Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest Nominees (Part 2)

By That's, July 3, 2019

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Voting for our first-ever Illustration Contest for Classical Chinese Poetry, sponsored by Jiahui International Hospital, is now in full swing. Let’s take a look at some more of the awesome entries we’ve received!

Category 3



Luo Bingwang

Goose, Goose, Goose, Hi!
You with a long-crooked neck sing to the sky,
Floating on green water by feathers in white,
With red-webbed feet stirring in blue dye.


ID: 0421028
Name: 李庄鹿鸣 Li Zhuang Lu Ming

Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest Nominees (Part 2)

ID: 0506127 
Name: 毛凤锐 Mao Fengrui

Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest Nominees (Part 2)

ID: 0509184
Name: Elisa Fah

Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest Nominees (Part 2)

ID: 0510215
Name: Stephanie Van den Broeke

Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest Nominees (Part 2)

ID: 0520503 
Name: 黄若伊 Huang Ruoyi

Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest Nominees (Part 2)

ID: 0520523 
Name: 谢奕岑 Xie Yicen

Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest Nominees (Part 2)

ID: 0531266
Name: Joy Li

Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest Nominees (Part 2)

Category 22



The Warble Ravine
Wang Wei

In quiet hear how bay-flowers fall to the ground—
The vernal hills at night are void around!
At times the birds are startled by the moon,
Whose climb is heard in the dale with a warbling tune.


ID: 0520706  
Name: 刘语瞳 Liu Yutong

Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest Nominees (Part 2)

Category 23



Bidding Farewell to Xin Jian at Lotus Pavilion
Wang Changling

Cold rains reigning the stream last eve, I got in Wu;
Seeing friends off this dawn, I saw forlorn Mount Chu.
In Luoyang should my folks and friends ask after me,
Tell them a heart’s in jade pot, pure as it can be.


ID: 0509194 
Name: 杨嘉琦 Yang Jiaqi

Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest Nominees (Part 2)

Category 24



A Note on a Rainy Night to a Friend in the North
Li Shangyin

You ask me when I am coming. I do not know.
I dream of your mountains and autumn pools brimming all night with the rain.
Oh, when shall we be trimming wicks again, together in your western window?
When shall I be hearing your voice again, all night in the rain?


ID: 0520708 
Name: 高希源 Gao Xiyuan

Chinese Poetry Illustration Contest Nominees (Part 2)

Category 25



Bamboo Mile Lodge
Wang Wei

Alone I sit in dark bamboo,
Strumming the lute, whistling away;
Deep woods that no one knows,
Where a bright moon comes to shine on me.


ID: 0424065  
Name: 吕佳雯 Lv Jiawen

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ID: 0520709   
Name: 石涵玉 Shi Hanyu

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Category 27



Hearing a Bamboo Flute on a Special Night in Luoyang
Li Bai

From whose house comes the voice of flute of jade unseen?
It fills the town of Luoyang, spread by wind of spring.
Tonight I hear the farewell song of Willow Green.
To whom the tune will not nostalgic feeling bring?


ID: 0520711  
Name: 吕可欣 Lv Kexin

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