China Rich Girlfriend Symbols & Objects

Kevin Kwan
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A Photo of Carlton

This photo of Carlton is a symbol of identity. When Eleanor see how much Carlton looks like Rachel, she hires a private investigator and discovers that Carlton and Rachel share the same father.

The Palace of Eighteen Perfections

The Palace of Eighteen Perfections is a symbol of wealth and affluence. Several people, including Lester and Valerie Liu, and Kitty Pong, bid on the chance to own these scrolls because they believe they will win respect from rich Asian families in addition to the artifacts.

A Simple Ring

This simple ring is a symbol of Rachel’s understated personality. Even though Nick’s family is rich and she could have gotten any size ring she wanted, Rachel preferred one that was understated.

Drive-In Elevator

This drive-in elevator is a symbol of Carlton’s lavish spending. Shaoyen tells Eleanor that the drive-in elevator is needed...

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