In Chinese culture, the ear of wheat is a symbol of wealth, peace, harvest, hope and modesty. The word for wheat ears has the same pronunciation as "sell", so many people will give them ears of wheat when the store opens, which means big sales and prosperous business; the word for ears of wheat ears has the same pronunciation as "sui", so the ears of wheat ears also have the same sound as Suisui Ping An and Nian. The meaning of good health. When the wheat ears are ripe, they will become golden and full, so the golden ears of wheat symbolize a good harvest and represent hope. Ripe ears of wheat will bend down, so the ears of wheat are also a symbol of modesty and humility.