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108 Flowers - Book 4 • 14m

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    In the shadows of the pagodas in Xian, I saw the pomegranates hanging proudly.

    Along with other treasures, the pomegranate came to the Chinese by way of the Silk Road. It is a fruit of many seeds and, therefore, symbolizes many children. It also is a fruit of Buddhist teaching. It is rock solid,...

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    Lady Yu was the wife of Hsiang Yu, a mighty warrior of the south. Her spirit exemplified loyalty and endearing, everlasting love.

    Poised, the flower emulates Lady Yu in her silk dress, dancing with a sword in the wind.

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    I began this series of lessons with small flowers. I had just finished teaching plum and thought it would be fun to do a few other small flowers. I selected only a handful, including primrose.

    Chinese have this word Yuán meaning "things and people come together in mysterious ways." I had no idea...