Amongst the decorations for Taiwanese traditional architectures, the often-seen utensils with their subjects include: Babao (the eight magic keys held by the Eight Fairies-a palm-leaf fan, a calabash, a floral basket, a lotus, a sword, a bamboo flute, a fish drum and a jade board,) Four Instruments (Chin [a zither-like plucked instrument], chi[all forms of chess], writing and drawing), flags, spheres, halberbs, chime stones, vases, incense burners, Ruyi (objects with specific shapes that represent good fortune) and coins; all represent peace, good luck, praying for prosperity and the wishes to teach temperament.Nevertheless, some breeds were so rare that one couldn’t buy one even he had the money; therefore, the peony had become the symbol of wealth. When people saw the beauty peony, they could feel the beauty, happiness, good fortune and luxury of life. Diaotong (the short column hung under the beam) at the Palace of Worship of Guanyin Temple, Mt. Lianzuo The loop board on top of the partition in the living room of Li Teng-Fang Historical Residence The loop board on top of the partition in the living room of Li Teng-Fang Historical Residence The parapet of the street houses on Jhongshan Rd, Dasi Jhaobi at the front yard of Guanyin Temple, Shoushanyan The wall block on the facing wall of Jingfu Temple, Taoyuan Shueichedu on the gable at the protection room of Guanyin Tianshuei Hall The stone lion at the front yard of Guanyin Temple, Shoushanyan