Yun Hsiang, the Chinese Dragon

Yun Hsiang, the Chinese Dragon

Yun Hsiang, the Chinese Dragon

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Cecilia and David Gore

Yun Hsiang, the Chinese Dragon, is a middle row jumper. Yun, Cecilia’s given name, means sea foam, and Hsiang means harmony in Chinese. He is painted in eye-catching colors of rich blue, gold, and red.

Yun Hsiang is holding a large pearl-like orb with Cecilia’s maiden name, Chen, illustrated in a black Chinese character within the opalescent luminous layering of the sphere. Traditionally, dragons are often represented with a giant pearl that symbolizes wealth, good luck and prosperity.

Yun Hsiang may look a little intimidating but he is a typical Chinese dragon, always kind, gentle and wise. He also loves celebrations and he gives great rides on the carousel.

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