This piece was extracted from one of the final assignments of a Massive Open Online Course, China Humanities: The Individuals in Chinese Culture from Harvard University that I have just completed successfully. In this essay (which this post is derived from), I tried to interpret the painting named “Fish and Fish Hawk” by Zhu Da (朱耷) (1626-1705). I was elated when my essay was one of the work picked up by Professor Peter Bol, the lead academic for this MOOC for the final discussion of this course!
I have proven in this story that the simplest of all possible solutions is in fact the best and cheapest too. Read how I spent just RM500 (US$125 or less) to put in a system to safeguard the authenticity & security of my former university college's academic testamurs.