Inspired by the poem "The Spring with Peach Blossoms" by Tao Yuaming (365-420), the father of landscape poems.
According to traditional Chinese beliefs, lives exist throughout the universe in different worlds and in different dimensions.
In this tale, the story of a man who discovers, by chance while fishing, a passage leading to a forgotten, utopian and happy country. The fisherman, despite the many markings left, never managed to return to the entrance of this secret world with the persistent scent of peach blossoms.
Metaphorically, the "Peach Blossom Spring" is a symbol of an unexpected place, a preserved world, an island of serenity isolated from the rest of the world or a retreat from the real world, usually a wilderness of great beauty, a utopia, a Shangri-la.
It is said that, in Taoist beliefs, the peach tree is the symbol of immortality.