Red Dragonfly April 28, 2022 by Michael Lai in Uncategorized Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Red? I’ve never seen a red one before. Red is a positive symbol in China right?
Hope all is well with you Bro.
Yes, red is the color for Chinese.
I am seeing dragonflies of blue, red and the more common orange these days. HK is becoming warmer, I suspect other species are coming in.
I am OK, touch wood.
Hope all is well with you too 🙂
Blue and red? Nice. We’re as ok as can be. Xie xie. Trying to make do in a crazy world… Take care bro.
Blue is mainly for pottery and death related ornaments.
We are now in a crazy world with so much false information, systematically pretending to be real and can be trusted!
Crazy is the appropriate word.
Blue for death? How amazing? I didn’t know. But surely all the delicate blue Chinese pottery is outside of that relation, right?
Blue is related to sadness.
The blue in pottery was possibly imported from countries beyond the western boundary.
Blue lanterns are hung at the doors to signify death of a family member,
There is so much misinformation around.
very interesting. Blue is a positive colour in the West. I didn’t know about the blue lanterns. In Mexico they place a black ribbon tied in a sort of “Lavallière”.
White in the West is a symbol of purity. (Hence wedding dresses), while I understand in Vietnam (and China maybe?) white is the colour of grief.
I like our exchange of symbols. No misinformation there. Be good Bro
White is the dress color in funerals; whilst black may also be adopted.
I have digressed a bit on misinformation; I mainly refer to the news on the current war / cause/ responsibility etc. Regards, Michael
I understand the digression. Cheers.