Winnie the Pooh, Tigger and Piglet Wallet Style Ang Pow (K027-03)
This colorful Ang Pow features Winnie the Pooh , Tigger and Piglet holding pretty flowers and wishing you Happy Chinese New Year.
Another small character that was also introduced in this Ang Pow is the “Bugs“. “Bugs” is a green insects which resemble a short caterpillar with only six limbs. It appears in several episodes of “The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh” where they infested Rabbit’s garden. They are the main antagonists in “Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too”.
This Ang Pow is design by HYACINTH(风信子) in china, with the product code (K027-03) at the back cover of the Ang Pow, and distributed internationally.
The base color of this Ang Pow is near Red, at both front and back cover of the ang pow. The interior of the Ang Pow is white. Glazing gold might be the second most striking color of the Ang Pow, which occupy at least 30% of the front cover.
The front cover resemblance a wallet with gold Chinese motif decorated edge at top, right and bottom border, with a small locking tab at the center right border. There is a colorful decorative round button at the center of the tab with motif of one center four edged star, with four smaller stars at each corner.
At the top of the front cover there is Chinese word in glazing gold, which reads 福临门/福臨門 (pinyin: fú lín mén). It literally means “may blessing descend upon this home” or “prosperous year ahead your doorsteps”.
There is another similar Chinese proverbs 五福临门 (pinyin: wǔ fú lín mén) which means “may the five blessings descend upon this home”. It Is an auspicious saying for the Chinese New Year. The 5 blessings are :
- “长寿” (pinyin: Cháng shòu) – longevity
- “富貴” (pinyin: fù guì) – prosperous and wealth
- “康寧” (pinyin: kāng níng) – healthy and abundant
- “好德” (pinyin: hào dé) – virtue and morality
- “善終” (pinyin: shàn zhōng) – a proper finish/ending (a natural death)
There is a small word in glazing gold on top which read “富贵” (pin yin: fù guì) which means “rich and wealthy” or “prosperous”.
In the front of the Ang Pow, Winnie the Pooh is sitting at the left, Tigger at the middle, and the Piglet is sitting on the right. All of them appear to be interested on a Golden Caterpillar in Winnie’s hand. The Golden Caterpillar share similarity to figure of “the Bugs” in Winnie the Pooh stories. Piglet handing out his hand and want to have a hold of the Golden Caterpillar. It brought out the meaning of close relationship with friends and essence of sharing.
In front of the three best friend is an ancient Chinese Money with wording “千万两” (pinyin: qiān wàn liǎng), which means ten million dollars. It signifies wealth and richness.
The back cover of the Ang Pow is mainly plain red, with a small logo of the printing and distribution company name at the center bottom of the Ang Pow, which had a writing shows “风信子 HYACINTH – MACK IN CHINA” and a small product code (K027-03) beside. The word “MACK” might just be how China Chinese pronounce “made”.
The Ang Pow Lid is the non adhesive slot in type, which allows you to reuse the Ang Pow many times without damaging the delicate paper like most adhesive lids do.
There is a small circular tab from the curved lid and easily slot in the small straight cut hole. The fit can be loose at times, but easily lift up for easy access. Overtime the tab might get torn apart due to the paper quality.
Small Size Standard
|Height with open lid|
3 grams each
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