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A Fu (Chinese: 阿福; pinyin: Ā Fú) clay figurines are a speciality of Wuxi, Jiangsu, China, consisting of two figures, a boy with a red carp (homonym of the Chinese word for “prosperity”) and a girl with a chicken (homonym of the Chinese word for “auspicious”).
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