Monday, October 5, 2009
The Chinese version of these lamps is very unique. They spread light to each of the four corners of the room and are simple and elegant. Chinese people make five different sizes of lamps. The “baby’s bottom” is a miniature class and can be made in many shapes. The second one is the tall and cylindrical “rolling paper”. The third one is the popular “big red”, which is a round mid-sized lantern. The last two are the differently shaped “crystal magic” and “Buddha’s gastronomy”.