“Bai Tsai” is a homonym for "100 times prosperity" or "100 treasures arrive." Therefore, this charm is used to attract money and good fortune. One of the most famous representations of this charm is in the Taipei's National Palace Museum. The “Bai Tsai” hangs off of a metal money coin with a red cord and elaborate knot work.
Two round Jade beads dangle from its ends. Marina's Tip: I love learning about new charms and the meanings behind them. This is brand-new to Feng Shui Shopper - arrived this past week from Taipei.