On September 3, 2019, Huang Changming, a member of the Xiling Seal Society and the president of the Taiwan Seal Engravers Association, and Fu Yufang, the secretary-general, led the association's directors Liu Guanyi, Xiao Kaizhong, and Cai Changhuang to the Ni Dongfang Art Museum to conduct cross-strait activities. The signing ceremony of the seal carving cultural exchange base was witnessed by Zou Zheqing, head of the United Front Work Department of the Qingtian County Party Committee, Chen Xiaowen, head of the Stone Carving Industry Protection and Development Bureau, and Ni Dongfang, a master of Chinese arts and crafts. Chairman Huang Changming and China • An Liu Jianwu, chairman of the special group and museum curator, signed a cooperation agreement in a friendly and cordial atmosphere, and the two sides worked together to better inherit and carry forward the seal culture on both sides of the strait.
President Huang Changming never stops moving forward. Whether he is creating or academic research, he frequently mentions one sentence, that is, "Keep doing, keep doing". He attaches great importance to the promotion of Taiwan's young and middle-aged seal cutters and cultural and artistic exchanges with the mainland.
In the heart of President Huang Changming, seal carving and calligraphy are the common traditional art and culture of both sides of the strait. They have the same root and the same origin, and they can shine on both sides of the strait at the same time.
Before the signing ceremony, everyone from the Taiwan Seal Engravers Association and Master Ni Dongfang wrote the calligraphy. Mr. Ni Dongfang also presented the two seals engraved to the president Huang Changming and the secretary general Fu Yufang, and the three directors of the association also The Qingtian stone seal was carved on site to commemorate this unforgettable moment.
President Huang Changming said that the reason for today’s signing ceremony is that we have found like-minded partners. Both Mr. Ni Dongfang and Mr. Liu Jianwu are sentimental people who are willing to contribute to the prosperity and development of national culture and art. The exchange and integration of the two sides of the Taiwan Strait has helped.
Now that the cultural exchange base for seals, stones and seals on both sides of the Taiwan Strait is officially established, it is believed that traditional Chinese art and culture can have a broader stage and can exist in all aspects of people's lives in a richer form.