You can achieve balance through the proper arrangement of the objects within and around your home.
In Chinese and Asian communities the practice of Feng Shui has become common for centuries. It is rapidly gaining popularity in many Western countries.
Many people are turning to Feng Shui in an effort to go back to what feels natural and right – perhaps in reaction to the consumption society and to the intrusion of technology in their lives.
All the palaces in old China were constructed based on the Book of Changes. “The union of human being and the nature” is the main idea in the Book of Change.
It is about the order, the harmony of heaven and earth, about the ways in which humanity can best keep the balance of nature intact.
Curves are preferred during construction activities becuase they are a symbol of vitality in FengShui. In China, many bridges are built with arches; corridors are winding, man-made rivers are sinuous.
The HSBC building has a wide open area (the Statue Square) in front of it, with no other buildings blocking its view of Vicoria Harbour which is considered a very “good feng shui”