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A Mauser Pistol

The Soles in the Ore
Pictured by Lu Wen

There is Always Someone Stronger
Pictured by Lu Yanguang

Liuhe, the Boy Who Filled the River
Pictured by Dai Dunbang

Sleeping Beauty in the Pleasure Ground
Pictured by Xie Shuyi

Pictured by Cao Hui

Brave Princess
Pictured by Zheng Jiasheng
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.


My Friend and I

Pan Changjiang(stager)








Take a Drastic Measure to Deal with A Situation
The original Chinese idiom:
"Fu3 Di3 Chou1 Xin1": "fu", caldron; "di", bottom; "chou", take out; "xin", firewood.
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