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Hong Kong buildings with iconic Feng Shui features

Feng shui (“wind” and “water”) is the ancient Chinese art of arranging one’s environment to maximize positive energy and attract good luck. In Hong Kong, feng shui is taken seriously. For this reason, feng shui masters are regularly consulted on almost everything from home purchases and office locations; to the architectural and construction projects which have shaped Hong Kong’s skyline. Ever wondered how feng shui has influenced the city’s development? This article introduces you to 3 important Hong Kong buildings with iconic feng shui features.

Hong Kong buildings with iconic Feng Shui features

The HSBC Building
Built-in 1985, the HSBC Building is the headquarters of the British bank. It is located at 1 Queen’s Road Central and positioned with a clear view of the harbour. This landmark building is considered to have excellent feng shui, as water is associated with wealth and prosperity. Moreover, instead of a ground floor, the building has an open atrium where wind and positive energy can flow. The escalators in the atrium are placed at an angle to the entrance because evil spirits can only travel in a straight line based on feng shui beliefs. This design is to prevent negative energy from entering the building. In addition, a pair of bronze lions guard the entrance, symbolizing strength and prosperity.

The Repulse Bay
If you’ve ever been to Repulse Bay, you’ve probably noticed a building with a giant hole in the middle. The Repulse Bay is a luxury apartment complex in Hong Kong, and it is famous for the curious hole cut into the body of its façade. The hole is called Dragon Gate. In Chinese culture, dragons are symbols of nobility, strength, and vitality. Feng shui principles dictate that dragons pass from their mountainous homes to the water to drink. For this reason, anything which hinders this journey will give rise to bad luck. To remedy this, real estate developers create holes in the buildings close to the water so that dragons can pass through unimpeded! Repulse Bay is the most visually striking example of this.

International Financial Centre
As a global financial centre, Hong Kong is home to many financial institutions. It is no surprise that this tiny city is full of highly educated elites in finance. Believe it or not, the most well-educated and smartest people in the global Chinese society are also the people believing in feng shui most deeply! Both IFC One and IFC Two are claimed to be in accordance with feng shui principles. They are located on Victoria Harbourfront, and there are no obvious obstacles in the front. The strategic location already gives them an advantage as water represents wealth in feng shui. Thus, water in the harbour can flow into the buildings steadily. The iconic roof of Two IFC is designed to look like a crown, a symbol of its elite status. Like most major Hong Kong properties, ‘unlucky floors’ such as 14 and 24
are omitted since four is an ominous number.

Want to know if your dream property has good feng shui? Follow Denzity, the global community of real estate experts, to discover more feng shui stories!

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4 Common Feng Shui myths busted!

Feng Shui Myths Busted
Feng shui, a forever mysterious yet intriguing topic. Yet many scammers out there trying to make a fortune by misinterpreting this ancient school of study.

Feng shui, a forever mysterious yet intriguing topic. Some may call it superstition, yet some find it magical and terrifyingly accurate. Yet, there are many scammers out there trying to make a fortune by misinterpreting this ancient school of study. Based on what we sourced from our experts and community, let’s bust the 4 most common feng shui myths about real estate equity investment today.

Points of fortune are the most important thing in a flat

When decorating a new home, most people will consider placing the right furniture on the right points on fortune, for example, placing the children’s room on “ the point of academia”  to improve academic results. However, merely considering the positions of these points of fortune are not enough. The exact positions of these points should be calculated carefully with consideration of the time of the year, the birth year of the house owner, and the position of the flat itself. In simpler words, the points of fortune are different in every flat. Some feng shui amateurs may try to determine these spots by themselves after reading a few articles online, and that may not be a good idea. To achieve the most desirable result, you should find a feng shui master to calculate the points of fortune specific to your flat and your fate. You can check out Denzity’s new directory to find trust-worthy and credible real estate experts who specialize in feng shui.

