Southeast Asia Color

April 05, 2013

Southeast Asia Color - Sacred Chinese dragons

One of the great joys of escaping winter in Southeast Asia is exploring colorful Asia, from the tropical flowers and tropical fruits to the colorful festivals like Thaipusam, Chinese New Year and Eid ul-Fitr.

While walking Asia around Georgetown, Penang , ( we always walk or get around by bus as we like to explore our world by ground level as much as possible),  we came across these colorful huge ceremonial incense things.

 I don't always understand the sacred rituals I see in Asia or around the world, but just the fact that we humans find ways and the time to pray,  moves something in my heart. These colorful prayer vehicle dragons brought joy to our hearts, so sharing this photo with you!

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