It is a philatelic collection of my blog.
I collected horse ,painting -in particular the classical paintings of women,and Japanese painting.
In addition, I have been collecting China's postmark, the Chinese New Year stamp collecting materials,I also interested in the various countries of the FDCs.
I hope my blog can bring happiness to you so that you share my enthusiasm......

17 January 2009

wishes my happy birthday!

16 January is my birthday, wishes my happy birthday! The life health; Is carrying happiness to forever!”Under the joy, only the respect hoped that my wife health, entire family is harmonious and is joyful.

15 January 2009


In the morning, I am finally receive American stamp merchant H.R these three philatelic materials. he sells the philatelic materials price is somewhat expensive, now thinks that I felt suffered a loss.


Luxembourg Mr. William SERRES philatelic exhibits work《THE HISTORY OF PAPER AND PRINTING》I like it very much. Looks at it frequently, studies, this work is editing and creates my work《Horse to humanity's contribution》to have the very big inspiration regarding me.

13 January 2009

Cross-strait "Three Direct Links" start

2008, Dec. 15---The Chinese mainland and Taiwan started direct air and sea transport and postal services on Monday amid warming ties, ending a 59-year ban on such links.
The Chinese people will certainly accomplish the complete reunification of the country.

"The Artist's Mother".

James Abbott McNeill Whistler was an American painter and etcher, who assimilated Japanese art styles, made technical innovations, and championed modern art.
The Artist's Mother (1871) popularly known as Whistler's Mother .The primary title of the portrait of his mother, Anne Matilda McNeill Whistler, which he painted when she visited him in London, It is a nearly monochromatic (single-color) composition of rectangles -- the baseboard, the curtain, the picture frames, the rug -- that is broken by the asymmetrical profile of the woman.
It is ironic that the portrait of Whistler’s mother, noted in its day for its lack of sentimentality, is regarded today as a glorification of motherhood.

USA 1934.the stamp exists in both Rotary Press Printing and Flat Plate Printing.

the South China tiger

China to issue stamps of the South China Tiger

They are about the southern Chinese tiger nature protection area postal service propaganda postmark
The controversial South China Tiger photographs by Shaanxi Provincial farmer ZhouZhenglong(周正龙) were proved fake. ......
The South China tiger, also called the "Amoy" or "Xiamen Tiger," is widely believed to be extinct in the wild. It is thought to be the ancestor of all tigers, according to the World Wildlife Fund.The South China Tiger is the most Critically Endangered (IUCN) of all of the living tiger subspecies.
The tiger is considered critically endangered, mainly due to a loss of habitat. By 1996, the tigers numbered only 30 to 80, according to the World Conservation Union's Red List of threatened species.Wild populations are less then 30 animals. In addition to wild populations, about 50 individuals live in zoos, all located with-in China.