About Number Four(4) 关于数字四

The meaning of number four is a frequently asked question in my feng shui practice. Many people think number 4 is an unlucky number. The origin of such thinking is from China. In southern China, the pronunciation of 4 is similar to the word Death (死), therefore, people from southern China think 4 is inauspicious. The idea of number four […]

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Church and Feng Shui

I was invited to a baroque concert at Christ Church Lavender Bay in Sydney last Sunday. The church is located on the  lower north shore, and has  a stunning harbour view. The church was built from sandstone with beautiful arch windows, a high ceiling dome, and many religous scenes. I believe the church was built without any Chinese Feng shui […]

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How to deal with clutter

A good feng shui house must have good Qi (energy) flow. Clutter means too many useless things and disorganization. If a  house is full of clutter, then the Qi flow is blocked, and the house gets less energy. It is similar to our body is getting less oxygen. Therefore a cluttered house has poor fen shui. I have met many […]

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Chinese Valentine’s Day 中国情人节

Every Year Chinese Valentine’s day is on the 7th day of  the 7th month of the Lunar calendar. Other countries in South East Asia also celebrate love on this day. In 2010, the 7th day  of the 7th month of the lunar calendar is 16th August. Chinese Valentine’s day traditionally called 七夕 (Qixi Festival) or 七巧(Qiqiao Festival). The Qixi Festival is about a legendary love story from Chinese folklore […]

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Money Tree 发财树

Few day ago, I saw a  ‘money tree’  in the north shore of Sydney harbour. The  tree was full of five dollars notes. The tree was turned into a ‘money tree’. Passing people looked at the tree with surprise. Some people tried to use their umbrellas and cloths to get the money. The money tree was done by one of […]

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About Buddha Statues (关于佛像)

Buddha Statues (佛像)are symbols of the Buddhist religion(佛教), in the same way that the Cross(十字架) is the  symbol of Christianity(基督教). This post is not about religions, rather about the respect for symbols which represent religions. In modern western society Chinese traditional culture, including medicine, astrology, feng shui and philosophy has become popular. There are a lot of books, teachings and […]

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Visiting the Killara Grand

The Killara Grand is a development project comprising three apartment blocks. The project has been completed recently, the location is 9-23 Bruce Ave, Killara on the upper north shore of Sydney. The Killara Grand is one of the few real estate projects in Australia which have integrated the Chinese feng shui comcepts into the building  design. I was the feng […]

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Taronga Zoo

During the school holidays, most parents have plans for their kids. Visiting the Taronga Zoo was one of my plans for my five year old son. We met up with one of my friends who has two children with similar age as my son. Together, we visited the Taronga Zoo. Taronga Zoo is one of the most popular zoos in […]

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My Spiritual Guildance — Tao 道

Although feng shui is not a religion, I believe it is important to have religious beliefs. Our life consists of mind, body and soul. Our body is the temple of our soul. It is important for us to know where the soul comes from and understand where the soul will go to. I’m a Taoist,  and study and follow Buddha’s […]

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Bedroom Feng Shui

Over the past years I have consulted in many houses and apartments, obviously I have visited many bedrooms.  There have been large, small, modern, old, clean, cluttered, all kinds of bed rooms. From a feng shui point of view, there are some common rules for bedrooms which I’d like to talk about here. People spend an average of eight hours […]

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