Ba Zi and Feng Shui Training

I have been involved in Chinese metaphysics for all my life (more than 40 years) and have been a feng shui professional  for more than a decade. Many people have asked me to teach this subject in the past,  I felt I was not ready. Ancient Chinese saying: 十年一剑 (shi nian yi jian), meaning it takes ten years to train […]

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Lucky coins and gambling

I received a telephone call from a stranger today. She asked me if the Chinese custom of carrying three ancient Chinese coins in your wallet could bring good luck with money. She had bought three of these coins tied up with ribbon, and put them inside her wallet. She went to the casino, lost a lot of money, tried to […]

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Chinese Traditional Festivals

An organisation in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs asked me about Chinese Traditional Festivals, as they wanted to celebrate them. Here are the main festivals celebrated in China. 1. Chinese New Year 春节 is on 3rd Feb, 2011. It is the first day of the lunar calendar 2011. 2. Lantern Festival 元宵节is a traditional Chinese festival, which is celebrated by the Chinese […]

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The first day of the Chinese New Year

We Chinese celebrate the Chinese New Year. Chinese New Year is the biggest festival in China, the celebration generally lasts 15 days. Thursday the 3rd Feb 2011 was the Chinese New Years day. In Australia, this day was not a public holiday. By following the Chinese tradition, I made sure that the first day of the new year  to be […]

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2011 feng shui update

2011 is a metal rabbit year辛卯年, it starts on 4 February. At the ending of the tiger year and the begining of rabbit year, it is a good time for us to update the feng shui and get ready to meet the new energy of the new year. The metal rabbit  will bring a lot of good fortune, wonderful relationships, […]

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International Feng Shui Day

Feng shui风水 is a part of ancient Chinese Metaphysics 玄学, it is a traditional Chinese architectural theory. It is also a philosophy of living harmoniously with the environment. In past three decades, feng shui has spread to the Western world, and has been used by many Western people. The power of feng shui has helped a lot of people to […]

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Happy New Year!

Our calendar has moved to 1 January 2011 today. On New Years Eve, our city had a magnificent fireworks to celebrate the new year and farewell 2010. Millions of people joined  the celebration. However on the feng shui calendar 农历 (Chinese farmers calendar), today is 27th November, tiger year 2010. Chinese New Year is on 3 February 2011, and the […]

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Feng Shui and the Christmas

Christmas and New Year are the biggest festival holidays in western countries. Every year from late October, we start to see the Christmas decorations in shopping arcades and streets. In early December, many houses also put up Christmas decorations. The Christmas colours quickly spread through the cities and the whole country. The Christmas lights tingle at night, telling us that […]

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Feng Shui and the Cricket Match

The Ashes Test Series — Australian Vs England cricket match is the biggest sport event  in Australia this summer. Tens of thousands people will watch the games. When I was in Adelaide last week, I went to Adelaide Oval to be one of the audience. When I first came to Australia in 1990 from China, I had no idea about […]

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Watching the Sculptures by the Sea

One of the things I like about Sydney so much is the beauty brought to the city by the sea. Last Sunday was the last day of the sculpture exhibition by the sea in Sydney’s eastern suburbs. It was a sunny day with a clear sky and warm weather. After dropping my son to the weekend Chinese school I went […]

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