Friday, November 30, 2012

Chinese Nazi cross or Buddhism Swastika?

The other day one of my students was wearing this glove.
As you can imagine I teased her about it.

I think it is very funny and interesting.
In China the Swastika doesn't have any strong Nazi connotation. 
It is still a powerful Buddhism symbol. It means eternity and to be good.





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