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Liuligongfang presents a new collection for the Year of Monkey

by Simon Yuen on Jan 27, 2016 in Products
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Our Monkey King, courtesy of Liuligongfang

Our Monkey King, courtesy of Liuligongfang

Liuligongfang has created a new collection of glass monkeys especially for Chinese New Year

Titled My Positive Outlook On Life is What Makes Me Remarkable, the collection consists of five works in total to celebrate the upcoming Chinese New Year.

Led by Loretta Yang, creative director of the brand and her design team, the collection has a highlight Our Monkey King, which is inspired by Sun Wukong, the main character of Journey to the West, one of the four great classical novels of Chinese literature. The product showcases Sun’s carefree attitude through extraordinary craftsmanship.

The Mindfulness of Three, Courtesy of Liuligongfang

The Mindfulness of Three, Courtesy of Liuligongfang

The Mindfulness of Three is another highlight with three monkeys symbolising hear the good, speak the good of life and see the good of life, with its main theme of encouraging people to face different challenges and be positive.

Little Winged Prodigy, courtesy of Liuligongfang

Little Winged Prodigy, courtesy of Liuligongfang

The collection is now available at the shops of Liuligongfang and the Tsim Sha Tsui branch of Eslite.

Forever Happy, courtesy of Liuligongfang

Forever Happy, courtesy of Liuligongfang

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