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Sunday, January 22, 2012
Year of the dragon & a marble steps complaint
The Chinese New Year is celebrated on January 23rd.
In this post we begin the year of the water dragon with a link to an amazing poem:
Marble steps complaint
by Li Po/
Vase with tiger and dragon -
, Toronto, Canada
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