Cǎoshū 草书is a cursive script (also known liter. as grass script) used in Chinese calligraphy. It is said that it was highly appreciated in Emperor Wu of Han reign (140–187 AD).

kǎishū 楷書 is the regular script often called standard script, emerging between the Chinese Han dynasty and Three Kingdoms period.

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