Sunday, January 31, 2010


Currently I am on a project. Will not be updating my blog regularly for the time being, but rest assured I will be back with more...once I am done with my project. Sorry, I cannot let the cat out of the bag yet. Will annouce it once this project of mine is ready.

Please continue to stay tuned in my blog... Cheers and countdown to my project.

Here are some photos which I took at yesterday Thaipusam. Enjoy!

I like this moment, which match to our national pledge - regardless of race or religion.

Sunday, January 24, 2010


一年最好就是春季, 因为我喜欢春风吻上我的脸。Guess the best time of the year will be spring season, this is the time which everything will bloom into new life!

Anyway, here are some oldies - Chinese New Year song, from Youtube. Enjoy!

Saturday, January 23, 2010

Chinatown 2010

Today's posting is specially dedicated to all my overseas friends, they are not coming back to Singapore to celebrate Chinese New Year this year. Hey friends, here are some photos taken in Chinatown, I took them yesterday.

Hope that these photos can bring you the CNY festive mood at wherever you are now. Maybe this year I will be joining you to celebrate CNY in overseas! Happy Lunar New Year!

Simple decoration for this year CNY 2010 at Chinatown.

Stall selling CNY decorations, red looks so nice during CNY.

Is tiger year!

Lion dance to welcome year of Tiger?

Want Tao Hua?

Chinese New Year must have Bak Kwa!

Friday, January 22, 2010

The outcome - Will my maid stay?

If you have been following my blog, you would probably know that a couple of days ago, I posted a Qi Men Dun Jia chart which my friend asked me about her maid whether the maid would continue to work for them? My answer to my friend's question was YES, the maid would continue to stay.

Just a couple of hours ago, my friend text me to inform me that her maid would continue to stay and work for them. Guess this piece of news is good for my friend and this news also proved that Qi Men Dun Jia is a powerful tool, it can be used to predict an event outcome accurately!

Monday, January 18, 2010

Will my maid stay? Using Qi Men Dun Jia chart to check....

*My friend knows that I am in Qi Men Dun Jia 奇门遁甲, recently her maid told my friend that she has the intention to leave the job. My friend is worried so she asked me whether her maid would continue to stay and work for them? Based on the time she asked me the question, the Qi Men Dun Jia chart is as shown in the photo above.

A quick glance on the chart shows that she will continue to stay reason is because she needs this job!

*Note : My friend had given me the permission to post up the question asked and of course the time she asked me the question. Please take note that I will only post articles with consent from the person involved. I do NOT post anything that without consent especially if involving other parties.

Is all about (Liu Nian 流年)

Beginning of the year is always the busiest period for me. During this period, my clients would invite me to their place to do Annual (Liu Nian 流年) Fengshui Audit for them. And usually questions asked would be what is the outlook for the new year, when is the best time to do spring cleaning and when is the auspicious date to start work after CNY. Okay, here are the summary in case you have missed out my earlier postings:

2010 Forecast

Spring cleaning

Auspicious date to start work after CNY

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

CNY is coming - Is time to do spring cleaning!

Chinese New Year is just barely one month away. Soon, alot of us will be busy preparing to receive this new year; spring cleaning is something that most of us will not miss out.

As Chinese believe that by performing throughly spring cleaning in their dwellings, can help to get rid of all the "not so good luck" and to receive the new year with a fresh start.

So for those who are ready to do spring cleaning, here are some auspicious dates for you to carry spring cleaning:

16 Jan 2010 Sat
28 Jan 2010 Thurs
10 Feb 2010 Wed

Let me take this opportunity to wish you a Happy Spring Cleaning and hope that you will have a great start for this Lunar New Year!

Monday, January 11, 2010

Warming up...for CNY

Every year without fail, I will always look forward to Chinese New Year (CNY) period. I always like CNY, maybe this is the only time that I have the chance to catch up with all my friends and relatives. And most importantly, I enjoy the CNY ambience!

Well, CNY is still about one month away from now. Nevertheless, here are some lovely CNY songs from 988 to warm up the CNY festive mood.

I like this song very much even though it was 2009 CNY song.

