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IN THE NEWS
Education for Chinese Orphans (EChO) Members Travel to China
Two members of EChO traveled to China in the Fall of 2009 to begin the journey to create the first school in China. Learn more about their trip by visiting the EChO blog at blog.echoinchina.org
Scrolls From China featured in the business section of the Bend Bulletin (3/20/2007)
Robert Tadjiki leads a life that doesn't necessarily move in straight lines. It can be like that when you live by the heart…. (read more
Good Morning Central Oregon (12/06/2006)
Co-founder Robert Tadjiki talks about Scrolls From China in a one on one interview with local media celebrity Kristi Miller.
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USA TODAY Newspaper Award (10/19/2006)
Robert Tadjiki, co-founder of Scrolls From China, was honored nationally today by USA TODAY newspaper for being selected to their 2006 All-USA Teacher Team. USATODAY.com Article USATODAY.com Profile Meet The Award Recipients Bend Bulletin Article KTVZ NBC News Video
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GALLERY EVENTS & ART SHOWS
Portland Classical Chinese Gardens Art Show (ongoing)
Scrolls From China artwork is permanently on display and available for purchase at Portland Classical Chinese Gardens. See full Press Release
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Scrolls From China art on display at Portland Classical Chinese Gardens (12/14/2006)The Scrolls From China Chinese wall scrolls will now be permanently displayed at the Portland Chinese Classical Gardens. The gardens, renowned for their beauty, attention to detail and authenticity, will now have a selection of our wall scrolls displayed and available for sale year-round. Portland Chinese Classical Gardens is located at 239 NW Everett St. in Portland, Oregon. Proceeds from the sale of wall scrolls on-line or from the Garden will go directly to the Chinese Gardens and the artists in China. This is an exciting partnership between Scrolls From China and the Portland Chinese Classical Gardens.
Scrolls From China adds watercolors, silks, and prints (12/1/2006)
Scrolls From China just launched as part of its inventory watercolors, silk art pieces and prints. This branch into additional art pieces gives the novice art lover an affordable piece of beautifully inspired art starting at $35. Chinese Scrolls have been the foundation for what Scrolls From China offers and now offering these additional pieces gives a greater variety. Chinese Wall Scrolls can still be commissioned for anyone wanting bamboo wall scrolls or plum blossom wall scrolls or any other Chinese wall scroll that someone desires.
Please contact us for additional information on commissioned wall scrolls.
Maui Interior Designer commissions artwork (09/25/2006)Scrolls From China has been commissioned to do a Chinese wall scroll for an interior designer who specializes in design with Asian influenced themes. The designer is based on Maui in Hawaii.
Scrolls From China sponsors adoption conference (09/15/2006)Scrolls From China will be a Silver Sponsor of Great Wall China Adoption's "East Meets West" national conference on October 21, 2006 in Minneapolis, MN. This is the only national conference dedicated to China adoption in the U.S.
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