The Chung Yeung Festival (重節) (重节), or also called Double Ninth Festival, is one of the oldest and most important festivals in China. However, it is also celebrated in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and many other countries in Asia. In some countries, the festival is called with different names, like Chōyō in Japan, and Jungyangjeol in Korea.
The three-legged money frog statue is one of the most popular Feng Shui cures or enhancers that is especially associated with fortune and wealth. The statue is based on a mythical three-legged frog that, according to Chinese folklore, appears every full moon near houses or businesses that will soon receive good fortune.
The Eight Immortals are one of the most well-known figures in Chinese popular culture. They are said to bring happiness and wealth; hence, their representations are prevalent during many important events (such as marriages, childbirth, and New Year’s celebrations). Their depictions (or symbols) appear on banners, infant bonnets, temple roofs, greeting cards, and even women’s clothes.
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