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In the Footsteps of Fuxi

The Edge, Haven – October – November 2006 issue The sage-king credited with the creation of the Ba Gua. READERS FAMILIAR WITH feng shui will no doubt be familiar with the Eight Trigram symbol known as the Ba Gua.If you ever wondered where or when this symbol came about and its significance, then follow me …

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Colour Me Good

TBJ Home Master Boon Yap is a feng shui expert already well known in Malaysia, her country of birth, and Australia, her country of residence. She grew up steeped in the ancient wisdom of Chinese philosophy, where the traditions and practices of feng shui, Taoism, Confucianism, Buddhism and wushu were part of her everyday life. …

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Feng Shui That Heals

SpaChina – October-December 2007 Feng Shui that HealsThe first thing that comes to mind when one mentions Feng Shui is wealth, as in making money. However, the definition of wealth used in Feng Shui covers both monetary and non-monetary components.Health and harmony are parts of wealth, because one cannot fully enjoy wealth without health.Feng Shui …

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From Biochemistry to WuShu

From dissecting stem cells to demystifying feng shui, successful female scientist Boon Yapwrites about the all-encompassing traditional practice of Five SkillsThink of a bio-medical research scientist, internationally successful business strategist, martial arts instructor and feng shui master. It’s hard to find someonewho fits all the above descriptions until you meet Ms Yap Hwee Boon. Even …

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