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Happy Year of the xOXo

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"Happy Year of the xOXo" Designed by Monique Zhang

The Happy Year of the xOXo ox represents the vigor and vitality of the elders in our community. In the position of strength, the Ox stands proud in colorful textures to represent the silk fabrics of the traditional Chinese attire. The various colors overlap to symbolize the coming together of family. The intricate design in the front signifies the wisdom of the ancestors and the older generation. As the design progresses back, the colors and textures are simplified to represent the younger generation. The heart motif throughout symbolizes shared roots, history, love, and family connections. On the body of the Ox, there are four calligraphy symbols representing joy, age, vigor, and strength, to depict a "joyful silver hair(ed) life with vigor."

This Ox was sponsored by AARP with net proceeds benefiting Self-Help for the Elderly.

Statue Details:

  • Approximately 5.5' x 6' x 3'
  • Weighs 150 pounds
  • Made of high density foam and fiberglass

Shipping & Delivery

  • Base is not included.
  • Additional shipping & handling fees apply. Insurance is available upon request.
  • Payment must be received in full before making delivery arrangements. Please make check payable to SF Chinese Chamber of Commerce (730 Sacramento St. San Francisco, CA 94108)
  • No returns, refunds, or exchanges.