Feng Shui for Ceru Restaurant

It was great to be part of the Ceru restaurant opening celebration today. My family and I enjoyed good food and had great time there. The most important thing for me was to see how the restaurant turned out after my feng shui consultations. Ceru is a successful UK restaurant. A few months ago, the celebrity chef Tom Kime (from […]

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Feng Shui Artworks for Chatswood

I have had a great honour to work with landscape architect Ross Shepherd for the site artworks for Thirty8 Archer St, Chatswood. The artworks are finally in place. Look striking. It will be open to public soon. The Dragon and the Dragon Fish symbolise prosperity. Adding lot of positive energy to Chatswood.

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Feng Shui for the Dixon Street Haymarket Sydney

Recently, I was engaged to do a feng shui consultation for a place in Sydney Chinatown. The project is to convert a top floor attic like space into a co working space in the centre of Dixon street. I was surprised to see that such big area in the heart of Chinatown had not been used for more than ten […]

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Feng Shui and the Labyrinth

Recently, during the school holidays, we had a family outing to the Sydney Centennial Park and visited the labyrinth. Sydney centennial park is an amazing place. It is huge and beautiful (about 189 hectares), and located at about 4km SE from CBD. It took us about 15 minutes to get there. It was one of the beautiful days in winter. […]

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Gold Coast Chinatown — The Confucius Statue

Last year, Gold Coast Council engaged me to provide feng shui input for the design of Wealth Pai Fang and the position of the Confucius Statue. The argument was whether the Confucius statue should face Davenport Street or Young Street. I studied the site, suggested the Statue to face Davenport Street, facing the center of the site. However, there is […]

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Feng Shui Tips: What you mustn’t see from the entrance?

In feng shui, the main entrance of a house or apartment is one of the main concerns. The main entrance is called ‘玄关'(Xun Guan), refering to mysterious gate. How the entrance is set up rules the fortune and well being of the occupants. From my 18 years feng shui practice, there are some common problems from the main entrance. Here […]

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My visit to China 2015

I have just came back from a trip to China. It was interesting. I had the opportunity and pleasure to climb a mountain, seek the Dragon Vein and visit a site which was chosen by a well known Feng Shui Master in China. It is to be a Crab Den. (shape of a crab from the environment). Here are some […]

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How to Harmonise Love Relationships

Relationship issues are commonly raised during my feng shui practice. There are many things which can affect relationships. From feng shui and I Ching theory, I can provide five points to help improve the love relationship. First, we need to look at the yin yang of the house. If the house yin yang unbalanced, the relationship between the husband and […]

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Chinese New Year in the Sydney Morning Herald

Yesterday I was called by the Sydney Morning Herald to help with a Chinese New Year article. Please read it here: Chinese New Year article

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Feng Shui and Mona Museum of Old & New Art

Tasmania was the only state I haven’t been in Australia. During this holidays, we finally made a family trip to Tasmania to see this part of Aussie land which I had been longing for. Tasmania is a beautiful place. It has many national parks. It has the one of the world’s great natural ecologies. We hired a car and stayed […]

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