Unlike Mainland China, Taiwan still has a living tradition with Feng Shui that is alive everywhere. There are still many traditional towns, villages and houses that we can visit to study their Feng Shui.
Taiwan has beautiful landscapes, there are two Dragons in the middle of the island that give rise to four distinct characters of land in the four cardinal directions.
The people are friendly, the weather will be warm and pleasant in Autumn and the atmosphere is a blend of modern innovations with traditional customs. The old and the new come together nicely in Taiwan.
You will have the chance to meet a local Feng Shui master, visit the studio of a well known local artist and watch him paint and do calligraphy.You will also have a chance to enjoy and relax in one of the many fabulous hotsprings.
The emphasis is on studying the Feng Shui of Taiwan but you will also have a chance to relax and have a holiday at the same time.
Do come and join us!
Day 1 (Oct. 15, 2020)
Day 2 (Oct. 16, 2020)
Day 3 (Oct. 17, 2020)
Day 4 (Oct. 18, 2020)
Day 5 (Oct. 19, 2020)
Day 6 (Oct. 20, 2020)
Day 7 (Oct. 21, 2020)
Day 8 (Oct. 22, 2020)
Day 9 (Oct. 23, 2020)
Day 10 (Oct. 24, 2020)
Day 11 (Oct. 25, 2020)
Day 12 (Oct. 26, 2020)
Feng Shui Master and architect
After graduating from the University of New South Wales (B.Sc. (Arch), B.Arch. UNSW), Howard returned to Hong Kong to work as an expatriate architect. There in 1978 he began his Feng Shui studies under the personal tutelage of Master Ren Zhi-Lin in Hong Kong - his most influential teacher. At the end of two years of intensive study, consisting of two private tuition sessions a week plus accompanying Master Ren on weekend consultations, Master Ren gave Howard a full set of manuscripts and formulae handwritten by himself, a 2.5m long calligraphy and his personal San-He Luopan, as tokens that his lineage had been genuinely passed on to Howard and as parting gifts to commemorate their good relationship.
He then furthered his training in classical Feng Shui by studying with honourable Feng Shui experts in China, most notably Professor Cheng Jian-Jun from Huanam University of Technology, Guangzhou; Feng Shui Master Hu Jing-Guo from Shenzhen; Professor Wang Yu-De from Huazhong Normal University, Wuhan - who in 2005 gained authorisation for the first ever Feng Shui Course to be certificated by a Chinese University.
The cost for the Feng Shui Tour, including food (Taiwanese), accommodation (3 and 4 Stars, twin-share), travel admissions and course attendance included, course notes, will be Euro 3.160,00.
It will cost less if you pay early (Euro 2.890,00 by 01.July 2020).
Please note the cost of travel from your country of origin to Taiwan is not included.
Your place in the group (max. 18 participants) can be secured with the registration and payment of the deposit for the tour, please email or fax the following registration form to Howard Choy: