Goldfish is a symbol of prosperity, opulence, and abundance. Goldfish is a fashionable emblem in Chinese culture, and it can be embroidered on clothing to stimulate the flow of wealth and comfort into one’s life. As a New Year image, the emblem is frequently utilized alongside the lotus flower. They’re considered to be the harbingers … Read more


Bamboo has traditionally been associated with longevity, youth, strength, suppleness, flexibility, adaptability, endurance, good fortune, wealth, virtue, and traditional values in Chinese culture. The Chinese equate its deep roots with determination, the tall, clean, and evergreen stem with honor and chastity, and the hollow interior with simplicity and innocence.


The Earth Element was frequently shown as the center in ancient Chinese literature, with the other four elements surrounding it. All life depends on the Earth for sustenance and shelter. The Earth Element and its two representatives, the Spleen and Stomach, are the organs that support the body’s, mind’s, and spirit’s nourishing activities. The stomach … Read more

The Wood 

The Wood Element is related with rejuvenation, growth, and regeneration. Spring symbolizes renewal as the sprouting of new life and the continuous movement of Chi.The Wood Element represents a vision of life, movement, and direction.


The Snake (also known as the Serpent) is one of the 12-year animal cycles found in the Chinese zodiac, which corresponds to the Chinese calendar. The earthy branch emblem is related with the Snake Year.


The Rooster (also known as the Cock or Chicken) is one of the 12-year animal cycles in the Chinese zodiac, which corresponds to the Chinese calendar. The Year of the Rooster is symbolized by the earthy branch figure.


The Year of the Rat is associated with the earthy branch symbol and is one of the 12-year cycles of animals that occur in the Chinese zodiac related to the Chinese calendar. A year connected with this animal is known as the Year of the Mouse in some parts of the world since the word … Read more