YinYang Money Frog Wealth & HarmonyThe mythical Chan Chu is said to appear every full moon near homes which the residents will receive good news the very next day (usually in a monetary gain way). Ceramic finish. The coin should always be in its mouth. 50mm in height from base to tip of coin. Place it facing the entrance of your home/room/establishment at an angle to enjoy more incoming good news. The yin/yang pak kua formation on its back is there to create balance and harmony in your life while bringing in auspicious tidings. Place the money frog at a diagonal angle at the entrance, and never straight on (this will result in money coming and being bounced back out).
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