The art of reading faces has been practiced in China for thousands of years. Everything is written in the face. High cheekbones, a pointed chin, flaring eyebrows or a turned-up nose all have specific meanings. Once you have learned how to interpret them you will gain greater self-knowledge and a deeper understanding of your friends, colleagues and partners.
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Siang mien, the art of reading faces, has survived in Chinese culture for over 3000 years. This art is also important in Chinese medical treatment, according to Kuei, a Chinese medical practitioner ... Read full review
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