The idol of the Chinese God Kuan Kung as per Feng Shui is said to be a most powerful charm for protection, strength and money. Kuan Kung also known as Guan Yu, was a legendary warlord, known for his military skills and exploits; which immortalized him in Chinese folklore and culture and raised him to the level of a deity.
He is widely worshipped by Buddhists as well as Taoists in China and most of the Orient. His idol is one of the most important of the Chinese Charms; kept either in the home or the work place. The face of Kung Kung, in the idol is always angry. The more the anger on the face; the more powerful is said to be the idol.
The ideal location of the idol is facing the main door; kept at a height, just a little bit short of the main door. This is so because a person standing just outside the main door of the house or workplace can view the full statue; if it is positioned at a reasonable elevation.
This Charm is said to give not only protection and wealth; but the cooperation of powerful and influential persons. There is no need to worship the idol; however it should be kept clean to attract the most powerful vibrations.