Liu Bingsen, male, Han nationality, is a native of Shanghai, although his original home is in Tianjin. He was born in 1937 and graduated from the Fine Arts Faculty of Beijing College of Fine Arts in 1962. He is a calligrapher.
Liu Bingsen, a calligrapher by trade, has published a number of Chinese calligraphic books, and is especially famous for his official script (Lishu) and regular script (Kaishu). He is also adept at running hand (Xingshu) calligraphy and cursive hand (Caoshu) Chinese calligraphy. In addition to his skill as a calligrapher, Liu has also worked at the Palace Museum in Beijing and been an executive member of the All-China Youth Federation. He has been a member of the 7th, 8th and 9th CPPCC National Committees.
He is vice-chairman of the Chinese Calligrapher Association.
|1998—2003||Member, 9th CPPCC, National Committee|
|1993—1998||Member, 8th CPPCC, National Committee|
|1988—1993||Member, 7th CPPCC, National Committee|
|Vice-Chairman, Chinese Calligraphers Association|
|Executive Council Member, Chinese Calligraphers Association|
|Executive Member, All-China Youth Federation|
|1962||Graduate, Beijing College of Fine Arts, Fine Arts Department Beijing Municipality|
|1962—????||Assistant Technician, National Palace Museum Taiwan, Taipei|
|1962||Assistant Research Fellow, National Palace Museum Taiwan, Taipei|
|1962—????||Associate Research Fellow, National Palace Museum Taiwan, Taipei|