Dispatch from Hong Kong
August 12, 2014
Today I met a very talented young Feng Shui master in Hong Kong, on my way back from my reconnaissance trip to China for the next year’s Feng Shui study tour in October 2015.
His name is Kwong Ching-Chuen (Jiang Jing-Chuan 江靜川) and he is only 31 years old, but he has been studying Feng Shui since he is 14 from a well-known and knowledgeable teacher from Ganzhou (the birthplace of Yanggong Feng Shui).
He has a very precise approach to Liqi calculations based on astronomical data, he said one cannot do Feng Shui well without a deep knowledge of Chinese astrology and astronomy. According to him many of the Luopan rings are not correctly and I have to admit some of his arguments are quite convincing.
He is most helpful in tracking the where about of some of my first teacher Master Ren Zhi-Lin’s work with his name written on the grave-stone as the Feng Shui master who locate and set the orientation of the graves. I was also able to find out some of my “Si-Hang” (elder brother in learning) and one of them is Master Long Jing-Quan 龍景銓, who is famous for being the Feng Shui master behind the Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank.
If you can read Chinese he has a website full of useful information from his research, especially in Yinzhai Feng Shui and Iron Plate Divination (Tie Ban Shen Shu 鐵板神數: http://www.kwongchingchuen.com/