Depicting the fierce battle between Nezha and the East Sea Dragon King, this piece of work narrates the familiar Chinese folklore of this mythological deity. Surrounded by onlooking sea creatures of the East Sea, Nezha stands large and tall, confronting the meek and vulnerable Dragon King, who is begging for mercy. This scene symbolises the good triumphing the evil.

By juxtaposing the ferocious nature of the battle scene with child-like candy colours, the intensity of the fight is toned down, creating a comfortable and whimsical atmosphere, which invites viewers to be part of it.

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