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A Mauser Pistol

A Strange Thing
Pictured by Wang Guanqing

Sleeping Beauty in the Pleasure Ground
Pictured by Xie Shuyi

Love
Pictured by Wang Guan'qing

Romance of West Chamber
Pictured by Wang Shuhui

Qing-E
Pictured by Zhang Xiaofei

My Father Deng Xiaoping (5)
Pictured by Ye Xiong
Young Chinese generations' art works. The teenage authors learned a great deal from the west, and integrated the western drawing skills and styles with Chinese traditional drawing skills.

Japanese Girl

Peachblossom

Battleplan

Magic
     

Traditional-Painting

Paper-cut

Engraving

Canvas

Folk-custom

Comics

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Key
Depend on Somebody for A Living
The original Chinese idiom:
"Ji4 Ren2 Li2 Xia4": "ji", depend; "ren", somebody, another person; "li xia", under the fence. It means, "Writing articles imitating others and has no innovation".
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