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A Mauser Pistol

The Stories of A-Q (2)
Pictured by Cheng Shifa

A Strange Thing
Pictured by Wang Guanqing

Zheng Banqiao
Pictured by Wang Yiqiu

The Growing Experiences of an Orphan
Pictured by Chen Yunchang

Secret of a Sculpture of Buddha
Pictured by Pan Honghai

Trapped at White Tiger Sanctum
Pictured by Yan Meihua
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.

Concerto

Shoot the Dog Star

Girl in the Graveyard

The Fool Who's Reading SMS
     

Traditional-Painting

Paper-cut

Engraving

Canvas

Folk-custom

Comics

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The original Chinese idiom:
"Ju3 Zu2 Qing1 Zhong4": "ju", lift or move; "zu", foot; "qing", light; "zhong", heavy; it means that a slight move of the foot would have great influence.
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