Dried Seafood: Usually in a box of four, six, or eight, depending on the headcount. Fat choy must be included in the gifts, which could also include abalones, dried oysters, conpoy, dried shiitake, dried shrimps, dried squids, dried sea cucumbers, shark fin, and fish maw, amongst others. The gifts will be divided into four individual packages, two of which will be returned to the sender as a gesture of respect and to symbolize good luck. There is no formal specification as to how much these gifts should weigh.
Three Meats: This consists of two hen and two roosters, three to five catties of pork, butterflied, and four fish, usually big ones. Each of these meats symbolizes a form of good luck. The three meats can be substituted by three Lai See's (red pockets), each with an indication on the envelope. In addition, four bottles of wine should also be presented as gifts.
Coconuts and Pinang Palms: Each two pairs
Four Treasure Jin Guo: Consisting of dried longan, dried laichee, dried walnut, and peanuts in the shell
Tealeaves & Sesame Seeds: The tea leaves would preferably be Lu’an