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"Happiness is a choice that requires effort at times"

At last, for the majority of you, this is about to change. Indeed, the change could even be as a result of your increased activities within the work place. Able to fully appreciate what you have got in life, you will be able to look to your future. Since you should at present be very much at ease with the world, you will feel keen to include all your loved ones in your plans, finding especial pleasure in trying to ensure that family members also can share in your positive view of life.
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18th December 2006

Pi Xiu
It is the ninth offspring of the dragon. Covered with whitish-grey fur, Pixiu has the head of a Chinese dragon, but is commonly depicted with only one antler. Ancient Chinese depictions of Pixiu show the male with the single antler, and the female with two antlers. As with the Chinese Phoenix, the common image today is a representation of a single sex. Pixiu craves for the smell of money and it likes to bring his master money in his mouth. Statue...Pi Xiu in Full
 
Feng Shui Item: Kong Meng on Tiger Throne
Kong Meng on Tiger Throne
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Feng Shui for Beginners
Feng Shui (pronounced 'foung shway') is an ancient Chinese art of understanding the relationship between one's surroundings and how it affects personal health, wealth, and harmony. The physical placement and location of your dwellings, interior layout and landscape combined with the flow of chi can be harnessed to one's personal gain. Many might mistakenly categorize Feng Shui as geomancy, but upon closer inspection: one would realize they are tw...Read Introduction to Feng Shui in Full
  Eight Immortals
Elder Zhang Guo: He is represented as an Old Man riding a donkey. (Sometimes Backwards) He is usually carrying two drumsticks. Legend has it that at the end of his journeys, he could fold up his donkey like a piece of paper and store him in his wallet. When he was ready to travel again he would sprinkle water on his wallet and the Donkey would reappear. Zhongli Quan: This is the familiar Fat Man with his bare belly showing. He always carries a fa...Eight Imomrtals in Full


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