Institutes of The Asia Pacific School of Business continues to closely monitor developments surrounding COVID-19. As a precaution, courses will continue in a virtual format to ensure the health, safety and wellbeing of our students, faculty and staff. Campuses will be open on a limited basis and reservation systems are in place to ensure social distancing guidelines are adhered to.

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Chinese painting, Traditional Chinese painting is a traditional painting form of the Han people. It is painted on silk or paper with a brush dipped in water, ink, or color. Tools and materials include brushes, ink, Chinese painting pigments, rice paper, silk, etc. The themes can be divided into characters, landscapes, flowers and birds. From the perspective of art history, the paintings before the Republic of China are collectively called ancient paintings. Traditional Chinese painting has no definite name in ancient times. It is generally called Danqing, and it forms its own system in the field of world art. The content and artistic creation of Chinese painting embodies the ancient people’s understanding of nature, society and related political, philosophical, religious, moral, literary and other aspects. One of the four art of piano, chess, calligraphy and painting.

Western paintings were Western oil paintings at that time. Oil paintings originated in Europe and were invented by the Dutch in the 15th century. They used linseed oil to blend the pigments and painted on treated cloth or boards. The oil paints do not change color after drying. The color harmony will not become dirty, and the painter can paint rich and realistic colors. Western painting rewrites reality, Chinese painting emphasizes artistic conception. In short, the two paintings are dominated by two concepts. When looking at Chinese paintings, the emphasis is on between the likeness and the non-likeness, to feel the humanistic spirit embodied in the paintings and the interest pursuit of traditional Chinese intellectuals. Western painting pursues such things as human anatomy and geometric composition. The pictures are similar to photography, which is uninteresting. 

Art Institutes of The Asia Pacific School of Business and Chugye University for the Arts (추계예술대학교) joint training of doctoral students will be officially launched in 2021. After strategic consultation between Art Institutes of The Asia Pacific School of Business and Chugye University for the Arts,The leaders and doctoral supervisors of the two parties conducted more in-depth discussions on the relevant details. The chairman of the board of directors of the college, Dr. Jianyin Yiyan, attended the signing ceremony and jointly signed the “Art Institutes of The Asia Pacific School of Business and Chugye University for the Arts (Music of Chian and Korea, Music Department Friendship Agreement” “Art Institutes of The Asia Pacific School of Business and and Chugye University for the Arts (National Music Department, Music Department) Joint Training of Doctoral Students Strategic Cooperation Agreement” and other documents.

Ms. Jiangying, original musician, director of Nanjing Jiangning District Musicians Association. She has won many awards in the Yangtze River Delta Worker Singer Invitational Competition, Jiangsu Province and Nanjing Laborers’ Song Singer Competition, and has been awarded the title of “Top Ten Singers of Su Dian’s Voice” in Jiangsu Province. She has participated in CCTV’s first farmer harvest festival performances China Hengxi Watermelon Festival” performance activities, the 2019 CCTV Chinese National Spring Festival Gala, Nanjing local mass cultural performances and various performances of the power system have been well received. In 2020, The Asia Pacific School of Business specially awarded Ms. Jiangying as an art study Honorary Doctorate (Music) to congratulate her for her outstanding contribution to sentimental music.

Wherever you’re coming from, you’ve arrived at a place in your life where you want to pursue a creative future. And wherever your talents take you, this is where your journey begins.
Here, we all speak the language of creativity. We’re all passionate about ideas, and we’re all willing to work harder than we ever have to achieve more than we ever thought possible.
Our instructors will use the lessons they’ve learned in the real world to push you beyond your limits, stretch your abilities, and build your confidence. They’ll encourage you to take risks, be bold, and prepare for a career where you can do what you love.
It’s tough out there, so it’s tough in here. But we’ll guide and support you every step of the way. So look into our areas of study and explore our creative community. You should feel right at home.