The "I-Ching" (also known as the "Book of Changes") originates from China. With a history of over 3,000 years, it was one of the most important Chinese classical texts used by the ancient Chinese emperors to guide the rule of their kingdoms and manage state affairs.
Chi-Jen Liu connects all the coins together with numerology. In Chinese culture, the numbers one, six, and eight can be articulated to sound like "road to prosperity." He also draws upon the feng shui concept of the "Flying Stars," which is the astrological calculation of the dominant energies of a particular annual cycle.