Pi Yao KeychainThe Pi Yao is considered to be an infinite, unending auspicious creature of heaven which brings forth fortune and protection. Though many variations of this creature exists, the most common depiction is of it having a dragon's head, wings, body of dog, scales of a dragon and hooves of a horse. It is also linked with the appeasement of the Grand Duke Jupiter (Tai Sui). For those who believe they are suffering from bad Feng Shui, make sure you have this Pi Yao keychain with you at all times.
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