CHINA CHINESE HUBEI INK-BRUSH-WRITTEN NOVEL RECORDS

CHINA CHINESE HUBEI INK-BRUSH-WRITTEN NOVEL RECORDS

Yang Chunguang, the writer of longest ink-brush-written novel, practices calligraphy, in Xingtai city, north China's Hebei province, 31 July 2019. Yang Chunguang receives a certificate of the record of longest contemporary ink-brush-written novel from Shanghai China Records Headquarter in Xingtai city, north China's Hebei province, 31 July 2019. The novel has over one million characters and is 3000 meters long in total. (Imaginechina via AP Images)

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July 31, 2019 04:39:51 PM
August 01, 2019 10:33:53 PM
Jin Shuhuai
ICHPL Imaginechina
Jin Shuhuai - Imaginechina
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Fiction, Books and literature, Entertainment, Arts and entertainment
China, Chinese, Hubei, Ink-brush-written novel, Records, Tradition
Xingtai, HEBEI, CHINA
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