Wu Liang Yu's figures are characterized with a red tie which is part of every Chinese student's uniform. To Wu and many young artists growing up under the Communist regime, this also represents the expectations of society towards youths. The child, with its heads held high and its right hand raised, signifies the pride the child ought to have when singing to the nation. A star is placed underneath each sculpture, rendering the overall composition of the child to be that of a trophy prize that a parent can bring home and display to others.
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