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Videos of Lingnan Penjing Show in Daliang, China

May 25th, 2011 | By
Videos of Lingnan Penjing Show in Daliang, China

Here I have uploaded two videos taken in the Lingnan Penjing (Southern bonsai) show held in Daliang, China. In this video, you can see how a bonsai tree has seamlessly grown into a rock in a landscape bonsai. Visit this post – Lingnan Penjing Show in Daliang China – for more about the bonsai show
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Lingnan Penjing Show in Daliang China

May 24th, 2011 | By
Lingnan Penjing Show in Daliang China

With other committee members of Institute of Lingnan Penjing Hong Kong, I attended the Lingnan penjing (meaning: Southern bonsai) show which was hosted by 大良盆景協會 (literal translation: Daliang Penjing Association) earlier this month. It was amazing to see so many beautiful southern style penjing all put together in one place.



Bonsai Exhibition in Hong Kong Flower Show 2011

Mar 30th, 2011 | By
Bonsai Exhibition in Hong Kong Flower Show 2011

The annual Hong Kong Flower Show was held from March 11-20 at Victoria Park in Causeway Bay this year. While the flower show was more or less the same like last year’s, the bonsai exhibition inside the flower show was great. There were more bonsai displayed this year, and the overall quality of the bonsai was higher.



Antique Chinese Pottery and Figurines in Qu Yi Garden

Mar 15th, 2011 | By
Antique Chinese Pottery and Figurines in Qu Yi Garden

Besides all the 1000+ beautiful bonsai, suiseki stones and figurines, there also is a very long gallery filled with ancient bonsai pots in Mr. Wu Cheng-Fa’s amazing bonsai gallery in Shenzhen – Qu Yi Garden (趣怡园).



Suiseki Stones & Figurines in Qu Yi Garden

Mar 8th, 2011 | By
Suiseki Stones & Figurines in Qu Yi Garden

As said in the post – Visiting Qu Yi Garden – A Big Big Penjing Gallery, the bonsai gallery of Mr. Wu Cheng-Fa (Chairman of Hong Kong Penjing and Artstone Society) does not only have thousands of penjing, but also a huge gallery of antique bonsai pots and a show room of figurines and suiseki stones.



Visiting Qu Yi Garden – A Big Big Penjing Gallery!

Mar 1st, 2011 | By
Visiting Qu Yi Garden – A Big Big Penjing Gallery!

Last Friday, with many fellow members of our bonsai club (Institute of Lingnan Penjing, Hong Kong), we visited Mr. Wu Cheng-Fa’s amazing bonsai gallery in Shenzhen – Qu Yi Garden (趣怡园 aka Tracy Penjing Gallery). Mr. Wu Cheng-Fa is the Chairman of Hong Kong Penjing and Artstone Society, as well as WBFF international consultant. Obviously he is one bonsai enthusiast. But moreover,



Suiseki Exhibition in 2010 Guangzhou International Bonsai Invitation Exhibition

Feb 15th, 2011 | By
Suiseki Exhibition in 2010 Guangzhou International Bonsai Invitation Exhibition

In 2010 Guangzhou International Bonsai Invitation Exhibition, aside from the fascinating bonsai, there was also a suiseki exhibition, showing some amazingly beautiful rocks. I am sorry for the delay, but I am sure many of you would like to check out photos of the rocks in the suiseki exhibition nevertheless.



Good Fun with Figurines in Bonsai

Jan 18th, 2011 | By
Good Fun with Figurines in Bonsai

Penjing lovers like using bonsai figurines to decorate their penjing (bonsai in Chinese).  Most of these figurines are the traditional Chinese clay figurines of historical or mythology figures.  But in the 1st Institute of Lingnan Penjing Competition, I found that beside my use of Doraemon in my penjing, some of my penjing club fellow members
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1st Institute of Lingnan Penjing Competition

Jan 13th, 2011 | By
1st Institute of Lingnan Penjing Competition

As a step to promote penjing (bonsai in Chinese) to the public and add some spice and fun for our club members, Institute of Lingnan Penjing, Hong Kong (香港嶺南盆景藝術學會) held its 1st internal competition on December 12, 2010 at its workshop in Yuen Long. Every penjing club member was requested to participate in the competition.



Use of Chinese Figurines in Penjing

Dec 13th, 2010 | By
Use of Chinese Figurines in Penjing

There is something that one can often find in a Chinese penjing but never in a Japanese bonsai. That is Chinese figurine. As mentioned in an earlier post – Figurines in Penjing, instead of focusing on the tree itself, Chinese penjing artists work on creating a miniature natural scene in a bonsai pot or on
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