A Flamingo Among Chickens
by zheng3, published
Chinese has many set phrases, or <i>chÃ©ngyÇ”</I>: four-word phrases that communicate a concept quickly to someone who knows the cultural and historical context.
These cocktail sticks are my take on é¹¤ç«‹é¸¡ç¾¤: a crane standing among chickens.
Give the flamingo to your guest of honor, and let everyone else be a chicken.
More on <i>chÃ©ngyÇ”</I> over at the blog: http://www.zheng3.com/2012/12/27/like-a-flamingo-among-chickens/
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Includes flamingo, rooster, and hen cocktail spears facing both left and right. Also characters for "luck" and "harmony" on the chickens and flamingo, respectively.
(See the blog post for the Chinese puns involved.)
Use the power of the hypotenuse to print these on smaller build platforms.