- Price: NT6,000
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Wooden frame + base 33 (long) x 22 (wide) x 34.5 (high)
Big ship doll: 14 (long) x 21 (wide) x 18 (high)
In ancient folklore, it is believed that successful candidates in the imperial examination system
have to rely on writing brushes supplied by the Daoist God Kui Xing to pass the exams and
achieve great wealth. Every scholar therefore worships Kui Xing, the god of examinations. The
posture of the God's statue (the god is usually depicted as pointing to the big dipper) symbolizes
the ability of the God to point us in the right direction and show us the right path, just like a
lighthouse shows the way for a fisherman in the ocean. He holds an ink stone in one hand and
kicks a ladle with one foot to bestow treasures helping us to become rich rapidly. His other foot
rests on a dragon ship which represents the idea of “the ship entering the harbor” in Chinese folk
tradition, which in turn symbolizes an excellent harvest or the amassing of a great fortune.
Lyrics of the “Ship entering the harbor”:
The sun is floating over the mountain. The ocean surface gradually turns red
The sight of the ocean makes my future seem bleak. I have to wait several years
Until my wish is fulfilled and the ship with full cargo enters the harbor aided by a tailwind
All troubles, sorrow, and pain will be forgotten and my mind will be relaxed and at ease
Big ship come greet and welcome me when you enter the harbor!
This is a melancholic Taiwanese song. Through the depiction of the arduous mental journey on
the ocean, the songwriter tries to encourage people to take the initiative and continue to move
forward in a brave manner while doing their business just as if they were embarking on an ocean
voyage. This journey will end with great pleasure when the ship with full cargo enters the harbor and a rich harvest has been reaped.
The special meaning of the ship entering the harbor: The hull of the ship is immersed in the lively
ocean waves which symbolizes the generation of wealth by the water. The hoisted sails represent
a smooth voyage and a bright future. The auspicious characters “Attract prosperity and wealth
” and “The ships enters the harbor” are written on the front and back of the ship which signifies
great wealth and prosperity. The ship is also loaded with gold, silver, treasure, and jewelry which
represents great business results, a great harvest, a full cargo, and the presence of wealth in
people's homes and treasuries.
When placing the ship it is very important which direction it is facing:
1. The bow of the ship should be pointing inside.
2. If the bow points to the left or right of the room (in a Western, Southwestern, or Northwestern
direction), the family will gain the greatest benefit in the next ten years.
Feng Shui is a combination of art and science. The goal of Feng Shui in
people's homes is to add an element of interaction between the environment
and the furnishings and decorations in the home in order to change the aura
and fortune of individuals and the whole family.
Every individual is longing for a way to ensure career success, an inexhaustible
source of wealth, and happiness for the whole family. In modern society, it is
therefore very common for people to place auspicious objects in their homes
in the hope of generating spiritual power, changing the aura of their homes, and
improving their fortunes and domestic environments.
Our aromatic hydrogel accessories not only follow the design patterns and
prescribed by folk tradition , but the hydrogel also emits a small amount of
aromatic ions which freshen the air with a natural fragrance and purify the
home environment. These products improve the aura of our homes and generate
positive vibes and energy. This positive spiritual energy is conducive to career
success, prosperity, and a happy and blissful family life.