Inkstone
    Apr
    03
    2018
    Apr
    03
    2018
    Inkstone on inkstones
    Inkstone on inkstones
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    Inkstone on inkstones

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    Calvin Guan
    Calvin Guan
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    More than 50,000 inkstones are on show in Beijing this week.

    Inkstones – from which we take our name – are used to grind solid pigment into ink for calligraphy.

    They come in many forms, from the plain to the fantastically ornate.

    Which one do you think we are?

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    CALVIN GUAN
    CALVIN GUAN
    Calvin is a contributor to Inkstone. He is studying for a master’s degree in journalism at the University of Hong Kong.

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