Chinese Calligraphy at the Federation of Filipino Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry

Chinese calligraphy experts, enthusiasts, students were treated to one day demonstration and art exhibit at the exhibition hall of the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry in Muelle de Binondo street in Binondo, Manila.

Filipino-Chinese calligraphers

Federation of Filipino -Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry Inc. building

The one day event was well-attended, teachers, students from well-known Filipino-Chinese schools like Saint Jude Catholic School, Saint Stephen, Philippine Cultural College, Hope Christian School, Grace Christian College among others were on hand at the opening.

Saint Jude Catholic School students grade 9 and 11

Chinese Calligraphy

stage area

Master Chua Hu Hua

I also met Mr. Reynaldo Ong de Jesus, Master Chua Hu Hua and Mr. Dewey Tan among others were at the exhibition hall of the building.

Mr. Dewey Tan

The federation members also have a room with hundreds of grocery bags to be donated to the victims of taal volcano eruption.


There were also a mini-bonsai exhibit from the personal collection of Master Chua Hu Hua– who is also a bonsai artist.

To cap the opening of calligraphy exhibition, a sumptuous lunch buffet was also prepared by the organizers.

Celebration of the 10th Anniversary of Chinese Calligraphy and Paintings

The Filipino- Chinese community together with several artists group, students and professionals were in full force at the ground floor of the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Inc. Building located at Muelle de Binondo, Binondo, Manila.


The celebration theme is ” Spring Festival Culture and Art Exhibition” featured several artists, students, professional ones. This also coincide the arrival of spring and Chinese New Year.


Federation of Chinese-Filipino Chamber of Commerce and Industry officers, invited guests, members of different art associations and schools.


paintings featuring horses


different kinds of fruits, under the sea paintings


Master Chua Hu Hua posing before his bonsai and art works


Chinese calligraphy with poems


Mr. Dewey Tan


Mr. Reynaldo Ong de Jesus ( right) , Ms. Judy Tan ( principal of Saint Stephen High School)  together with art association members.

There are no entrance fees at the exhibition which is open from 8:00 am until 4:00 pm, the art and calligraphy exhibit will run until January 28, 2019.





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