Authentically styled Chinese Good Luck Coins add a touch of exotic reality to your martial arts or Chinese New Year party supplies! Each coin measures 1 inch in diameter and features a different design on the front and the back. per pack)
Citrus...when the Chinese celebrate New Year's Day, they often set out bowls of oranges and tangerines to promote prosperity. This tradition developed from a play on words: "tangerine" and "orange" sound much like "luck" and "wealth," respectively, in the Chinese language
The pinyin characters for fu which represents good luck or good fortune. An ancient Chinese tradition that dates back to the Zhou Dynasty, which began in 256 B.C., and is still practiced during the Chinese Spring Festival and Chinese New Year, is hanging a fu symbol on your front door. In ancient times the fu symbol was used to keep away the Goddess of Poverty. In modern times the symbol represents a year of good luck, prosperity and happiness.