Feng Shui and Learning Music

This topic seems strange. Feng Shui and learning music sound like different things. Feng shui is ancient Chinese art. Good feng shui means good Qi flow. If a place has good Qi flow, the residents are happy and full of positive energy. Music can change the environment. It adds life to the space.  Therefore, music can change the energy flow of […]

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Comments for my feng shui blog

I received emails asked about why comments for the posts are not seen on the blog. Here is why: due to the very high volume of the non human users (e.g. programs) blasted the comments sector of my blog, we had to put a spam cleaner to block the spam. It also blocked the genuine comments.

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Feng Shui and Camping

This post is about Feng Shui and Camping. I’m camping now, hence this post. The fact is I’ve rarely had experience with camping. I camped once twenty years ago, and thought it was terrible. Here is my camping story: Every year in mid April  is the school holidays in NSW and the Easter Holiday in Western countries. Most family have […]

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Gold Coast Chinatown

Recently, I was engaged by Gold Coast city council for feng shui consultations for the Gold Coast Chinatown development. This is the second time I have been involved in China town developments in Australia. The previous one was the Sydney Chinatown upgrade My tasks were to consider the elements that a China town should have, to enhance the good feng […]

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I Ching Prediction for the Missing Airplane MH370

Recently, the news of the Malaysia missing air plane has caught the attention and concern of the world.  It was the passenger flight Boeing 777 Flight MH370 from KL to Beijing on 8/3/2014 . There were 239 people on board including the 12 crew members. The flight went missing mysteriously about one hour after taking off. More than 26 countries […]

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Feng Shui for Corporate Events

Recently, I have been engaged by St George Bank to do feng shui speeches for corporate events, to celebrate Chinese New Year. Speaking to a few hundred people is not something I do everyday. But to speak about something I know so well is not hard, and I could talk all day. The difficult part was to present such a […]

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2014 Wood Horse Year Magic Days

This is the Wood Horse Year. Some people asked me why it is Wood Horse year and what does it mean? This  refers to the Chinese Traditional Calendar. The Traditional Calendar is also called Xia Li or Nong Li (Xia Calendar or Farmer’s Calendar). The Traditional calendar used ten Heavenly Stems and twelve Earthly Branches to record time. The Ten […]

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Happy Chinese New Year 马年快乐!

Today is the first day of the first lunar month of 2014. It is Chinese New Year’s Day. 2014 is the Horse year, this year brings strong fire element. It symbolises strong and powerful energy and success. Wish your year is full of sunshine and joy. Hope you have great health, wealth and achieve your dreams.  

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My holiday in Cairns, Australia

As a Chinese Feng Shui Consultant, I have always been very busy with work at the end and the beginning of the year. I don’t remember ever taking a proper holiday in the holiday season in past ten years. However, this year I decided to take a holiday when most people are having holidays, no matter what. My holiday destination […]

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Happy New Year

Today is the first day of January 2014. It is also the first day of the last month of 2013 on the Chinese Lunar calendar. The double 1st marks a symbol of new beginnings, new energy and new journeys. It is a great day to start something new . The Open Direction of the day is NE, the Wealth Direction […]

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