Golden FanThe Golden Fan is excellent to protect from accidents and robbery (by dissipating the bad luck chi). It
can also work as an amulet against the 5 yellow and illness star afflictions. If you travel a lot or
your work environment contains more risk than usual, you should be keeping one of these.
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