Resin cheering Chinese Buddha


The laughing Buddha is also known as "Budai" or "Hotei" in Chinese culture, and he is considered to be an incarnation of Maitreya, the future Buddha. The image of the laughing Buddha is typically depicted as a rotund, jolly man with a big belly, carrying a cloth sack filled with sweets and other symbolic items, and wearing a broad smile on his face. He is often shown with children and animals, which represents his love and compassion for all beings.

In addition to representing prosperity and happiness, the laughing Buddha is also associated with good luck and wealth. According to Feng Shui, placing a statue of the laughing Buddha in the home or workplace is believed to attract positive energy and abundance, and to help dispel negative thoughts and emotions. The image of the laughing Buddha is also sometimes carried as a good luck charm or displayed in homes, shops, and temples, as a reminder of the importance of finding joy and contentment in life.