PureInsight | April 11, 2005
A strong little girl is stepping on a three-legged toad
While holding a banner that says, "Falun Dafa (or Falun Gong) is good."
The girl says, "I will see to it that the toad no longer booms its ugly song!"
The toad has a wide mouth and a pair of protruding eyes. In China, it usually dwells in ponds, swamps, rice paddy ponds, or other types of muddy, filthy places. It is a natural inhabitant of such water environment as lakes, swamps and rivers known as the words Jiang Ze in Chinese. The word, inhabitant, corresponds to Min in Chinese. Hence, the words, Jiang Ze Min, can be used as a metaphor for the toad.
The writing in the painting:
Falun Dafa is a righteous Fa.
Created in Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.
The Golden Brush: Traditional Chinese Artist, Zhang Cuiying