Fan Huabing, male, born in Yibin, Sichuan in 1942. The honorary chairman of the United Nations Artists Association, the honorary president of the National Academy of Painting and Calligraphy of China, and the famous calligrapher of China are particularly outstanding in the list. His four-foot calligraphic works "Zhushi" and "Yunshanyuan" were collected by Japanese friends for 190000 yuan. Calligraphy is based on Tang Kai and compatible with various styles of Han and Wei dynasties, forming a unique artistic style that is thick, simple, natural and full of poetic and painting implications.
In 1993, he created the 57-meter calligraphy scroll "Spring in the East", which was praised by the national leaders. In 1995, the "bamboo stone" was presented to Comrade Hu Jintao. In 1996, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Long March of the Red Army, the title of the TV series "Years of the Long March" broadcast by CCTV was inscribed. In 1997, the word "mountain" was collected by Fuji Murayama, former Prime Minister of Japan. The word "dragon" was collected by the former Prime Minister of Japan, Ryotaro Komoto. In 1999, Comrade Jiang Zemin created a 73-meter calligraphy scroll for state-owned enterprises, which was collected by Wuliangye Group. In 2000, to commemorate the centenary of the birth of Marshal Chen Yi, he created a century-meter long volume of Chen Yi's poems and calligraphy for CCTV special report. In 2006, he created a long scroll of "Hundred Cattle Map". He won the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award in the second "Lanting Cup" competition of Chinese calligraphy and painting, and was awarded the honorary title of Chinese calligraphy and painting leader in 2011. In March 2012, Fan Huabing, Shen Peng and Fan Zeng won the honorary title of "International Most Influential Artist", and jointly became the cover figure of "International Most Influential Artist Style Collection". In 2013, he was awarded the title of "the most influential person in the world", "the world's first calligrapher" and other honorary achievements.