Feng shui audit for a restaurant

I was called in to check the feng shui for a restaurant yesterday. I am always happy to do feng shui for restaurants, I have done many restaurants in Sydney, and most of them have doubled or tripled their business after the consultation. My client has an Asian restaurant  located in one of the most sought after suburbs — Neutral […]

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An article about Mina R Zheng from a Feng Shui Master in China

Recently, I have studied Yang Gong feng shui in Gan Zhou, China. Master Zhen Xiang Yu took me to eight different sites to study and practise. I was also invited to a few social dinners by him. I met many wonderful people at dinner parties. I told them my story, many people were touched. And master Zhen wrote an article […]

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At the IFSA conference Melbourne

My feng shui odyssey has been busy lately, just came back with a load of new feng shui information and exciting adventures from China, I hurried to Melbourne for the international feng shui Australian chapter annual conferences. At the conference, I met many masters and colleagues. The master presenters were wonderful, there were: Stephen Skinner, Khor Tong Nee, Jerry King, […]

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Casino Feng Shui – Grand Lisboa 新葡京

My days in China were passing quickly, soon it was the day to leave. I farewelled the feng shui masters in JianXi and headed south to Australia. On the way back, I stopped at Macau to visit one of my dear friends who I haven’t seen for years. Our gathering was very cheerful. My friend showed me around the city. […]

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My Feng Shui Odyssey in China – Birth place of 扬公(YangGong) Feng Shui

Yang Gong Feng Shui is one of the main feng shui branches in China. It is the land form feng shui. In the Tang dynasty, 864-888扬公(YangGong) and his disciples invented the Feng Shui Lou Pang, which divided twenty four mountains into seventy-two dragons. Therefore, in feng shui practise the landform and 72 dragons formula enables us to observe the landform […]

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My Feng Shui Odyssey in China

China is the origin of feng shui. Since I have been a feng shui professional, I have kept the habit of  visiting China regularly to meet masters, to learn, to research, to  practice and to gain new energy. My Chinese feng shui odyssey this year will begin tomorrow.  This time, I am going to spend most of my times in […]

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Born on wrong time

I read an article in a Chinese newspaper today about a new year recruitment exhibition in Sheng Zheng, China. After Chinese New Year, it is a good season for people to look for new jobs. Many companies, corporates advertise new jobs. This years recruitments have some surprises. Many companies not only look at work experience, qualifications, sex, age, apprerance, but […]

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Renovating a Bathroom

Not many people have opportunities to build their own houses, and fewer people have the chance or knowledge to build their house according to feng shui principals. I didn’t build my house. The house I’m living in has a few feng shui problems. One of the problems was the bathroom. the shower, bath and the drains were in the wrong […]

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Run for Kids

Dear blog readers, Thank you for visiting my blog again. I received an email recently from one of my clients and friends Andy and learned that he had trained very hard to run the 14.38km to raise fund for Royal Children Hospital. To run 14.38km is not an easy task for most of us. It makes me tired by just […]

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Female Face and Bad Relationships

During more than one decade of feng shui practise, I have come across with many attractive, independent and successful females clients who have no relationships or bad relationships. There are some indications of bad relationships from the female face readings. If you see these indications on yourself, and if you choose to have a family, you will need to work […]

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