Noor AlDeen says: “In our modern world, we cannot let the unique treasures in history to be forgotten or to leave the wonderful diversity of traditional art of calligraphy as it is a form of detailed artistic expression”.
He added: “Arabic writing existed since 1,300 years in the ancient times in China, where mosques and houses and restaurants were decorated with paintings made by Quranic verses holy sayings. I combined the Arabic calligraphic in a Chinese style, it is not only a style of a painting, but a blending between the Arab and the Chinese culture, “noting that a large number of Chinese do not know the Arabic language, but they taste the calligraphy and the Chinese-style of writing.
In addition, he invented the Arabic writing in a Chinese style and developed it to the link between the beauties of the two lines to generate a very beautiful painting. The writing of the Chinese calligraphy is made in a vertical manner and the single word is a whole mass, while the Arabic calligraphy is written casually and that every word consists of several letters.
The Chinese calligrapher finishes the calligraphy in few minutes while the Arabic calligrapher takes longer time that sometimes last days to finish his manuscript. When I asked Noor AlDeen the difference in time of completion, he replied: “Paper quality varies as the Chinese writing uses the brush on the quality of paper that dries very quickly, so the Chinese calligrapher should be quick and careful in the corners and curves of the letters, while the Arab calligrapher uses a cane – Bamboo- on a type of papers that allows him the freedom of time.
Haji Noor AlDeen studies the Chinese calligraphy in seven basic ways, namely: Rihani style, which is the line used in the Quranic verses, also the Pen Line used to write the religious books, the broad line, and Alrasm to draw graphic formats, such as houses and flowers using the Arabic letters, in addition to Alreesha style which is like the canes in its sharp angles and another style of writing which is similar to the Kufi style. All of them in the Arabic language, but Chinese-style.