This is a brass representation of the “Beggars God” or “Chi Kung” shown barefoot, wearing patched and tattered robes, carrying a bottle of wine and a fan with which he can perform magical feats. He is depicted resting on a giant Wulou, a symbol of health and longevity.
“Chi Kung” is an extremely popular Buddhist deity worshipped all over China. He speaks out on behalf of the weak and was much loved by the common people.
Place Chi Kung in the living room facing the main entrance to bestow your family members with good luck, excellent health, and a life free from major obstacles and setbacks.