Hunan Young Man Creates World’s Largest Finger Painting

On May 26, a finger print painting named the “Descendants of the Dragon (metaphor for the Chinese nation)” created by Kuang Xianpeng, a young man from Zhuzhou, is certified on site by the Guinness World Record recorder as the world’s largest fingerprint painting. The work is 51.526 meters long and 23.195 meters wide, with a total area of 1195.15 square meters. It was created by pressing more than 4.8 million fingerprints, integrating features of the Nine-Dragon Wall in Beijing’s Beihai Park and the Six Arts of China (courtesy, music, archery, riding, writing, and math).

Translator: Yu Jiangjiang