A dedicatory gold coin has been given to commend the 70th commemoration of the establishing of the People's Republic of China (PRC).
The coin, embellished with peonies, lilies, strips, and pomegranates, was discharged by the People's Bank of China (PBOC) with a presumptive worth of 2,000 yuan.
It is being planned by Wu Guanying. Wu was one of the central specialists who made the mascots for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, just as the main architect of the Fu Niu Lele mascot of the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. This is the principal memorial coin he has structured.
His idea introduced groups of verdure, among which the pomegranate symbolizes solidarity, the lily represents agreement and the peony passes on thriving. The blooms were ornamented with strips and customary Chinese bunches an indigenous social component that Wu especially emphasized.
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