Chinese New Year Abundance Box February 9

1,750.00

Gong Xi Fa Cai! 🧧 Welcoming the year of the wood Dragon this Chinese New Year!

Available on February 9, 2024 (Friday)

What‘s included in this box:
(8 Kinds Fruits, 1 Pc Special Tikoy, 1 Dragon Charm, 24  Pcs Chocolate Gold Coins, 1 Pc Angpao (with 50 Pesos), assortment of flowers)

250g Premium Cherries
250g Grapes
1 Pc Century Pear
1 Pc Navel/Valencia Orange
1 Pc Davao Pomelo
1 Pc Dole Pineapple
1 Pc Fuji Apple
500g Sugar Kiat/Kiat Kiat

1 Pc Special Tikoy Brown 360g
1 Pc Dragon Charm
Assortment of Flowers
24 Pcs Gold Chocolate Coins
1 Pc Angpao (P50)
1 Pc “Fu” Sticker for the door entrance

8 Assorted Fruits:
ACHIEVEMENT (Apples symbolize peace, health, and achievement)
CELEBRATION (Cherries symbolize joy and celebration of the new year)
FORTUNE (Oranges and Kiat Kiat symbolize luck and wealth)
PROSPERITY (Pears symbolize prosperity and wealth)
SUCCESS (Grapes symbolize success and good fortune)
TRANSFORMATION (Pineapples symbolize transformation and prosperity)
UNITY (Pomelos symbolize family unity and togetherness)

Flowers Assortment
STRENGTH & VITALITY (Sunflowers symbolize loyalty, longevity, and adoration)
PURITY AND INNOCENCE (Daisies symbolize purity, innocence, and new beginnings)
LONGEVITY AND JOY (Mums symbolize longevity, joy, and optimism)
EVERLASTING LOVE (Baby’s breath symbolizes everlasting love, purity, and innocence)
ADMIRATION & GOOD FORTUNE (Carnation symbolize affection and good fortune)

Dragon Charm
Wearing or displaying a dragon charm during the New Year festivities is thought to invoke the dragon’s protective and auspicious qualities, and it is often used to ward off negative energy and attract good fortune.

The Chinese character “福” (fú) sticker represents the concept of “good fortune” or “blessing” in Chinese culture. It is often displayed upside down on doorways or windows during the Chinese New Year as the word for “upside down” in Chinese sounds similar to “arrive” or “arrive at,” symbolizing the arrival of good luck and blessings. This practice is a common tradition during the Chinese New Year to invite prosperity and auspiciousness into the home or business.

Other Inclusions:
– Angpao for good luck with P50
– Chocolate Coins 24Pcs

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Description

Gong Xi Fa Cai! 🧧 Welcoming the year of the wood Dragon this Chinese New Year!

Available on February 9, 2024 (Friday)

What‘s included in this box:
(8 Kinds Fruits, 1 Pc Special Tikoy, 1 Dragon Charm, 24  Pcs Chocolate Gold Coins, 1 Pc Angpao (with 50 Pesos), assortment of flowers)

250g Premium Cherries
250g Grapes
1 Pc Century Pear
1 Pc Navel/Valencia Orange
1 Pc Davao Pomelo
1 Pc Dole Pineapple
1 Pc Fuji Apple
500g Sugar Kiat/Kiat Kiat

1 Pc Special Tikoy Brown 360g
1 Pc Dragon Charm
Assortment of Flowers
24 Pcs Gold Chocolate Coins
1 Pc Angpao (P50)
1 Pc “Fu” Sticker for the door entrance

8 Assorted Fruits:
ACHIEVEMENT (Apples symbolize peace, health, and achievement)
CELEBRATION (Cherries symbolize joy and celebration of the new year)
FORTUNE (Oranges and Kiat Kiat symbolize luck and wealth)
PROSPERITY (Pears symbolize prosperity and wealth)
SUCCESS (Grapes symbolize success and good fortune)
TRANSFORMATION (Pineapples symbolize transformation and prosperity)
UNITY (Pomelos symbolize family unity and togetherness)

Flowers Assortment
STRENGTH & VITALITY (Sunflowers symbolize loyalty, longevity, and adoration)
PURITY AND INNOCENCE (Daisies symbolize purity, innocence, and new beginnings)
LONGEVITY AND JOY (Mums symbolize longevity, joy, and optimism)
EVERLASTING LOVE (Baby’s breath symbolizes everlasting love, purity, and innocence)
ADMIRATION & GOOD FORTUNE (Carnation symbolize affection and good fortune)

Dragon Charm
Wearing or displaying a dragon charm during the New Year festivities is thought to invoke the dragon’s protective and auspicious qualities, and it is often used to ward off negative energy and attract good fortune.

The Chinese character “福” (fú) sticker represents the concept of “good fortune” or “blessing” in Chinese culture. It is often displayed upside down on doorways or windows during the Chinese New Year as the word for “upside down” in Chinese sounds similar to “arrive” or “arrive at,” symbolizing the arrival of good luck and blessings. This practice is a common tradition during the Chinese New Year to invite prosperity and auspiciousness into the home or business.

Other Inclusions:
– Angpao for good luck with P50
– Chocolate Coins 24Pcs