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1. Celestial Melody Erhu Bookmark

The two-stringed erhu has been called “the Chinese violin.” Both instruments share many similarities in technique, but the erhu boasts a longer history than the viol family of bowed instruments. The erhu is capable of producing a wide variety of sounds, from imitating elegant sounds of nature to the plaintive cries of a grieving mother.

DETAILS

• 1.02”(W) x 3.07” (L)
• 24K Gold Plated

2. Celestial Melody Pipa Bookmark

For thousands of years, the plucked pipa has reigned as the “king” of Chinese folk instruments. Also known as the Chinese lute, the pipa embodies many key features of traditional Chinese belief. Its length (3.5 chi) represents heaven, earth, man, and the five elements. Further, the four strings represent the four seasons. 

By itself, the pipa expresses a vast array of emotions and colors – from the elegant footsteps of young maidens to the perils of war. The Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra features pipa in tandem with classical orchestra – an utterly unique sound.

DETAILS

• 1.25" (W)  x 3.50" (L)
• Stainless Steel, Gold Plated

3. Elegance of the Yi Bookmark

Bright song erupts from the mountains of southern China. For thousands of years, the Yi ethnic group has populated those rolling forests with their vibrant, simple lifestyle. Known for their rainbow skirts and lively steps, the ladies of the Yi ethnic group happily spread cheer through song and dance.

This young lady will keep your place as you embark on a dance of your own.

DETAILS

• 2" x 2.5"
• Stainless Steel, Gold Plated

 4. Handkerchiefs in Flight Bookmark

Let the quickly turning handkerchief spur on the turning pages of your book. Originating in the Song Dynasty (960-1279), the "yang ge" is an iconic folk-dance style that has evolved into many regional variations. The Shandong Province version uses splendid whirling handkerchiefs that seem to, and in fact often do, fly through the air.

DETAILS

• 0.984” (W)  x 3.27” (L)
• 24K Gold Plated Stainless Steel

5. Lady of the Moon Bookmark

Lady of the Moon is a Shen Yun dance that tells the story of Chang’e. Chang’e is married to legendary archer Hou Yi whom she loves dearly, but after she drinks an elixir of immortality, she must leave her husband behind to live on the moon.

This bookmark allows the goddess of the moon to peek out from between the pages of your book.

DETAILS

• 1.57”(W) x 3.24”(L)
• 24K Gold Plated

6. Manchurian Elegance Bookmark 2019

Back in the 17th century, the ladies of the Manchurian court styled their hair around elaborate headdresses and wore long, colorful qipao robes. These gege ladies stepped daintily in their signature “flower pot shoes”—elevated shoes named for the shape of the heel, usually two to six inches high.  

The Shen Yun piece Manchurian Elegance inspired the design of this bookmark.

DETAILS

• 0.98”(W) x 3.15”(L)
• 24K Gold Plated

7. Monkey King Bookmark

Clever, daring, and full of mischief – the irreverent Monkey King is among the most beloved figures in Chinese literature. Journey to the West details the times and trials of this magical monkey. After wreaking havoc in the heavens, Monkey is trapped under a mountain for five hundred years. Finally, he is freed to protect the hapless Tang monk on his search for sacred Buddhist texts.

On stage, Monkey joins Shen Yun to overcome evil in dramatic story dances. As a bookmark, he readies to defend your page in the most mischievous way possible.

DETAILS

• 1.75” (Width) x 3.25” (Length)
• 24K Gold Plated

8. Sleeves of the Tang Palace Bookmark

A palace lady of the Tang Dynasty (618-907 C.E.) casts aloft her long, silky sleeves in front of a pond of pure lotuses. Her “water sleeves” cascade through the air, bringing to life an era of ancient splendor to see you off on a journey into the pages of your favorite book.

DETAILS

• 1.73” (W)  x 3.125” (L)
• 24K Gold Plated Stainless Steel

9. Sweeping out the Tyrant Bookmark

Qin Hui was the most wicked official in Chinese history. He caused the death of the country’s greatest hero—the loyal general Yue Fei—and brought about the collapse of the Song Dynasty (960-1279 C.E.). Legend tells of a Buddhist monk who taught Qin Hui a lesson by sweeping him out of a Buddhist temple. The monk appeared crazy but was in fact a sage with supernormal powers. Let this incredible monk keep you company as you flip through the pages of your favorite book.

DETAILS

• 1.57” (W)  x 3.19” (L)
• 24K Gold Plated Stainless Steel

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