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Fortuna | Johnny Tang Photo
An asian on a stage in a white suit with a group of the same asian in the crowd below in dark suits.



Fortuna gets its name after the Roman goddess of luck and fortune. Fortuna (the goddess) is often depicted with holding a cornucopia in one hand to represent good fortune, and a rudder in the other to represent her power to steer luck like a boat, in directions both good and bad. My Fortuna effectively uses my likeness to illustrate the same point. Our lives are made up of a mixture of good and bad luck, of winning and losing — none of which we have any control over. Instead, we can only reach for the opportunities as they come.

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