Terracotta Warriors: The Brilliant Warrior

The Brilliant Warrior was chosen to guard the gardens named after the legendary Dr. Sun Yat Sen, the Chinese revolutionary leader and statesman.  Dr. Sun Yat Sen, considered by many to be the “Father of Modern China,” spent much of his time in exile.  Vancouver is proud that he came for a time to our city.

The Brilliant Warrior by James Tam reminds us of those, in the past, who have had the vision and courage to bring new ideas and traditions into fruition.  The mantle has been passed on to a new generation.

“The Revolution has not yet succeeded Comrades, you must carry on!”

Dr. Sun Yat Sen

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Map Position: #13 – Dr. Sun Yat Sen Classical Chinese Garden

The Brilliant Warrior

Artist: James Tan

The Terracotta Warriors Gallery is open for viewing.

10 Replies to “Terracotta Warriors: The Brilliant Warrior”

  1. how very colourful, I saw the real ones (thousands of them) in China, an amazing sight, took my breath away


    1. Lucky you!!! We are indeed fortunate that they were discovered and belong to their world. Remarkable artistic endeavour!


    1. Thank you so much for your kind consideration! You make my day…

      What I am even more excited about is that we connected over the blogger miles. I am looking forward to our ongoing dialogue. That is the best award of all! All the very best…


    1. Thank you, Valerie! I really enjoyed following these warriors all over Vancouver! This is one of my favouite haunts!


  2. They were selling ancient terra cotta horses in an antique shop in SF for a reasonable rate. When I asked why, they said because there are so many of them. Remarkable!


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