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    Los Perros de Fu, también Perros de Buda o Leones coreanos, son también conocidos como "perros de la felicidad" o "perros celestiales" y son emblemas de valor y energía, complementos indispensables de la sabiduría. // Chinese guardian lions, known as Shishi or Imperial guardian lion, and often called "Foo Dogs" in the West, are a common representation of the lion in pre-modern China, and were believed to have powerful mythic protective benefits.

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    Snow Fu by Allison Theus Foo Dogs, also known as Chinese Guardian Dogs, are generally pre-modern Chinese representations of lions. They are normally shown in pairs with a male and a female. These fierce guardians were placed on either side of entrances, traditionally in palaces and imperial tombs.

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