2010 CNY Songs from 988

Friday, January 8, 2010

A visit to Pinnacle at Duxton

Visited to the most unique public housing in Singapore history : - the highest public housing, 50 storey which comes with Skybridge! This Skybridge located at 26th and 50th storey is first in the world that linked 7 blocks of buildings together.

Approaching the unique buildings.....
Entering to the car park.

Welcome to Pinnacle.

Is tall! Or is giant?

Which block will you choose?

See the two skybridges that linked at 26th and 50th storey?

First time in our history, the highest public housing at 50 storey.

Will you dare to climb at 50 storey?

Entrance to the skybridge.
Wonderful view...
Is beautiful!
For more details on how to access to the skybridge, you can click on this Pinnacle Skybridge at Duxton

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Year of Tiger is a Blind Year, therefore not an ideal year to tie the knot?

Blind year is defined as there is no Li Chun 立春 during Lunar New Year. In the case of year 2010, Li Chun 立春 which falls on 4 Feb comes much earlier than the first day of Lunar New Year, 14 Feb 2010. As such, there will be no Li Chun 立春 in this Lunar New Year and this is regarded as Blind Year.

Recently, there was a topic on Blind Year, masters were trying to explain the effects of Blind Year. One of the effects which caught my attention was; Blind Year is not suitable to tie the knots. Some believe that tying the knots during Blind Year would be bad for marriage.

I wondered if that was true, then bridal shops would have closed down during Blind Years! Couples wanted to tie the knots would have shunned those Blind years and how would bridal shops survive if there was no business?

Now, let's look at this issue of Blind Year with a broad mind, if we were to look at those couples who tied their knots during Blind Years, are they all divorced now? Cannot be right?

So does that mean that couples who tied the knots outside Blind years would end up having better relationship? Well, I bet you have the answer to the last question!

In conclusion, please do not hesitate to tie the knots just because it is a Blind Year. Just remember to consult a Fengshui Master to pick an auspicious date to wed, marriage can be good as those who wedded during non-Blind years.

Good luck and congratulations to those who are tying the knots in the Year of Tiger!

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Receive Cai Shen Ye 财神爷 (God of Wealth) on the first day of CNY

Alot of Chinese believe that on the first day of Lunar New Year, if you were to pray to God of Wealth and to receive him at the correct (auspicious) direction and timing, your pocket will be filled with money throughout the whole year! As for businessmen, by receiving God of Wealth, business in that year will grow!

This coming Lunar New Year which falls on 14 Feb 2009. The direction to receive God of Wealth will be at South-east, time is Early Rat Hour which is from 0001hrs to 0059hours. Okay, hope that this new year, God of Wealth will be bringing you alot of wealth.... Gong Xi Fa Cai 恭喜发财!

Monday, January 4, 2010

Back to school..Using Fengshui to improve academic result

Today is first day of school re-open, a special day for kids who start their school life! Nowadays, school assignments are getting much difficult to complete as compared to last time when I was in school.

And back in the 70's or even 80's, using computers to do school assignments were unheard but now, is so common for students to complete their assignments and submit online.

Well, time may have changed the way how students need to submit their assignments. However, using fengshui to improve academic results are still the same. One of the common methods that fengshui masters would advise is using Pagoda, by placing the Pagoda at your academic position, it would enhance your ability to learn and improve your analytical mind.

But did you know that apart from using Pagoda, you can use 4 ink brushes to hang onto a calligraphy stand? This method is as good as using Pagoda to improve your fengshui in academic area. And the reason for using 4 ink brushes is because 4 represents academic star in Flying Star*.

To wrap up this blog, I wish all students good luck in your studies, may all of you pass your examinations with flying colours....

* Flying Star is one of the fengshui methods.

Saturday, January 2, 2010

Fengshui article from Asia One

Saw this interesting fengshui article from asia one website. In case you have missed my 2010 forecast which I posted earlier, here we go Year of Tiger 2010 . Have a great weekend!

Friday, January 1, 2010

Welcome 2010 with a big Bang!

Let's welcome 2010.... Hope that this new year will bring good luck to everybody!

Fengshui Audit in Adelaide 2005

Fengshui Audit in Adelaide 2005