This piece of calligraphy is an interpretation of a poem by Wang Zhi Huan from the Tang Dynasty. It is a part of a series titled Qi Shi, consisting of 14 poems. Artist Lim Tze Peng adeptly places the Chinese Character '龙', which represents the dragon, at the center of this piece. The Chinese dragon is strongly associated with power and majesty, and is the highest-ranking mythological animal according to the Chinese. The poem in the background reads: 黃沙直上白雲間, 一片孤城萬仞山。羌笛何須怨楊柳, 春風不度玉門關。
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