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The lotus leaf is a symbol of cleansing and purity. In Asia, it thrives in silty ponds. In the Song Dynasty, a writer from China used this plant to describe the relationship between people and the environment: “Live in the silt but be not imbued”. It means people should maintain their own good will and morality no matter what circumstances they encounter.
For the site near Harding Street, the spectators will experience a wave of lotus leaves. There will be various arrangements. Some leaves
Medium type: Ceramic
Date created: 2010
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