鄭善禧 CHENG SHANHSI (b.1932)

Chen Shan-Hsi was Born in Fujian Province, China. He moved to Taiwan in 1950 and received a degree in Arts from the National Tainan Teachers College. He graduated from National Taiwan Normal University in 1960. In the past, he taught at the Chiayi Minsyoung Elementary School, Taipei Muzhe Zhongxing Elementary School, National Taichung Teacher College and National Normal University, he remained teaching at his Alma Master until his retirement in 1991, where he received an “Honorary Professor Award”. He has won the first prize in the 1965, 1966, 1968, and 1969 provincial traditional Chinese painting competitions for teachers; the second during 1967, the first in the 1965 and 1967 provincial traditional Chinese painting competitions, and won the “Cultural and Art Award IX” and “Traditional Chinese Painting Prize IX” from Cultural and Art Council during 1968. His recent exhibitions include: “Solo Exhibition” (2014, The General Association of Chinese Culture); “Three Masters of Art: Calligraphy and Ink Paintings by Yu Chen-yao, Shen Yao-chu, Cheng Shan-Hsi” (2014, National Museum of History); “Chen Shan-Hsi Colored Ink Solo Exhibition” (2017, National Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall).

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