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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 1"}
[In Spanish]

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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 2"}
He goes it's very ironic that even though there's like a real popular saying in Mexico, that usually the student surpasses the teacher, you know it's very ironic in his case because he had no teacher basically he just surpassed the whole field.

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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 3"}
[In Spanish]

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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 2"}
Uh, Ms. Gonzalez Felix is asking Mr. Lee what is, what is the legend behind, uh, the, uh, deriving the color red which is found mostly in Chinese art?

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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 1"}
[In Spanish]

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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 2"}
Uh, the legend begins with a Chinese emperor that was very akin or uh, liked furniture a whole lot.

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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 1"}
[In Spanish]

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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 2"}
This emperor was very, a very powerful man and not only did he want, he wanted to put like his influence on this furniture in China, but he wanted one uniform red color in the whole country of China.

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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 1"}
[In Spanish]

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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 2"}
So, he, to get that special red color he contracted all the best painters in China that were around there at that time.

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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 1"}
[In Spanish]

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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 2"}
That whoever was, whoever brought him the winning color of his liking that is the right, correct color or the right shade of red that that artist or that painter could have anything in the kingdom except his throne.

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{SPEAKER name="Speaker 1"}
[In Spanish]


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