Felix grew up in Tsing Yi where his family originated for over 7 generations ago. One of his favourite sights of Tsing Yi is our ancestral hall of the ‘Chan’ clan. Whenever there is a celebratory occasion or any festival, our traditional Chinese unicorn will be brought out to dance.
Felix has always loved the uniqueness of the unicorn as most villages have dragons or lions, we have the unicorn. The Chinese unicorn is a creature of both genders; a hybrid of the dragon, horse and deer; displaying colour and joy. For local villages likes ours, it is a classic symbol of peace and prosperity for the Hakka culture.
The Dance of the Unicorn is a specific image for him as it symbolizes the gathering of families; a colourful occasion to put aside differences and celebrate our common attributes as a community.