3 Auspicious Ang PowsAng Pows are symbols of generosity and prosperity. They are most commonly seen
during times of joyous occassions and events like marriages, birthdays and of
course Lunar New Year. Usually given with some form of cash inside these packets,
legend says that a person who sincerely gives an Ang Pow will allow both the giver
and recipient to enjoy it's auspicious wealth bringing blessings. Designs you
receive may differ, but come from the same print series.
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