Day: November 1, 2020

Feng Shui might

The Star Lifestyle, November 8, 2005Feng Shui mightBy Majorie Chew Halfway through a feng shui course, a woman started weeping. The alarmed feng shui grandmaster later found out the cause of her sadness. The woman was convinced that if she had taken the course earlier, she could have saved the lives of her husband, an in-law and …

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Feng Shui for Health

iSmile Magazine, Cover Story Living in harmony with our environment is good for health. The Chinese have mastered feng shui, the science of identifying and tapping ‘positive’ energy and avoiding ‘negative’ energy from the environment. Good feng shui calculations and analyses can point us to ‘auspicious’ energy for health, money, position, relationship and personal harmony. …

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Bio-Medical Scientist Extraordinaire

iSmile Nov/Dec 2005 – PROFILE Age: 45, singleOccupation: Company Director,Apac BioMed Solutions,Managing Director, Feng Shui For Enriching LivesQualifications: Master of Science (Department of Medicine), University of Melbourne, Australia,Executive MBA, University of New South Wales, AustraliaFavourite food: Malaysian fruitsExercise: Meditation combined with Reiki and martial artsSupplements: Gingko, multivitamins and moreVitamin C when travelling She defies the …

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Do you have what it takes?

TRAVEL Monday, 29 Jun 200912:00 AM MYT The Star THE Kham Aid Foundation website provides a guide on what to expect for those who sign up as volunteer art conservators. Although no experience is needed for the wall paintings conservation tasks, volunteers should be “educated, caring and patient”. Kham Aid hopes to get a multi-talented …

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Journey of discovery

TRAVEL Monday, 29 Jun 200912:00 AM MYTBy Majorie Chiew A group of adventurous volunteers took the route less travelled, and was greatly enriched by the experience. AFTER their stint in Wayao, the Kham Aid Foundation’s volunteer art conservators journeyed deeper into Kham Tibet to check the state of repairs of temples on their itinerary. They travelled …

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Underneath the muck

TRAVEL Monday, 29 Jun 200912:00 AM MYTBy MAJORIE CHIEW It was a tour like no other for a team of volunteers who journeyed into the Asian heartland to restore age-old Buddhist paintings . IN October 2007, seven volunteers headed for Wayao in the remote western part of Sichuan, China, to resume art restoration work that had …

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