I am very excited to embark on a new project that I will be sharing with you, but first, I would like to introduce myself, and some of the background behind my Feng Shui studies.

Firstly my name is Fiona Hawkins, I am Australian and after living in Hong Kong for over two decades I have observed Feng Shui being used by people from the smallest village, to the CEO’s of wealthy companies. In the construction of the great high-rise buildings that dominate the skyline, to the needs of a tiny temple, engulfed by development, Feng Shui is taken very seriously. The Hong Kong government had before hand over and still has a fund for compensation if their development interrupts, damages or changes the auspicious Feng Shui of a site.

Yet when I returned to Australia or visited other countries, the practice of Feng Shui bore very little, if any, resemblance to what I had seen. This is where my passion started so I set out in Hong Kong to find a local Chinese Feng Shui Master to teach me traditional authentic Feng Shui.

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