Hundred Fortunes Coming Together

Ha Yiqi1985

China Intangible Heritage Industry Alliance

China Intangible Heritage Industry Alliance
Beijing, China

This kite adopted the pattern of bats, a symbol of good luck seen by the Chinese people due to the homonym of “bat” and “fortune” in the Chinese language, biting traditional Chinese “Good Luck Knots” painted in a joyful and enthusiastic array of colors to visualize wishes as conveyed in the four-character Chinese idiom meaning “hundred fortunes coming together”.


  • Title: Hundred Fortunes Coming Together
  • Creator: Ha Yiqi
  • Date: 1985
  • Type: Beijing Ha Yiqi Kite
  • Physical format: 96x113cm

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