Top 10 Chinese Lucky Symbols
Chinese characters usually have one or more meanings and some of them are particularly loved by Chinese people. Here is the top ten list of the lucky ones. Please note Pinyin is also used here, which is the Chinese spelling system for the characters. For example, fu is the pinyin for good luck in Chinese. But fu is only the phonic part of the character and it also represents other Chinese characters that sound the same. To order (download) the top ten Chinese Lucky Characters, click here.
1.) Fu - Blessing, Good Fortune, Good Luck
Fu is one of the most popular Chinese characters used in Chinese New Year. It is often posted upside down on the front door of a house or an apartment. The upside down fu means good luck came since the character for upsite down in Chinese sounds the same as the character for came. Quick link: Blessing Pendant or T-shirt.
2.) Lu - Prosperity
It used to mean official's salary in feudal China. Fengshui is believed to be the Chinese way to health, wealth and happiness. If you are interested in Fengshui, you may check out the book 'The Feng Shui Kit.' Quick link: T-shirt.
6.) He - Harmonious
'People harmony' is an important part of Chinese culture. When you have harmonious relations with others, things will be a lot easier for you. Quick link: Harmonious Pendant or T-shirt.
7.) Ai - Love, affection
Don't need to say any more about this one. Just want to point out ai is often used with 'mianzi' together. Aimianzi means 'be concerned about one's face-saving.' Quick link: Love Pendant or T-shirt.
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Chinese Lucky Symbols
There are many traditional auspicious patterns or symbols in Chinese culture.The lucky patterns are widely used in Chinese New Year Pictures to express people's desires for a lucky and happy new year.