#Wugong世界奇木 #Taiwan endemic species "Pistacia chinensis", also known as regular wood, is also called rotten heart wood because the heartwood is perishable, but because of its beautiful wood grain, it is also called orchid heart wood. In the process of searching information, I accidentally discovered that after Confucius died, Kaimu is planted around the cemetery, so it is also called "Kongmu". In ancient poetry, There have been many traces of Kaimu, in terms of this historical positioning, Huanglianmu has a special meaning, "Models", there is a regular wood, naturally there is a model wood, Therefore, these two precious logs often appeared in the cemetery of ancient saints, People use the two log characteristics of model and model, and call them "models" as role models and model figures who are noble morals, high-spirited, and set examples. There is a lot of information about Pistacia, after all, from Confucius Period appeared among them, Although this wood is distributed in several counties and cities south of Central China, the Philippines and Taiwan, However, it is not so easy to obtain, and it is not common. This time, as the finale of the unique species of Wugong World Qimu in Taiwan, I often jokingly say that the wood grain of Pistacia chinensis is like tiger and leopard pattern. Then it is called General Tiger and Leopard? For processing, Pistacia chinensis is one of the logs that are difficult to process. Through hand-made pens, from the exquisite production of each part, the selection of logs to the levels, and finally polishing, Insist on hand-made, slow work and meticulous work, the purpose is to make the hand-made pen brand that has been in business for a long time, In addition to the special brush strokes and other settings, it also has a texture, It is not a vase, but has the purpose of writing and collecting at the same time. This time Taiwan’s unique series are all torpedo-types, without a clip, Only the logo of the brand appears on the nib. It stands to reason that the world Qimu series, It already has its own identification system, but "Taiwan Endemic Species", I hope it will meet pen pals with another simple and simple look.