The Chinese juniper, Juniperus chinensis, is one of the classic Japanese bonsai subjects.
Very often created to highlight 3 main elements in the design, significant deadwood both in the form of shari on the trunk and jinned branches, prominent live vein displaying the characteristic chestnut red coloured bark and green foliage areas arranged to best give prominence to the other two elements. Of course, personal preference allows you to create a bonsai to your own taste which may or may not incorporate all or just some of the aforementioned features.
This nice little chuhin example has probably been grown in the UK or elsewhere in Europe rather than imported from the far east . It is part styled at 35cm. in height with a branch spread of 43cm. Across the base the trunks is 3cm. in diam. There is scope to add jin and shari by way of deadwood features if that was your preference. Otherwise it is a case of refining the branches further. It is planted in an oval plastic bonsai trainer 30x24x10 cm. A nice easy to develop project.