A High Court’s View of Feng Shui
February 3, 2010
Here is another important lesson we can learn from the Nina Wang case coming from the judge’s report as noted in:
My Translation: “In regard to the Court’s listening to the Feng Shui evidence, the High Court judge (Johnson Lam) has always kept a conservative attitude. In the judgement statement he re-iterated that Feng Shui is not a proper subject of study, each school has its own methods of doing things and there are no basic standards even amongst the practitioners of the same business.”
So what is badly needed is a basic industrial standard and a professional education curriculum for the practice of Feng Shui, otherwise the court and the general public will not take us seriously, but how can we achieve this? That is the million-dollars question and an urgent one, if Feng Shui is to be a legitimate profession free of amateurs and charlatans.