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Chinese guardian lions, also called Fu Lions, lions of Buddha, or sometimes stone lions (石獅, Pinyin: Shíshī) in Chinese art, is a common representation of the lion in pre-modern China, which is believed to have powerful mythic protective powers that has traditionally stood in front of Chinese Imperial palaces, temples, emperors' tombs, government offices, and the homes of government officials and the wealthy from the Han Dynasty (206 BC-220 AD), until the end of the empire in 1911.
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Do you know the meaning of the bronze deer statue?
Deer in Chinese culture generally represents wealth and freedom, and also represents the meaning of health, beauty, rights, etc. In short, ancient Chinese deer is commonly used on totem.
Deer Culture is also a very important part of Chinese culture. There are deer in the works, and the deer embossing on the Buddha's seat.
At Shang Dynasty rock paintings in Inner Mongolia also have the most deer. It is obvious that China has already given the deer a variety of good meanings.
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