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It is believed that gongs were first used in Asia around 6th century AD. However, its origin is still unknown since
the ancient Romans also used gongs around the 1st or 2nd century.

In Asia, gongs were originally used to protect against evil spirits, and even today the Iban people of Borneo, Indonesia,
beat gongs during a storm. Over time, they evolved to become signal devices, ceremonial items, and percussion instruments.
In China they symbolize prosperity and mark social status.

Gong and Mallet :
In Asia, gongs were originally used to protect against evil spirits, and even today the Iban people of Borneo, Indonesia,
beat gongs during a storm. Over time, they evolved to become signal devices, ceremonial items, and percussion instruments.
In China they symbolize prosperity and mark social status. The gong is a significant accompaniment in shaman music
in Korea. In Japan, the use of gongs vary from temple to theatre to folk festival.

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Oriental Clothing :
Cherry Blossom shirts, Dragon Phoenix Qi Pao, etc. The modern qi pao has been adapted from traditional clothing worn
by the Manchurians during the Ch’ing Dynasty (1644-1911 AD). Once loose fitting with a high binding collar, contemporary
designing have allowed the qi pao to radiate elegance and classic Chinese style. Fitted knee-length gowns feature
mandarin collars, cap sleeves and frog closures. Rayon embroidered with a dragon motif. 100% rayon. Dry-Clean recommended.

Chinese Caligraphy
Kit : Chinese calligraphy is like a rare, exotic flower in the history of Asian point of view, it is a tool
of everyday living. The practice of Chinese calligraphy is thought to instill discipline and patience.

Baoding Chi Balls :
These Chrome-Plate steel balls, better known as Chinese therapy balls, originated in the Chinese city of Baoding
during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 AD). According to traditional Chinese beliefs, the vital organs of the human body
are all connected to the fingers. By manipulating these iron balls, it stimulates the circulation of blood and energy
throughout the body. Take the challenge of spinning these iron orbs without dropping them. Hollowed balls are outfitted
with sounding plates to produce a jingle as they are rotated. Set of two in an embroidered case. 4.9″, length
X 2.75″, width X 2.5″ height. Assorted color cases; please allow us to select for you. Imported from China.
Usually ships in 1 to 2 business days.

Oxidized Chinese
Coins : These Chinese charms are similar to the currency from the Ch’ing Dynasty (1644 to 1911 AD), and also
reflect the ten emperors who sat on the throne during that period. But these charms were only used inside the palace
during holidays such as Chinese New Years or royal birthdays. Cast as commemorative palace-issued coins, they were
larger than ordinary money. Conforming to the standard design of that period, the round shape symbolizes the dome
of heaven while the square center represents the four points of the Earth. The charm, as a whole, symbolizes the
harmony of heaven and earth. Set of 10 oxidized bronze charms. 1.75″ diameter. Imported from China. Usually
ships in 1 to 2 business days

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