The image of crane is very familiar to everyone, so in view of this phenomenon, the teacher asked the children from the very beginning: which cranes have the children seen? Where is it? The goal is to understand how cranes are perceived, and of course the answers vary.
Crane is a phonetic character, the earliest in seal characters.The original meaning is the collective name of various birds of the Crane family, which is also known to us as the Crane. In Chinese culture, the crane has a high status and is an auspicious bird in Chinese people's heart. Its image is deeply rooted in people's heart, and it is a symbol of longevity, elegance, auspiciousness, gods and sincerity. For example, if the folk longevity old man's horse is a crane, it represents his benevolence and auspicious impression.
Because of its elegant body, plain plumage and mild temperament, cranes were used as artistic symbols in various works. During the Qing Dynasty and Ming Dynasty, the pictures of cranes were on the official offices of civil officials, showing their high positions.