[Scroll] 'Ya Rahman' O compassionate
[Scroll] 'Katabahu al-hajj nur al-din mi quwanj jianj al-s?in 1428 H' Hajji [one who has gone on the pilgrimage to Mecca] Nur al-Din Mi Guangjiang the Chinese wrote it in1428 of the Islamic year 
[Scroll] 'Mi Guanjgiang hua er ling ling qi nian xia yue' Painted by Mi Guangjiang during the summer months of 2007
[Scroll] 'Mi Guang jiang zhi' Made by Mi Guangjiang
[Scroll] 'Bismillah al-rahman al-rahim' In the name of God the Merciful the Compassionate
Hanging scroll contained in a storage box
[Scroll] Hanging scroll, ink on paper, with calligraphy in Arabic reading 'Ya Rahman' (O compassionate); mounted on silk and fixed to a wooden roller at the top and a wooden stave at the bottom.
[Storage box] Long box for scrolls made of wood and lined with paper and brocade
The Chinese Muslim artist Haji Noor Deen Mi Guangjiang painted this hanging scroll in 2007. The calligraphy in Arabic reads 'Ya Rahman' (O Compassionate), one of the names given to God in the Qu'ran, and often combined with 'Ya Rahim' (O Merciful) when invoking Allah. The words are painted in black ink with large and thick strokes, using a distinct form of calligraphy, called sini, adopted by Chinese Muslim artists to write in Arabic.