Wednesday, November 30, 2016

3 FRIDAYS: Mr Kan Speaks On 2017 Annual Fengshui

Ok, here we go -- 

We are very close to Winter Solstice 冬至 (21 Dec 2016), which means we are going to talk about the annual fengshui of 2017 (丁酉) very, very soon.

In the coming Fridays leading up to our Winter Solstice mass blessing celebration, I am going to conduct 3 sessions of sharing on Fire Rooster year's Annual Fengshui. Here's what I have thought out so far:

 1. 2 Dec 2016, 730pm
- the 2 kinds of fengshui you need to know, and how would they affect you
- the "code-words" we use (pretty important, especially if you are new to this, this would set the foundation for the next 2 sessions)
- the year of 丁酉 (Fire Rooster, or Fire-Metal), what it means for you and your elements

2. 9 Dec 2016, 730pm
- annual fengshui part 1: of wealth and crisis
- the perks of the "wood-based" annual wealth stars
- the perils of the toughest crisis (and of course what we can do about it)

3. 16 Dec 2016, 730pm
- annual fengshui part 2: of benefactors, power, and love
- the crisis of power, and why man 男人 should be most prepared against it
- back to basics: spatial fengshui, or personal "mobile" fengshui

Each session should be about an hour. You know my style, I keep it light and simple, retaining all necessary essence. Location, our glorious VIP gallery. All clients and your friends invited -- but you know the space, speak with us and let us know how many of you are coming; we need to reserve seats.

This is the only time we will be revealing the location of the annual flying stars openly. Usual practice, we won't be announcing them on our Facebook or other printed materials. The consultations after Winter Solstice (yes, please make your appointments in advance for that), will be between you and your advisors.

So if you are keen to learn more, or simply enjoy my tales, RSVP!

-- Kan Ying Loong, Executive Director

Tuesday, November 29, 2016



1. 时时戴着你的旺财翡翠,你的气自然会保养它。
2. 要是你的翡翠没有镶上任何檀香或沉香,那你就可以戴着洗澡。檀香和沉香应该避免接触液体。
3. 要是翡翠上有污垢就以软刷轻轻刷掉。
4. 带回旺财馆让我们处理,我们会使用丝绸为你简易清理或者送去电子保养。








Saturday, November 26, 2016













Sunday, November 20, 2016

Winter Solstice is Coming! -- 21 Dec 6:38pm

Dear blessed regulars, time to bring back your Lotus collections back for reblessing!

This time round, slightly different arrangement for the reblessing ceremony. We want to take care of blessed regulars who have been supporting us with firm and enduring conviction. 

There are limited spaces, as usual, and the priority of lots and their positions will be based on contribution and seniority — the more friends and family you have brought on board the Lotus, and the longer you have been with the Lotus, we honour your commitment by allocating your collections first.
Pay attention to our Facebook page because we will be revealing more information.

And when we talk about Winter Solstice, it is also time to get our annual fengshui done up as well.

The “Five Paths of Wealth Incense", your Imperial White Inkstone for power and victories, the annual wealth bags, the tea hulus, and so on, time to know what you will be needing for the coming year.

Along with this, Mr Kan will be conducting some sessions on the upcoming annual fengshui, revealing the instructions he received from Master Yun — where are the Annual Flying Stars landing, and what to do to make 2017 another prosperous year. 

These sessions will be conducted at the Lotus galleries and are for our blessed regulars only, speak to us to get a seat for you and your family.
So make your appointment now and speak to us to see what you can do to HUAT more for Winter Solstice and for the coming year: +65 6456 1156

Till then, Huat more!

— Samuel Ling, Assistant to Advisor

Friday, November 18, 2016

Duanxi Inkstone

Among the Four Treasures of the Study (文房四宝), Duanxi inkstone (端砚) is considered the premium inkstone. Ink grinded on Duanxi inkstone is extremely smooth, and great for writing. As Duanxi inkstones are considered “cold”, whether it’s in winter or summer, ink on it does not dry up easily. There was a scholar who took part in the imperial examinations held during bitter winter, he grinded ink on his Duanxi inkstone and easily completed his essay, while others were having difficulties ensuring their ink did not freeze.

The rocks where Duanxi inkstones were mined from were formed over 400 million years in today’s Zhaoqing, China. Think about this: The Earth was formed 4.6 billion years ago, which translate into Duanxi inkstones containing 10% of Earth’s accumulated energy. Duanxi inkstones come in white and purple, and mined from different parts of Zhaoqing. The white Duanxi inkstones are mined from protected areas, which are now prohibited from further mining. Therefore, the purple Duanxi inkstones are more commonly seen then the white ones, earning the latter the description of as rare as a shooting star.

In ancient times, the white inkstones are only used by emperors for grinding red vermillion that was used to approve or reject official documents – all national affairs were decided by the red vermillion grinded on these white inkstones. Hence, white inkstones symbolise supreme power and authority. When we grind red vermillion on white inkstone, it is similar to making decisions on national affairs, business affairs, family affairs. With our abilities and faith, we grind the red vermillion in hope of achieving our heart desires.

-- Oo Hewe