Chinese calligraphy 書法


“Găn xiè” means: thankful
“Chūn, xià, qiū, dong” means: spring, summer, autumn, and winter. The four seasons
“Ai zai qī xì” means: love is at Tanabata.
Left side: standard; right side: cursive. How to read: nü3, meaning: female/feminine

For the longest, for the life of me, I couldnt read the cursive form for this character until just the other day, it finally clicked for me. Finally I figured out that it was just the cursive form of ‘女’. The reason why I couldnt figure it out for the life of me was because in Japanese, theres this hiragana: め (me as in meh) Yes, that was quite a tricky one to figure out!