An Underwater Ink painting of Macao after returning to the motherland

An underwater ink painting of macao after returning to the motherland

CGTN published this video item, entitled “An Underwater Ink painting of Macao after returning to the motherland” – below is their description.

The creator of Underwater Ink painting, Zhang Mingcong, draws a painting of Macao’s rapid development after returning to the motherland. Underwater Ink painting is a painting created in and existing in the water. The “pens” of Underwater Ink painting are bottles with syringes on the top. Zhang took eight years to create the Underwater Ink painting. Have a look!

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