LONGEST 'ZHUAN SHU HUI CHUN' CALLIGRAPHY


SMJK SAM TET

01 Feb 2019

SMJK SAM TET, IPOH.

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On February 1, 2019, SMJK Sam Tet has once again earned a mark in the Malaysia Book of Records for the ‘Longest “Zhuan Shu Hui Chun” Calligraphy’ featuring Chinese New Year couplet. The Zhuan Shui Hui Chun calligraphy was first used as the official written language during the Qin Dynasty in the Spring and Autumn war. The 621.20-meter long calligraphy was made possible by 1,800 students from SMJK Sam Tet and 80 students from SMK Jati and SMK Convent.



KALIGRAFI 'ZHUAN SHU HUI CHUN' TERPANJANG

Pada 1 Februari 2019, SMJK Sam Tet sekali lagi mencipta nama dalam Malaysia Book of Records untuk Kaligrafi 'Zhuan Shu Hui Chun' Terpanjang sempena Sambutan Tahun Baru Cina. Kaligrafi 'Zhuan Shui Hui Chun' mula digunakan sebagai bahasa tulisan rasmi semasa Dinasti Qin dalam perang Musim Bunga dan Musim Luruh. Kaligrafi sepanjang 621.20 meter itu dihasilkan oleh 1,800 pelajar dari SMJK Sam Tet, 80 pelajar dari SMK Jati dan SMK Convent.