phoenix and pheasants

Subject: phoenix and pheasants
From: Victoria E Quinton <>
Date: Wed, 30 Jan 2002 20:51:32 +1100
It sounds much more poetic to say Phoenix than Pheasant.

Feng feng is phoenix in Mandarin.  A long time ago I tutored a Chinese lady
in English.  Her daughter's name was Feng Feng.

Is Chelsea where the piece was made?

Victoria Quinton
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