Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Porcelain Rabbit Graces Chinese City

The Year of the Rabbit is officially here in Asia and other parts of the world. In Jingdezhen City, China, also known as the "porcelain city" because of its porcelain-making history, a giant statue of a rabbit consisting of 30,000 porcelain plates dominates the landscape. I like it . . . a big white bunny with ruby red eyes. As long as rabbits are not on dinner plates for the menu, then I think it is a great celebration of my favorite lagomorph.