Gen Zers in China Rediscover Retro Calligraphy and Colored Ink
If you consider
outdated, think again.
Old-timey art and writing instruments have been
making a comeback
, especially among Gen Zers in China.
Colored ink has been used in China since the
(1368–1644), but was only accessible to
It was made available to the
Republic of China
(1912-1949), and has gained a new audience in the
: A passionate group of
young female students
Ink lovers have formed close-knit communities and often take to social media to
their ink collections,
their works, and
with like-minded individuals.
Many are particularly fond of colored inks with
products are also trendy, in keeping with a growing awareness of
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