Feng Shui master Joseph Chau Kam has been practicing Feng Shui for over 30 years and has been personally involved in Mandarin Oriental Manila’s annual propitious celebrations to welcome the new lunar year and in the hotel’s festive Mid-Autumn Moon festivals and other Feng Shui related events since 2000.
Rabbit (1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011)
Gracious, good friend, kind, sensitive, soft-spoken, amiable, elegant, reserved, cautious, artistic, thorough, tender, self-assured, astute, compassionate, flexible. Can be moody, detached, superficial, self-indulgent, opportunistic, stubborn.
Rabbits have both career and money luck this year but they need to keep away from sharp objects and must drive safely to avoid accidents. They have to keep a low profile, to be patient, to do their best to keep good relationship, to avoid rumors and jealousy, and to be involved into personal disputes. Financially, the appearance of the Treasure Star will help the Rabbits to have a better luck in money affairs. As far as love, it is going to be a flat year for Rabbits so they should not expect too much or they will be disappointed. It is better for them to concentrate on work.
About Joseph Chau Kam Shing
As the ancient practice of geomancy extends beyond Asian shores, the influence of well-traveled
Feng Shui master Joseph Chau Kam Shing continues to grow. Acknowledged as a primary figure in Chinese geomancy, Mr. Chau has been practicing Feng Shui for over 30 years and established his own firm, Chau’s Chinese Geomancy.
His popularity has spread across the globe because while based in Hong Kong, he is constantly traveling to meet clients in Australia, Brunei, China, Canada, Germany, Mauritius, Philippines, South Africa, Thailand, UAE and USA. He has lectured on Feng Shui in Sydney, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Manila. He has been featured on CNN International, London’s Feng Shui for Modern Living, Los Angeles Times, Holland’s NOS TV network, to name a few. He is a contributor of the Manila Bulletin newspaper since 2006. He has frequently been a guest on various TV shows notably the annual Chinese New Year’s TV Special of Ms. Jullie Yap Daza. He has authored the Mandarin Oriental’s annual Feng Shui book since 2001 until the present.
With his mastery of the ancient Asian tradition, he designed and produced a small English and Chinese version of the Feng Shui I-Ching compass in 1998. Complete with an instruction book to teach Feng Shui enthusiasts’ basic knowledge about lucky directions. This compass has since been sought after by Feng Shui followers. It is now available in selected shops in Hong Kong,
Germany, France, London, USA, Singapore, Malaysia, China and Manila.