Ji Jian Wu
Qi Lin is a mythical creature made up of different auspicious animals in the Chinese culture. The body is fully or partially scaled and often shaped like an ox, deer or lion.
One famous legend about Qi Lin speaks of the birth of Confucius, a great Chinese philosopher, that was foretold by the arrival of Qi Lin. Thus, Qi Lin is thought to bring along many good omens, such as longevity, fertility and prosperity.
In Feng Shui practice, Qi Lin is used to enhance overall good fortune.
Inspired by the richness of Chinese culture embedded in Feng Shui article, the Ji Jian Wu collection presents a contemporary take on these traditional objects. Whether or not you are a believer, the receiver is gifted with well-wishes.
Lin Qiuxia DID IT
Hand crafted porcelain with pure gold gilding, very well made in Taiwan
Limited production (400 pieces)
Dimensions: 60 x 60 x 116 mm (L x W x H)
More information about Ji Jian Wu, visit DIC's website.
Photo Credit: Poh Yun Ru
Video Credit: Poh Yun Ru and Lin Qiuxia
Voiceover: Lin Qiuxia
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