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LU Tsung-Han

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 22nd Jan. 2019. Registration No. 0478 (Vol.3).

Arms: Per fess Vert and Or, a fess wavy per fess wavy Argent and Azure between in chief two open books Argent and in base a rose Gules barbed and seeded Proper.

Crest:  Issuing from waves of the sea Azure a demi-Chinese dragon Vert underbelly Argent armed and langued Gules holding in the dexter foreclaws a sword Argent handle Gules guard and pommel Or and in the sinister foreclaws a pearl Proper.

Motto: Glory and Faith Coexist.

Assumed: Taiwan, January 2019.

Design: Arms devised by The Armorial Register Limited.

The Arms of LU Tsung-Han

The armiger’s immediate ancestors came from mainland China and crossed the sea to Taiwan.

The armiger is a Bachelor of Education and a Master of Sociology of Education (Taiwan) and has also studied in Canada. He has worked as a school teacher and assistant professor in elementary schools and universities and is currently a PhD candidate. He is the founder of a company and director of a corporate association. During his military service, he was a grassroots officer in the Taiwan military.

The crest of a Chinese dragon holding a sword and pearl illustrates the armiger’s Chinese ancestors and is also a tribute to his mother whose birth sign is the dragon symbolising a tough and fearless nature. The Chinese dragon takes the colour of the traditional Chinese dragon with the green also representing the island woodlands of his country of domicile thus representing the armiger’s roots in China and Taiwan. The sword is seen as both the commander's sword, representing military service, and the "sword of truth". In Europe, universities including the Netherlands still have a tradition of presenting swords to doctoral students. "Use the sword in your hands to defend the truth that you believe in". This echoes the armiger’s academic achievements and his insistence and pursuit of world truth. The waves of the sea act as a pedestal to present this dragon as a creature of the sea. The billowing of the sea symbolizes the common imprint of life and that the armiger’s ancestors crossed the sea to seek advancement.

The fess wavy of blue and white represents two important parts of life – experience and value and belief; it also symbolizes the ocean, the waves and the freedom. It serves as a separation between the green and gold of the shield and represents the Taiwan Strait lying between the coast of China's Fukien province and the island of Taiwan.

The green of the shield symbolizes the island's green colour and echoes that of the Green Dragon. The two “exhibitions Books” represent "academia", "teaching", "truth" and "wisdom". They can also be interpreted as meaning "education" and "sociology", which is the armiger’s professional discipline. The red rose represents a love of education and love, loyalty and faith to the armiger's loved ones.

The golden colour on the shield is a symbol of ancestral glory. Green is the colour of Taiwan, and the red, blue and white in the design are also an extension of the Taiwanese flag.

The "motto" connects the armiger to his family and his ancestry. Glory does not appear out of thin air. Religion and faith always coexist with glory
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