Laughing Buddha Garden Statues

The laughing Buddha is a well-known figure in Chinese culture and Buddhism. Also known as Budai or Pu-Tai, the laughing Buddha is often depicted as a cheerful, bald man with a large belly and a happy smile. In Chinese culture, the laughing Buddha is considered a symbol of happiness, good luck, and abundance. It is believed that rubbing his belly brings good luck and prosperity. Additionally, the laughing Buddha is often associated with the concept of contentment, and his image is said to promote feelings of joy and contentment. Each sculpture in the Laughing Buddha Garden is full of vivid and lively energy, and their various postures and expressions add charm to the entire garden. The garden is adorned with lush greenery and colorful flowers, forming a harmonious scene with these laughing Buddhas.