This is 22 inch Wuhan Wind Gong that is pictured above.
Wind Gongs are flat, compared to their gong relatives, and provide the gong striker with a high pitched, shiny overtone and long sustain.
You've probably seen Wuhan Wind Gongs played by rock drummers who use a big kit. They incorporate a wind gong when they are looking for a crashy, trashy, (and to keep the rhyme going), splashy sound.
However, in a more traditional setting, Wuhan Wind Gongs are played with a soft mallet, which makes the gong sound much different than a drumstick.
If you're lucky, after you buy a wind gong, you'll be visited by Fei Lian, the Chinese God of Wind. You'll know it's him, cause he looks like a winged dragon with the head of a stag and the tail of a snake. (He's a god made by committee.)
Please note: Although pictured with a lot of percussion, this price is for Gong only.