Composing those auspicious patterns with similar characteristics and implications not only preserve the original meanings but also enrich the decoration with more cultural and artistic pleasure. Double joy (a pair of magpies); three plenty (bergamot, peach, pomegranate); four purity (plum, cassia, chrysanthemum, narcissus); five fortunes (herbaceous plants, calamus, lotus, pomegranate, loquat fruit); six gentlemen (plum, cypress, pagoda tree, elm, Chinese catalpa, arbor); seven fragrant patterns (lily, cassia, plum, chrysanthemum, jasmine, narcissus, Cape jasmine); eight immortals (Han Jhongli, Jhang Guolao, Han Siangzi, Li Tieguai, He Siangu, Cao Guojiou, Lan Caihe and Lyu Dongbin.) The standing wall block at the front palace of Wang’s Residence, Kinmen Sanhou