Archive for the ‘Chinese Imperial Lions’ Category

One of a Pair of Imperial Guardian Lions (Both Apparently Male as Indicated by the Traditional Sphere Under Each of Their Left Paws) Standing Sentry on Either Side of a Set of Stairs Leading up to the Front Door of a Private Home on Longfellow Road in Worcester, MA

Imperial Garden Lion Chinatown Boston 3
The Female of the Traditional Pair of Imperial Guardian Lions That Sit in Front of the Chinatown Gate at the Intersection of Beach Street and Surface Road in Boston, Massachusetts

Foo Dog Institute Road Worcester MA 3 (2)
An Imperial Guardian Lion Stands Sentry on a Stucco Wall in Front of a Private Residence on Institute Road in Worcester, MA

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One of a Pair of Foo Dogs (Also Known as Chinese Imperial Lions) Guarding a House on Clifton Street in Worcester, MA

A Pair of Foo Dogs (Also Known as Imperial Guardian Lions) Roam the Grounds Outside the Taproot Bookstore on West Boylston Street in Worcester, MA

Foo Dog Walworth Street
Although Usually Found in Pairs, a Lone Foo Dog (Also Called an Imperial or Chinese Guardian Lion) Stands Sentry Outside a Home on Walworth Street in Worcester, MA

Imperial Lion Chua Linh Son 4
This Female Imperial Guardian Lion, in Front of the Chua Linh Son Buddhist Temple on Ruthven Avenue in Worcester, Is Quite Unusual Since She Restrains Her Squirming Cub Beneath Her Right Paw (Instead of the Traditional Left)