The complete illustrated guide to feng shui

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Element, Jun 1, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 223 pages
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"Lillian Too's book . . . (provides) the kind of information you need to keep the endless "chi" flowing into your homes and workplaces, and thwart the poisonous arrows of "sha chi" which brings misfortune, ill health, and bad luck . . . one could get hooked on the subject after reading Too's comprehensive book".--"New Straits Times". Illustrations and diagrams.

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User Review  - Paoo Ilc - Goodreads

its very clear, very neat.. you shoul try to follow. Read full review

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User Review  - Virginia - Goodreads

This is a good choice for someone who, like me, never read a Feng Shui book and wanted to learn about authentic Chinese Feng Shui. Since creating good Feng Shui usually also creates nice aesthetics, I ... Read full review


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About the author (1996)

Lillian Too is the world's most prolific and highest selling author of books on Feng Shui. Since publishing her first book on the subject in 1995 in Malaysia, she has written over a hundred books and sold over ten million copies to a worldwide audience. Her books have been translated into 31 languages.

Lillian received her MBA from Harvard Business School and at first pursued a very successful corporate career in banking and finance. Following a distinguished career in these fields she retired to become a full time mother and writer. Her first international title The Complete Illustrated Guide To Feng Shui published by ELEMENT publishers of the UK was the 1997 summer bestseller at the Barnes and Noble. Since then Lillian has become a much loved author famed for simplifying Feng Shui and popularizing this living skill.

Lillian Too is also the founder and chairman of, a feng shui merchandising and franchise company, and the Lillian Too Certified Consultants Institute.

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