Mino Aixiang painter Zeng Wenzhong’s exhibition, National Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, moved to debut

In order to promote the Hakka art, the Hakka Committee and the National Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall once again cooperated. Today, (13), at the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, the "Minong Township Thoughts - Zeng Wenzhong Invitational Exhibition" was held, and 47 oil paintings and watercolor works were exhibited. Li Yongde, the chairman of the committee, emphasized that Zeng's paintings are the love of his hometown Mino and the inheritance of Hakka culture. Welcome everyone to appreciate and feel the beauty of Hakka art.

Chairman Li said that both himself and Mr. Zeng Wenzhong were born in Kaohsiung Mino, and every time they saw Zeng's paintings, they seemed to return to their hometown Mino. The familiar old banyan tree, Bogong Temple and Heba are vivid, and Zeng teacher is better at it. Record each period of the gradual change of Mein with paintings, and lead everyone to re-care their native culture and Hakka culture with paintings.

Director Liang Yongfei of the National Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall pointed out that he was deeply touched by the Hakkas after understanding the reasons for Zeng's paintings. Therefore, he took the initiative to contact with Li's chairman, hoping to show Mr. Zeng's paintings at the Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall. Many people saw the beauty of Mino Hakka culture.

Mr. Zeng Wenzhong is a lifelong career with art teaching. After retirement, he devoted himself to artistic creation. He is good at painting and painting a series of huge oil paintings with the theme of watercolor and oil painting. The content covers the local customs, cultural characteristics and historical sites of Mino. And the natural scenery, to expound Hakka culture and the beauty of the local customs. Mr. Zeng also actively manages community art education, established the Mino Painting Society and the Community Art Center, and taught the community to study art free of charge. He also established the Zeng Wenzhong Art Museum, sponsored scholarships to hold art competitions to reward students, cultivate artistic talents, and inherit Mino culture.

From today (13) to August 7th, this exhibition continues to showcase the three paintings of Ms. Zeng's old streets, Mino River and Mino's pastoral stories at the National Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, and also records the beautiful localities of different eras. Feelings and traces of history. Everyone is welcome to watch the paintings of Zeng's saturated and colorful brushstrokes, and re-recognize the most dear land of love.

Source: Hakka Affairs Council