and death, which used to ensure ethnic groups' safety ,however, now it becomes an appreciative body language of common people. Chinese characters and martial arts belong to different cultural forms. Thought the two have different performances, but all roads lead to Rome. the similarity between structural form and mental state activities is amazing.


Martial arts, Calligraphy, Aesthetics


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