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James Jean Exhibits New Print “Chang’e” for Limited Time

In celebration for the mooncake festival.

Lunar New Year might hands down be the most important Chinese holiday, but it’s hardly stealing the spotlight from Mid-Autumn Festival as the holiday approaches. Artist James Jean is releasing a new print “Chang’e,” named after the Chinese mythical goddess of the festival. The exhibiting time will be limited for 24 hours from 8 a.m. PDT Sept 15 until 7.59 a.m. on Sept 16. Priced at $200 USD and sized at 25.5″ x 20″, place your order here.

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