Fuwa is the mascot of the 29th Olympic Games in Beijing in 2008. Its color and inspiration come from the Olympic rings, from the vast mountains and rivers of China, the rivers and lakes and the animal images that people love. Fuwa conveys the friendship, peace, positive spirit and the good wishes of people and nature to live in harmony with the children around the world. Fuwa is a five lovely intimate partner whose characters are integrated into the image of fish, giant pandas, Tibetan antelopes, swallows and the Olympic flame. Each doll has a catchy name: "Babe", "Jingjing", "Huaihuan", "Welcome" and "Nini". In China, the name of the fold is a favorite for children. a traditional way. When you connect the names of the five dolls together, you will read Beijing's invitation to the world, "Beijing welcomes you." Fuwa represents the dream and the aspirations of the Chinese people. Their prototypes and headdresses contain their connections to the ocean, forests, fire, earth and sky. Their image design uses the expression of traditional Chinese art and shows the splendid culture of China.