Tigers are full of vigor and happiness. The Tiger coloring shows both traditional Chinese culture and modern ice sports.
2022 is the Year of the Tiger. This zodiac animal is considered vigorous and courageous. The Lunar New Year is also a time for ice and snow in many regions of China and the United States. Join the tiger to have fun and experience winter sports together!
In many tiger-themed art works in traditional Chinese culture, there is a “王” pattern on the tiger’s forehead, which is a Chinese character meaning “the King”. In ancient China, the tiger was a symbol of absolute power and a guardian that drove away evil spirits.
The tiger, the ancient tutelary deity in traditional Chinese culture, is believed to be able to protect children from diseases. The Tiger Hat (虎头帽) is one of the symbolic accessories in Chinese folk costumes for kids, commonly worn during the Spring Festival.
Eaves tiles are accessories from classical Chinese architecture fixed at the end of rafters for decoration and for shielding eaves from wind and rain. The White Tiger is one of the four deities, the other three being green dragon, rosefinch, and black tortoise. The Eaves Tile with White Tiger Pattern (陶白虎纹瓦当) is now part of The Palace Museum collection in Beijing, China.