The four ancient Chinese artistic forms are called quyin, chess, penmanship, and painting; and penmanship particularly refers to Chinese calligraphy. Chinese calligraphy is a kind of art using a brush to write seal script, official script, regular script, running script, and cursive script, and other various writing styles of Chinese characters. The writing techniques of Chinese calligraphy are highlighted by the manner of using a brush, the way ink is used, the art of composition, and so on. Its harmonious beauty of art is reflected in between the lines. Chinese calligraphy exhibits its beauty in different poses, such as the uniqueness of the official script’s “silkworm head and swallow tail,” the regular script’s requirement to “stick to the norm and rules,” the characteristic of cursive script’s “flying dragon and dancing phoenixes,” and the distinctive “natural grace” of the running script. Indeed, Chinese calligraphy reflects the personality of Chinese people’s straightforwardness, dignity, and reticence.