With a scent of beauty and danger, the leopard is a sensual and elegant creature. Quietly carrying a personality that can be two different extremes, the leopard has a wild charm that I find fascinating. Instead of one particular aspect of the leopard, I like everything about them.
Chinese philosopher, Zhuangzi's "Carefree Excursion" begins with a legend of the “Kun Peng”, and unfolds into a grandiose idea of the universe. "Carefree Excursion" features mythical beasts like the Kun (a giant fish) and the Peng (a giant bird), as well as ordinary creatures like cicadas and turtle doves. From the perspective of Zhuangzi's “Qiwulun” (Equality of Things), it would not have been surprising if a leopard were to appear. Since ancient times, the leopard has been the subject of interest in literature, as exemplified by the Chinese proverb "wise men are quick to adapt like a leopard. A fool never does".