This character is only used to describe biang-biang noodles, a speciality of Shaanxi, and was probably invented – it doesn’t appear in standard Chinese dictionaries. Another clue is that the videos showing how to write it vary in their stroke order:
I have been mounting paintings. I love painting ancient bronzes, especially the Gu:
More bronzes, including a bell, plus leafy sea dragons!
Autumn and winter:
I found this video writing standard script with good brushwork. The phrase being written is
This is the second part of the expression
Dàoxué tōng zhèngshì, qīngyóu chàng shī huái
The whole expression means Study Confucian principles to understand the political affairs; Leisurely travel lets you write poetry to your heart’s content.
I painted this postcard to show the bitter icy winds we have had here recently.
At a recent local art exhibition I sold 2 pictures – humorous frogs!