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In Tokyo, Japan, where the pink lotus make a famous and showy display in a pond in a city park, residents claim that the flowers open with an audible pop.
The show has lanterns and lasers, giant floating lotuses that sprout fountains, shamans and animal spirit forms, scenes projected onto water screens, all choreographed to an original musical score.
FLYING LOTUS Flying Lotus deals in overload: sudden, neck-snapping genre shifts; slow tracks overlaid with rapid-fire cross-rhythms; music that collages different eras on top of one another; video screens awash in strobe-speed explosions.
Its colorful bloom is an obvious suspect, but the lotus also has a life cycle unlike any other.
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Origin and Etymology of lotus
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of lotus for English Language Learners
: a type of flowering plant that grows on the surface of water
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