Name: Chinese charater for water
According to www.religionfacts.com, water is one of the five elements of Chinese philosophy, along with wood, fire, earth, and metal. Water is viewed as a life source, which likely stems from its importance in the natural world and for sustaining life. China’s east coast contain 9,000 miles of shoreline and its home to two of the world’s six largest rivers, the Yangtze, which is the third largest, and the Yellow, which is the 6th.
Name: "Double Happiness"
According to www.religionfacts.com, this symbol is commonly used in Confucianism as well as in Chinese religious culture. It features the same Chinese character side-by-side and is used to express a variety of things such as marriage