No, it’s not King Felix, mah-hah-bone, or monkeys.
The holy word of CHI is in fact “aejibo”, pronounced ee ji (like eye) bow (like bow and arrow).
The word has a strange history, and is reputed to have been used by knights entering the fray of battle.
Aejibo means “to sally forth in the hopes of victory”, it is an exclamation of joy before the unexpected, or, more accurately, the unknown.
Chians seeking to ameliorate their Good Times Quotient will offer this exclamation before the Holy Day begins, and upon any commencement of Good Times activities.