I am a Chinese Feng Shui Master. I live in Melbourne, Australia but I was 100% made in China.

I was born in China in the mid-60s when Feng Shui practice was banned at that time during Culture Revolution. However, the village I was born is remote and far away from the Capital – Beijing. Due to popularity of Chinese Feng Shui, people in the area at that time were still practicing Feng Shui but of course at very low key. I have written a few lines about my personal Yin Feng Shui story in What is Feng Shui. I explained why the tomb stone erection ceremony for my great grandfather was done at midnight.

Nowadays, Feng Shui is still so popular in the area I was born. Traditionally, when a person grows older than 70 of age, he/she will ask their children to find themselves a good Feng Shui resting place. They are all well prepared. There is no taboo at all. It is all natural. It is part of the human life cycle. (Birth, Growth, Sick, Die)

A filial son or daughter will hire a Chinese Feng Shui Master to find good Feng Shui dragon den for their parents. By doing so, parents can rest at a good Feng Shui place after they passed away. In return, good Feng Shui dragon den can bring good Feng Shui energy Qi back to their offspring.

In Hong Kong, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia, Vietnam, most of the rich businessmen were from the nearby areas I was born. The richest in Hong Kong Mr. Li is from this area. Mr. Yeung in jewellery and entertainment industries, Mr. Lau in investment finance market and Mr. Lam in garment business were all from this area. Here is the link you can find more people in Asia from Teochew area: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Teochew_people

In my opinion, other than the hard working and dedication of these people, Feng Shui is also another factor of contributing to their success.

In Yin Feng Shui, by measuring and calculating the incoming mountain and water dragons, the sitting and facing of the tomb stone and the surroundings, a genius traditional Chinese Feng Shui Master is able to predict what and when is going to happen to the family after the burial.

Chinese Feng Shui Master find feng shui dragon den

In traditional Feng Shui, provided that a Chinese Feng Shui Master is an authentic and qualified one, he is able to find a special feng shui dragon den, after burial with Feng Shui date selection; it has very high change of producing an emperor, a billionaire or a scholar in years. However, there are very limited such dragon dens in China. According to one of Chinese Feng Shui Masters I know in Hong Kong. He told me that there are total seven such emperor dragon dens and five were used in China.

This Chinese Feng Shui Master I know, his Master’s Master, Bu Gou Wu was the Feng Shui Master who buried Chairman Mao’s grandfather in an excellent Feng Shui Dragon Den in mid-Autumn 1904. Bu Gou Wu predicted in 31 years’ time Mao Zedong (He was 11 years old at the time) would be in a very high power position.

You may doubt that this is history; this Chinese Feng Shui Master can say anything he wants to promote himself. Well, one thing to proof is that this Master has got the hand written notes of Bu Gou Wu mentioned about this burial.

Chinese Feng Shui Master draws mountain mapMountain and Water Dragon map, incoming water, incoming dragon, water mouth, passing gorge, facing and sitting of the tomb stone, tomb stone erection date, prediction of the offspring, rich, powerful, leader, scholar or…all have to be written down. This is general practice of an authentic Chinese Feng Shui Master practising Yin Feng Shui. When a person is learning from an authentic Chinese Feng Shui Master, he is also learning how to draw Feng Shui mountain map. It is a 360 degree bird eye view of the dragon den. However, nowadays, mountain maps are replaced by photos or Google map.

With such big Feng Shui Dragon Den, it can turn an ordinary person into an emperor. Chairman Mao grandfather’s Feng Shui dragon den was a typical feng shui example. Chairman Mao was directly benefited from this Dragon Den by Chinese Feng Shui Master Bu Gou Wu.