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Pi Xiu is a mythical creature popularly known in Chinese folklore. He is described as having the head of a dragon and body of a lion, winged feathers protruding from its back, and one or two antlers depending on his gender. There are two kinds of Pi Xiu: the male version is believed to be the harbinger of wealth and good fortune while the female counterpart is a powerful protector against evil spirits and bad energy.

Thus their image is used on many charms like bracelets made of obsidian or necklaces made of Jade, guarding its wearer against harm. Pi Xiu totems serve the same purpose and are often placed in restaurants. It is no surprise that many businessmen, gamblers, and even regular folk own a Pi Xiu whether it be as an accessory or symbolic sculpture. Source:

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