Line Drawn on Purported Corruption in Calligraphy

To judge from warnings by Chinese Communist Party officials, the calligraphy racket can be as sordid and ruthless as a rigged wrestling match.

To judge from warnings by Chinese Communist Party officials, the calligraphy racket can be as sordid and ruthless as a rigged wrestling match.

Source:: Line Drawn on Purported Corruption in Calligraphy

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