Feng Shui Dos and Taboos

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Storey Publishing, LLC, 2000 - House & Home - 407 pages
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The ancient Chinese practice of feng shui is one of today's hottest topics in home decorating and self-help. In a fun-to-read A-Z format, Wong delivers over 350 practices, principles, and proverbs of feng shui with a focus on the simple and the practical. From antiques and aquariums to water and wind chimes, this browser-friendly reference offers easy, concrete ways to promote harmony, balance, and happiness. The hand-size trim makes this book an appealing gift.

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User Review  - therestlessmouse - LibraryThing

I was skeptical about this concept to begin with, and this book did nothing to change my mind. It probably would help if it included more general, practical decorating advice, and tied that in with the concept of Feng Shui. Read full review

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User Review  - SanoChi - LibraryThing

Around 450 tips on 400 pages of giant text tips of feng shui can be found within this book. Each tip starts with either Do or Don't, which makes things a little easier, and all the tips are in ABC ... Read full review

About the author (2000)

Angi Ma Wong is a feng shui consultant, author, and promoter of Asian-American businesswomen. She has been featured in newspapers, on radio, and on TV, including Oprah, and has consulted to businesses such as Universal Studios, Four seasons Hotel, Motorola, and Bank of America. She lives in the Los Angeles area.

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