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Zen and the art of ink-wash maintenance

A visitor admires ink-wash artwork at Shanghai’s Jade Buddha Temple. Launched at the weekend, the free exhibition displays over 80 traditional Chinese paintings about the daily life of a boy monk and his meditation on the Zen. The exhibition runs through Saturday. The Chinese ink-wash paintings were created by renowned artist and cartoonist Quan Yingsheng.— Ti Gong

A visitor admires ink-wash artwork at Shanghai’s Jade Buddha Temple. Launched at the weekend, the free exhibition displays over 80 traditional Chinese paintings about the daily life of a boy monk and his meditation on the Zen. The exhibition runs through Saturday. The Chinese ink-wash paintings were created by renowned artist and cartoonist Quan Yingsheng. — Ti Gong

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