A strip of yellow paper may be taken and a picture of an idol or Chinese character painted on it with red or black ink. This can be hung over the door or bed curtain and even worn in one's hair. Iut may be placed in a red bag or suspended from a button hole. The paper could be burnt and the ashes mixed in tea or hot water and concoction drank to ward off evil.
A tiger's claw or teeth can give the wearer the courage of the animal and protect the wearer against sudden fright as well as evil.
The legions of seals are made of almost every materials, such as wood, bone, ivory, crystal, brass but mostly of stones. Many designs aim to bring wealth. Chinese cash is a symbol of wealth and the cash shaped seal is favourite, meaning "its possession is as good as all knowledge". These seals are accompanied by cotton pads which are mixed with bean oil and vermilion (mercury oxide). A seal is an emblem of power is also a cure for diseases - probably due to the mercury oxide which acts as a form of antiseptic.
Signs at the frontage of shops are often painted with symbols and emblems to bring luck. They are often colourful and may be painted with images of the God of Wealth.
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