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I visited the Asian Art Museum to see the exhibit on calligraphy. I was really interested to see the changing from basic logographic languages that can be seen throughout East Asia-China to Korea. Semaissiographic languages requires longer length of time to learn due to the unique cultural understandings of the symbolizing character meanings versus glottographic languages. The distinct language differences is difficult to convey to many individuals that have never study Indian Languages, East Asian Language or Native South American Languages (i.e. Quipu).
Nevertheless, as an individual that knows both Chinese and Japanese language, it was interesting to see the development of the modern versions of the characters. The traditional characters displayed in all different forms-legal magistrate documents to artistic poetic pieces. The part of the exhibit that I enjoyed was the period shift to artistic style calligraphy.
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