Lunar New Year 2019 – The Tiger

A yellow and black-striped tiger lays out on a lawn. The tiger lantern's size is in contrast to the bankground of skyscrapers - at half their size, with people looking diminutive in comparison in the middle groun=d

“The Tiger lantern represents happiness, wealth, peace and prosperity…. The sign on this tiger’s forehead spells ‘king’, which is common in most Chinese symbols depicting a tiger… The zodiac symbol of the tiger can be characterised as enthusiastic, courageous and ambitious. The tiger is a born leader.” Art by Malaysian-born Kevin Bathman, who has worked in Sydney and other cities

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