Blossoming Florals Ang Pao
Flowers are a mainstay of every Chinese celebration, signifying spring and blooming prosperity. For this, we use simple yet vibrant colours to complement the gold motifs.
Forest of Blooms Ang Pao
With a contemporary Malaysian a feel, the vibrant flora and fauna is an ode to our Peranakan heritage. The stylised illustration of chrysanthemums, harvest and fowls of fortune signifies an abundance of health, longevity and good luck.
King of The Birds Ang Pao
Phoenixes (known to the Chinese as the ‘king of birds’) flying in the sky signify the arrival of spring and a prosperous year ahead. A touch of gold completes the opulent design inspired by the Chinese emperors’ robe.
Auspicious Spring Ang Pao
A magpie sitting among the persimmon fruits symbolises the start of an auspicious year. A tinge of gold stamping is used to enhance the overall beauty of the design.
Good Luck in Full Swing Ang Pao
“Feng Yi Zu Shi” (丰衣足食) carries a delightful wish that conveys having ample food and being well clothed. This design translates that idiom into cheery monkeys swinging on fruit-bearing trees, adorned with Chinese plum flowers and gold foil motifs.
More Than A Little Monkey Business Ang Pao
This quirky design is partly due to the play on the Cantonese word for banana, “jiu”, which has the same pronunciation as the Chinese proverb meaning spirited, lively energy – extremely lucky especially in money matters.
Fortune Monkey Ang Pao
Our ‘lucky’ monkey, nestling on a bed of flowers and stylised by Peranakan inspired drawing, expresses the meaning of good fortune. The embossed clouds lift the stance of the monkey into the sky, giving it a divine touch complete with rosy-hued foil motifs.
12 Monkeys Ang Pao Combo
A classic set of 2016’s Year of the Monkey Ang Pao collection for those enthusiasts in the art & design industry. Get yours today!