While undeniably cute and plush, like its unstuffed counterpart, this tiger doll possesses a ferocious energy. With the Chinese character “王”, meaning king, stamped on its forehead, the doll lets its mark of greatness known, so trespassers beware! The tiger is able to drive out evil spirits and protect the home, making it a perfect item for your household. Not just for display, this toy is tough enough for play. Gift this doll to a kiddy in your life to give them the spirit and blessing of the tiger.
Measurements:Small: 12cm x 9cm x 12cm / Large: 18cm x 14cm x 16cm
The first & only 100% all-natural Sichuan chili sauce, proudly crafted in Chengdu. It's hot, spicy, crispy, numbing and deliciously savory. Intensely flavorful yet not off-the-charts spicy, it’ll make your food taste bolder and the world around you seem a little bit brighter. Use it on everything. Yes, even that.
6oz, small-batch crafted, made in Sichuan Province and bottled in California.
Fly By Jing was founded in 2018, inspired by the amazing flavors of Jing, the creator's, hometown Chengdu and its famous fly restaurants— soulful hole-in-the-wall eateries so good they attract diners like flies.
Fly By Jing doesn't conform to anyone else's notions of value, taste, tradition. It is one person's recipes, one person's vision, and one person's story. With these products, Jing tells his.
As 2020 comes to a close, we can all use a bit of extra luck. The Lucky Bundle includes an Eternal Calendar, a Persimmon Jar, a pack of Great Fortune Envelopes, Blessing Stickers, and our signature Thank You Tray. This winning combination is sure to center your mind and body, ensuring the new year is both fabulous and fruitful.
Every day is significant. Find out what the day has in store using the ancient Chinese wisdom of the astral and planetary positions. Let the heavenly bodies advise you– should you get married today or clean your house? For those who can't read Chinese, explanations are posted daily on Chop Suey's Instagram @chop_suey_club!
In Chinese tradition, the persimmon symbolizes good fortune. Add a little good luck to your things by stashing them in this Persimmon Jar. While ideal for tea and herb storage, the jar's three sizes mean you can potentially hide a variety of things within this luscious fruit.
Small: 3" x 3"; Medium: 5" x 4.5"; Extra Large: 9" x 8.5"
Satisfy your love for gaming with our OG Bundle. Comes with our Mahjong Rubiks Cube, Ice/Chocolate Mold, Mahjong Socks, our classic Thank You Tray, and the crowd favorite, Gold Dice. Finally, don’t forget to take your winnings home using the Money Envelope Packs.
Let everyone know you take your chances seriously with these golden brass dice. Featuring a sophisticated shine and pleasant weight, even your aunties will be intimidated the next time you show up to game night.
Oxidation will naturally occur due to the brass material, make sure to polish them once in a while.
Sweeten up the notoriously ruthless ancient game of Mahjong with chocolate. Use these colorful silicone molds to make 21 chocolate or ice cube mahjong "tiles" for yourself or your mahjong fanatic friend.
This item is sold in random colors.
Detail: Oven, dishwasher, microwave, and freezer safe from 240°C to -60°C / 464°F - 76°F.
Measurement: 28.5cm x 14cm x 1.5cm / 11.22" x 5.51" x 0.59"
The Double Happiness Bundle is a blessed trinity-- a pair of 雙喜 socks, Thomas Sauvin’s Until Death Do us Part Photobook, and of course, our signature Thank You Rolling Tray. Prepare yourself for joyful celebration, because this holiday season, Double Happiness is coming as a trio.
Until Death Do Us Part [双喜] focuses on the unexpected role cigarettes play in Chinese weddings.
As a token of appreciation, it is customary for the bride to light a cigarette for each and every man invited. The bride and the groom are then invited to play some cigarette-smoking games of an unprecedented ingenuousness. This publication pays homage to a tradition in which love and death walk hand in hand.
These photos come from the Beijing Silvermine project, an archive of half a million negatives salvaged over the years from a recycling plant on the edge of Beijing.