This piece “ Leap bamboo dragon” is made by Mr. Chen Gao-Ming. Guess how many different types of bamboo are used? How many different processing techniques are combined? That’s right, four types of bamboo are used – the makino bamboo, moso bamboo, dendrocalamus latiflorus munro - the ma bamboo, and fargesia - the arrow bamboo Three processing techniques, such as weaving, sculpting, and piping, are combined. The body is made of makino bamboo, woven in hexagonal-style. The dragon head, antlers, and tail spine are made with processed peeled makino bamboo. The whiskers are made with bent makino bamboo strips. The dragon spine is made with sculpted moso bamboo, and the tongue and talons are made with dendrocalamus latiflorus munro. The curled claws are made with branches of natural moso bamboo, as the dragon body and foothold are made with connected fargesia tubes. Furthermore, the setting is made with mahogany. The entire piece is sprayed with polyurethane, and makes use of multiple types of bamboo as well as incorporating weaving, sculpting techniques to bring forth a vivid dragon. It is a rare masterpiece.