The masterpiece, Totem of Chinese Dragon of 2.16-meter width and 4.28-meter height,
is a work Mr. Bao Tianwei donated to the Shanghai Shanghainese Style Rosewood Museum as an opening gift.
The lower left of the work are the green pines and verdant cypresses that imply the longevity
and the lower right contains the great waves of the Yellow River. While in the middle of this work
sits Tian’an’men which embodies the Crown of China and the bright pearl of the east
and on its right side lies the bird nest and water cube. Last but not least, on the top of it locates
the Great Wall symbolizing the splendid five thousand year history of China with goshawk circling above
Mount Qomolangma, all of which symbolize the grand character and style of the Chinese nation.