Living With Good Feng Shui

Author: Lillian Too
Publisher: Konsep Lagenda Sdn. Bhd.
ISBN: 9789673290390
Size: 50.39 MB
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In her latest book, feng shui master and acclaimed author, Lillian Too, invites you into her home and her life. Using over 360 full color photographs spanning over 30 years, she explains how she has used feng shui to enhance every corner of the living, working and entertaining spaces of her home. Lillian Too has been using feng shui to improve her luck in all aspects of her life, from her work and career to her personal and family life. This is her personal journey as well as being an excellent guide on how YOU ,too, can practice feng shui. You will find charts and diagrams to illustrate her examples as well as over 400 examples of real feng shui at work. Mrs. Toos candid and humorous descriptions make this a delightfully candid read.

Mian Xiang Discover Face Reading

Author: Joey Yap
Publisher: Joey Yap Research Group
ISBN: 9833332048
Size: 44.69 MB
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Everything about Yourself is Written on the Face This book takes you through a guided journey in the ancient art of Chinese Face Reading or Mian Xiang. With superbly realistic 3D-like graphics and entertaining commentaries, this book is the perfect introduction to the powerful and immensely useful art of Face Reading. This handy reference is your go-to guide to read the faces of friends, family or strangers - with astounding accuracy.

Global Hakka

Author: Jessieca Leo
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9004300279
Size: 75.68 MB
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In Global Hakka: Hakka Identity in the Remaking Jessieca Leo offers a needed update on Hakka history and a reassessment on Hakka identity in the global and transnational contexts, and views the concept of ‘being Hakka’ in the 21st century as Hakkaness – a quality determined by lifestyle and personal choice.

The Complete Idiot S Guide To Feng Shui

Author: Elizabeth Moran
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0028643399
Size: 38.21 MB
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Irreverent in their approach, these guides include tips and advice from leading authorities, aiming to help with life's big decisions and challenges, as well as hobbies and sports. This work offers advice on the ancient Chinese art of feng shui.

Feng Shui Illustrated Encyclopedia

Author: Lillian Too
Publisher: HarperCollins UK
ISBN: 0007509715
Size: 43.11 MB
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The definitive encyclopedia of Feng Shui: bestselling author Lillian Too’s vibrant, comprehensive and pertinent guide to understanding and implementing an ancient practice for the new millennium.

Feng Shui Today

Author: Terri Rew
Publisher: Hearst Book International
ISBN: 9780823066384
Size: 31.45 MB
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This user-friendly guide takes the reader on a refreshing journey through beautiful buildings and rooms that exemplify the basic principles of a lifestyle based on harnessing the positive energy around us. Readers are shown practical ways to enhance living and work spaces. 200 color illustrations.

Chinese Local Elites And Patterns Of Dominance

Author: Conference on Chinese Local Elites and Patterns of Dominance (1987 : Banff, Alta.)
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520067639
Size: 66.91 MB
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This important volume affords a panoramic view of local elites during the dramatic changes of late imperial and Republic China. Eleven specialists present fresh, detailed studies of subjects ranging from cultivated upper gentry to twentieth-century militarists, from wealthy urban merchants to village leaders. In the introduction and conclusion the editors reassess the pioneering gentry studies of the 1960s, draw comparisons to elites in Europe, and suggest new ways of looking at the top people in Chinese local social systems. Chinese Local Elites and Patterns of Dominance lays the foundation for future discussions of Chinese elites and provides a solid introduction for non-specialists. Essays are by Stephen C. Averill, Lenore Barkan, Lynda S. Bell, Timothy Brook, Prasenjit Duara, Edward A. McCord, William T. Rowe, Keith Schoppa, David Strand, Rubie S. Watson, and Madeleine Zelin. This important volume affords a panoramic view of local elites during the dramatic changes of late imperial and Republic China. Eleven specialists present fresh, detailed studies of subjects ranging from cultivated upper gentry to twentieth-century militarists, from wealthy urban merchants to village leaders. In the introduction and conclusion the editors reassess the pioneering gentry studies of the 1960s, draw comparisons to elites in Europe, and suggest new ways of looking at the top people in Chinese local social systems. Chinese Local Elites and Patterns of Dominance lays the foundation for future discussions of Chinese elites and provides a solid introduction for non-specialists. Essays are by Stephen C. Averill, Lenore Barkan, Lynda S. Bell, Timothy Brook, Prasenjit Duara, Edward A. McCord, William T. Rowe, Keith Schoppa, David Strand, Rubie S. Watson, and Madeleine Zelin.