Very good. Quite clear. In a general sense, I like it. At least now I know more about Feng Shui. Thank you.
Kartika Wahjuni Sutikna, Singapore
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6 Jan 2006 - Penang, Malaysia
The OCBC Bank (Malaysia) Berhad in the Penang branch decided to give their loyal clients a treat on the 6 th January when they invited Joey Yap to give a Feng Shui and Astrology 2006 talk at a dinner event specially organized to coincide with the Chinese New Year festivities. This was held at the Grand Plaza Parkroyal Hotel in Batu Ferringhi.
Joey Yap started with an introduction to the Feng Shui fundamentals, so that those who had no prior exposure to Feng Shui would have an idea of what classical Feng Shui was really about. He then launched into the presentation of what the year ahead – the year of the Fire Dog – held in store from a Feng Shui perspective. Basing the outlook on the Annual Flying Star Chart, Joey explained how the ‘wealth' sector of the year was in the North and how you could go about capitalizing on this.
The second half of the talk focused more on the Chinese Zodiac Animal sign outlook for the year. In addition to the other animal signs, Joey Yap elaborated on how Snakes would have a good year ahead but those born under the sign of the Dragon should be more cautious in the year ahead.
To add a little twist to the whole proceedings, Joey Yap also threw in some tid-bits on Face Reading throughout the talk; teaching the members of the audience how to use this to their benefit and further enhance their forecast of the year that was coming.
The mood was light hearted and energetic as the audience soaked up the information. When it came to the Questions and Answers session, Joey Yap entertained as many question as he could before the session came to a close.
Reported by G Nathan