“What is this?”
She smiled. “It’s a symbol in Chinese philosophy and religion. It’s called yin-yang.”
“What’s it all about?”
“They’re like two dancing koi coming together. One half for each other. It represents interconnection, balance and interrelatedness.”
“What does each colour signify?”
She beamed with a smile. “The black is the feminine and the white is the masculine. Opposites like earth and heaven, darkness and light, matter and spirit.”
“There’s a saying – ‘There is a yin for every yang.’ ”
“Please, can you wait and let me take a picture of it? Dave would love to hear about this.”

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