Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is one of the iconic buildings in Australia, and one of the most famous performance venues in the world. Sydney Opera House is located at northeastern tip of Sydney CBD. The building is sitting on a land which strenches into the horbour, the south side of the land conects to the Botanic Garden, and other sides […]

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Business Premises at Parramatta Rd

Parramatta road is one of the main roads in Sydney, it runs from east to west, from Broadway to the Western Suburbs. This road has a history as long as Sydney. There are many residential suburbs on the north and south side of the road. Every driver in Sydney knows this road. Even there are thousands of cars passing this […]

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Hong Kong Airport

When I visited Taiwan, I had stopped at Hong Kong airport to change flights. I noticed the airport is very large, bright, busy and vibrant. The airport is  known as Chek Lap Kok Airport, because it was built on the man-made Chek Lap Kok  island. It was completed in 1998, and is an important regional passenger hub. It is one […]

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Visiting Taiwan Township — MiaoLi

Taiwan is a beautiful island. It has many mountains. Big cities are generally built on a large flat land with a harbour nearby, in the mountain area, there are many small towns. When I was  in Taiwan  few days ago, I visited a township — 苗栗 (miaoli). This is a lovely town, it  is surrounded by mountains, on the end […]

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Visiting TaiBei night market

A special opportunity has brought me to Tai Bei (TaiPei) for a vacation during the Easter break. Tai Bei is one of the developed city in Asia, like all big cities, there are highrises, broad and busy streets, city parks in every district. You don’t see the special and charming side of Tai Bei unless you visit the night markets. […]

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About Google in China

Recently, I read an article written by Dr. Shan-Tung Hsu about Google in China. The Chinese word Gu means Valley, Ge means Song or Singing. To sing and to have the energy extended, to have the song heard in a big way, one should stand on high ground, on top of a mountain or on top of the Great Wall, […]

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Zhou Yi Prediction case study

Recently, one of my clients who lives in Switzerland had engaged me to do an assessment through email, the assessment included a question: How to stop the conflicts which are arising since generations in the neighbourhood? I had three days to finish the task. For more details about the case study, please visit www.fengshuiaustralia.com

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Sydney Fish Markets

I live five minutes drive from Sydney fish markets. As a seafood lover, I do visit the markets often. The market is located at Blackwattle Bay, near Anzac bridge, five minutes from Sydney CBD. The Fish Markets is Australia’s only working fishermen’s market, it begins at 5.30am when seafood buyers arrive to buy fresh catch of the day, there are […]

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Saturday at Deus Cafe

Today is Saturday, I’m working on most Saturdays. Having a Saturday off is precious, it is a great day to spend time with my family and friends. We went to Deus Cafe. The cafe is located on a busy road at inner west of the city, it has an interesting setting. Part of the premises is full of shinning motorbikes […]

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Dear friends

Welcome to my feng shui odyssey blog. I’m a Chinese feng shui practitioner, have been a feng shui consultant since 1996. As a feng shui practitioner, every journey is a feng shui journey, from today, I am ready to share my journeys with you. I was born and brought up in southern China in a mountain town near a creek.  […]

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