Vintage Style Chung Kwei Holding
Fan (Classic Gesture)
Material: Shiwan Ceramic
Color: Vintage Red Robe
This vintage styled statue of Chung Kwei
in red robe is featured in his classic gesture, where he bends
forward while walking as if he wants to pass somewhere stealthily/silently
and thus try not to be seen by his targets. This is why all ghosts
and demons fear his diligence and conscientiousness. He holds
in his hand his powerful fan that can fan off all negativities.
The Chung Kwei when dressed in his signature red ghost-busting
outfit is the most auspicious of all forms. The bat that clings
on his fan represents prosperity, wealth luck, good fortune, immortality
and longevity. Besides fortune blessings, his fierce look makes
him a potent figure of protection against any harm. He helps you
overcome all sorts of obstacles in life. This figure is also suitable
for those who are pursuing your studies and wishing to energize
your scholastic luck. He has the unusual capability to control
our environment from harmful forces and loss of wealth. His statue
is also highly recommended for those who are doing jewellery and
businesses that involve expensive goods which need protection.
The vintage looking piece will be a very suitable gift or collectible
for managers, corporate leaders, close friends and relatives.
Chung Kwei is popularly seen in all gold
smiths and shops trading expensive goods in Taiwan as an important
symbol of protection from robbery, theft and fraud. He is also
considered an exorcist of the highest ability as he is said to
have subdued many demon spirits and thereafter had them under
his command. The image brings you scholastic luck, protection
from harmful people, wealth luck and protection from evil spirits/ghost.
Having the image of Chung Kwei in your home will provide potent
protection from tough enemies who have been giving you a tough
time. For those in high profile professions, Chung Kwei will help
to prevent backstabbing and jealousy, both in your workplace and
Chung Kwei was a bright scholar and a swordsman
who had gone through a lot of difficult times to attain his ambition
of becoming a court official. Due to his fierce and scary looks,
he was denied by an emperor to serve for the government despite
passing his exams with great results. He was then made a guardian
in the spiritual world to catch roaming bad evil spirits. Later,
after many years, another emperor who dreamt about Chung Kwei
was sorry about the unfair deprival of his rightful honors even
though Chung Kwai was so capable. This Emperor ordered his portrait
to be painted and recognized for his duty as "God of Demon
Buster ". He was then also being recognized to be "Star
God of Examinations" by folks in China.
Chung Kwei is depicted as being ugly with
large protruding eyes and a rough beard. His fierceness alone
could kill harmful evil. He has bats around him which symbolizes
immortality, happiness and extremely good fortune.
Invite a Chung Kwei statue home to improve
your home feng shui:
1. As a protective guardian, the Chung Kwei statue should be placed
near you entrance facing out directly at the main door to ward
off evil spirits, people with bad intention, competitors, robbers,
thieves, frauders and criminals.
2. Chung Kwei facing the maindoor can effectively diffuse the
fatal effects of 5-Yellow star (bringing mishaps, death, accidents,
big losses) if your maindoor is facing this direction.
3. For those who suspect that there are evil spirits wondering
in your rooms at night, you may place the Chung Kwei statue at
the foot of your stairs to watch out for roaming evil spirits
wishing to go upstairs to disturb your sleep.
4. To enhance your child's scholastic luck in examination, place
the image of Chung Kwei in the Northeast corner (education luck
5. Invite the statue of Chung Kwei during times of bad luck and
frustration, especially when you are affected by people of bad
intention or backstabbers in your office.
Note: Do not place the statue of Chung
Kwei on the floor or in toilets.