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Qilin on house lamp post

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Sorry, the resolution is not so clear, but this pair of qi lin on the two front pillars of the gate of this home has one of the widest smiles around.


Location: The Tan family resident (next door to) the new development that had just TOP: Jewel @ Chuan Hoe



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1. The Ying Fo Fui Kun is one of Singapore oldest clan associations, located in Telok Ayer Street.


2. Even if one wants to place Qi Lin's on a property or even outside the property;


3. The Qi Lin(s) must either be full bodied "prosperous looking" or have a "charming smile." Not those fearless or fierce looking ones.


4. This Ying Fo Fui Kun has FOUR: Yes! FOUR QI LINS outside the property! There are TWO adult qi lins and two smaller baby cub qi lin closer to the inner pillars.


5. Both the adult Qi lin's and cub qi lin's each have a "pearl ribbon" wrapped over their neck. Here, fire controls "metal".


6. The qi lin that has the widest smile is the smaller baby one (on the right side) where, I had taken the most photos.


7. The photos are non-3d, so does not do justice to the "smile" of the baby cub qi lin. But go look at it from various angles.. it looks playful and has a huge generous smile! This implies harmony for both the "dwelling" and passerby!


8. The original building in the 1822's was not adorned with these qi lins as can be seen in one of the plagues on the wall.



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Further to what I had mentioned about the Qilin On House Lamp Post


Location: The Tan family resident (next door to) the new development that had just TOP: Jewel @ Chuan Hoe


The above Tan family residence uses a similar pair of Qi Lin (Chi lin) of the Thian Hock Keng Temple located at Telok Ayer Street.


Notice the Qi Lin's smile? The one that always have the largest smile is on the right side (when standing facing the qi lins).



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More photos: Green Qi Lins and a unique Lion statue

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On 12/14/2009 9:00:38 AM, Anonymous wrote:
In my opinon, quite a "sweet"
friendly well-endowed qi lin
on a home's gate pillar.
Chinese call it Qilin while
the Japanese call it Kirin.


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Location: Stagmont area, Chua Chu Kang

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On 2/23/2011 11:29:37 AM, Anonymous wrote:
More photos: Green Qi Lins and a unique
Lion statueOn 12/14/2009 9:00:38 AM,
Cecil Lee wrote:
In my opinon, quite
a "sweet"
friendly well-endowed qi
lin
on a home's gate pillar.
Chinese call it Qilin while
the
Japanese call it Kirin.


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Maybe the owners dream of having brainy children?
Chidren that can go to University and become a doctor?
If not, why does the two qi lins in the attachment have such huge brains?

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On 7/13/2012 7:19:15 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Location: Stagmont area, Chua Chu KangOn
2/23/2011 11:29:37 AM, Cecil Lee wrote:
More photos: Green Qi Lins and a
unique
Lion statueOn 12/14/2009
9:00:38 AM,
Cecil Lee wrote:
In
my opinon, quite
a "sweet"
friendly well-endowed qi
lin
on a home's gate pillar.
Chinese call it Qilin while
the
Japanese call it Kirin.


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A pair of elephants on top of this main gate pillars

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On 9/30/2012 10:02:29 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Maybe the owners dream of having brainy
children?Chidren that can go to
University and become a doctor?If not,
why does the two qi lins in the
attachment have such huge brains?On
7/13/2012 7:19:15 PM, Cecil Lee wrote:
Location: Stagmont area, Chua Chu
KangOn >2/23/2011 11:29:37 AM, Cecil
Lee wrote: >>More photos: Green Qi
Lins and a >unique >Lion statueOn
12/14/2009 >9:00:38 AM, >Cecil Lee
wrote: >In >my opinon, quite >a
"sweet" >>friendly well-endowed qi
lin >>on a home's gate pillar.
Chinese call it Qilin while
the >Japanese call it Kirin.


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This Chinese restaurant @ Aperia Mall, Kallang displays a pair of an old school pair of qi lin(s).

This version is rarely or never found in homes. More like it belongs to the Ming Tombs or rather guarding the Ming Tombs of China


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On 2/23/2015 7:10:16 PM, Anonymous wrote: >>More photos: Green Qi>>Lins and a >unique >Lion statueOn>>12/14/2009 >9:00:38 AM, >Cecil Lee>>wrote: >In >my opinon, quite >a>>"sweet" >>friendly well-endowed qi>>>lin >>on a home's gate pillar.>>>>>Chinese call it Qilin while>>>>the >Japanese call it Kirin.



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Case Study: Placement of Lion statues 

Client: Can I put this at my back porch which should be my front door per Feng Shui principles as you mentioned the last time ? I have a pair of these stone lions and they are about 30cm talk only

Reply: Ok if standing outside facing main door; this is the left piece.

Client: Should the lion stand outside the kitchen/dining door facing the back garden ? My real front door is on higher level and faces a short wall, while my back dining slopes down and faces a bigger garden

Reply: There is nothing magical.
Reply: So Long as place as a pair be it at the main door or living side is ok

Client: Ok thanks

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