He-He er xian
He-He er xian (Chinese: 和合二仙; pinyin: Hé-Hé èr xiān, i.e. "Two immortals [named] Hé and Hé"), also known as the "Immortals of Harmony (和) and Union (合)" or "the two spirits of Harmony and Union" are two Taoist immortals. They are popularly associated with a happy marriage.
He and He are typically depicted as boys holding a lotus flower (荷, hé) and a box (盒, hé).
- Welch, Patricia Bjaaland (2008). Chinese art: a guide to motifs and visual imagery. Tuttle Publishing. p. 270.
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