Kuan Yin

Create a golden dragon twirler to send heartfelt wishes out into the world!

For centuries, dragons have been represented in cultures throughout the world, though attitudes towards them differ. Chinese Emperors used the dragon as symbols of power, nobility, and divine descent for at least 6,000 years. We can find many dragons on furniture, clothing, jewelry, and decorations throughout the palace in Kuan Yin.

In Chinese Buddhism, artists depict the dragon as a symbol of spiritual power, wisdom, and enlightenment versus the worldly power of imperial rule. This is the type of dragon that appears to Ling and Miao Shan to assist the sisters in response to Ling’s heartfelt compassionate wish.

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Kuan Yin

Taught by: Maya van der Meer & Wen Hsu

$17.95 - Hardcover