Meeting Daisy Lee

As my previous post mentioned, Daisy Lee is a renowed international Qi Gong teacher. She was referred to me by a family friend in America. I went to her work shop  last weekend and learned a lot. Life depends on movement. I like exercise. My father who is a grand master of Tai Chi/Ji had trained me for about ten […]

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Feng Shui for inner self: Learn QiGong from International Expert Daisy Lee

There are nothing more than health. We need to look after our health. Money can buy many things but not health or life. QiGong is a training which directs the qi flow inside our bodies. Practising QiGong can improve the energy flow of our body, and enhance physical and mental health. There is a rare opportunity for us to learn […]

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Ba Gua orientation in Southern Hemisphere

I received emails from Kernel and other people asking about the Ba Gua orientation in the southern hemisphere. The common question is that the Ba Gua orientation is understood for the northern hemisphere; in the southern hemisphere does the Bagua orientation need to be reversed, to reflect the Sun in the North? My answer is: the Ba Gua orientation is […]

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Feng Shui for Sydney Chinatown news update

Since the Chinatown Feng Shui project has come through, I have had one meeting with the team. Attending the meeting were landscape architects Jane Irwin, Tim, Artists Lindy Lee, Jamie, Urban Designer Kristina and me. We discussed the project, what we are going to do, and how to incorporate with each others work. We then walked around the site. It […]

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Mina’s 2013 Feng Shui Calendar and Horoscope are online

There have been some exciting developments with my work lately. I was selected as the feng shui expert for the team for upgrading Thomas street and Hay street Chinatown, Sydney. It is a great pleasure and honour to  be part of this landmark design. I have been  involed with a few big projects in the past, however this one will […]

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Feng Shui and Reading

My 7 year old son has just finished reading his first chapter book by himself: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. It is a milestone for him. I was impressed by it. I  remember that I read many of Chairman Mao’s Quotations at school when I was  7, but no any chapter books. Reading is one of the best ways […]

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Attended a wedding today

It was a great pleasure to be invited by one of my clients to his wedding today. I have not attended weddings very often, because most of my friends have already married, some of them are divorced. Chinese say 入乡随俗(Rùxiāngsuísú), which means follow the local custom whatever you go. My friends have a Chinese background, they had a wedding at the […]

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Are these suburbs good feng shui?

A reporter from the Sun Herald asked me about the feng shui for a few suburbs in NSW. The issue was that suburbs like Hurstville, Eastwood, Chatswood have many Asians, the property prices are up, developers like to build more apartments in these suburbs. She asked me: do these suburbs have good feng shui? My answer was: Asians do not […]

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Feng Shui and the ‘Fifty Shades’

One of the hot topics this year is  the erotic trilogy fiction Fifty Shades of Grey, Darker, Freed by  British author Erika Leonard James.  You can see these books almost everywhere from book shops and department stores, and you can see people reading the books on public transport. Some people asked me:  why these erotic books are so popular, they […]

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My visit to Darwin

The winter in Australia is coming to the end, and spring is around the corner. This winter, Sydney was quite cold and many days were windy and wet.  My highlight of the winter was the winter escape to Darwin. Darwin is the capital city of the  Northern Territory, it is in the north of Australia, called the Top End. It […]

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