Road-facing flats are bad and should be avoided at all cost

Most feng shui rules will tell you to avoid flats facing roads. This rule sounds simple enough, yet it may not be as definite as you think. There are various types of roads, and you have to consider the nature of the road. If it is a straight and long highway, this is probably not good for your health. However, if the road is short and wide, or maybe decorated by trees on the side, then it may even be good for you.

Feng shui rule books should be followed word by word

Feng shui is an ancient science. It was developed in ancient China, and we can all agree that real estate equity investment has changed a long way. One of the major differences would be the shapes of the flats. In the past, people usually built houses by themselves, and houses were built in rectangles or squares. Yet, nowadays, the shapes of flats are determined by developers and to save spaces, most of the flats in Hong Kong are not in rectangular shapes. Even for markets less competitive like the Malaysia real estate market and Vietnam real estate market, it is very rare to find a perfectly rectangular flat. That creates a problem because ancient feng shui relied heavily on the relationship of the flat with the surrounding environment. With the change in building structure, it is unreasonable to follow the old rules because some of them may not be applicable anymore. Check out our conversation with the feng shui master on Denzity Insights  to learn more about modern feng shui practices.

Feng shui DIY is ok, as long as I follow the advice of feng shui masters

It is now easy to look up some simple feng shui rules online, but it is never that simple. Feng shui is a complicated subject and sometimes, a small change can make a big difference. Unable to examine the situation individually, feng shui masters usually give generic advice on television or online. For example, they may say metals are good in offices for people born in the year of dragon, so you hang a decorative sword on the wall, not knowing that sharp metal objects are harmful to your fate. Therefore, it is always the best to consult a trustworthy feng shui master.

Do you have any interesting stories about real estate equity investment? Share with us in the comment section!

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4 Common Ways To Use Feng Shui For A Fortuitous Investment

Feng shui, the mysterious ancient Chinese science that the world loves. Feng shui masters believed that the position of the building and furniture could influence one’s fortune in various aspects.

Feng shui, the mysterious ancient Chinese science that the world loves. Oriented from China, feng shui is mainly used in architecture for good fortune. Feng shui masters believed that the position of the building and furniture could influence one’s wealth in various aspects. Based on what we sourced from our experts and community, here are some common feng shui ideas for a fortuitous real estate equity investment, even if you’re looking at Southeast Asian real estate markets like Vietnam real estate market or Malaysia real estate market.

Location, location, location

Real estate equity investment is all about location. We all know that. But this is also true when it comes to feng shui. It is crucial to look at the position of your preferred building before you purchase it. For example, it is auspicious to have a roundabout, a mountain, and a garden near the building. On the other hand, if there is a curved road, a construction site, or a footbridge near your flat, then it may cause harm to you and your family’s health. In general, a building with a bright view, ventilated air, and good lighting will be a safe choice.

Floor number is not the same for everyone

In Chinese culture, the number 4 is considered ominous because it sounds like “death” in Chinese, while number 8 is deemed to be auspicious because it sounds like “fortune”. Therefore, most people will choose floor numbers with 8 and avoid floor numbers with 4. However, feng shui masters suggest that this is not the case. Each number represents a basic element: metal, wood, water, fire, and earth; just like each person. So, it is more important to examine if the floor number matches your own “fate” instead of merely looking at general guidelines. If you’re in doubt, try to seek some inspirations from the latest Denzity series where Denzity founder Darren Wong talks to feng shui real estate expert Allen Kong. 

Positions of doors are the key to your fortune

The position of the main door is very important in feng shui. One of the main considerations in feng shui is “Qi”, which roughly translates into “air”, and doors are responsible for the transportation of Qi. There are certain dos and don’ts while designing your flat. The main entrance should not face any other doors, including those inside the flat and those of your neighbors. The main door should not face any windows, lifts, toilets, or kitchens. Pretty complicated right? That’s why people usually hire a feng shui  in real estate expert before they start decorating.

Points of fortunes

There are different points of fortunes inside a flat. Feng shui experts will calculate the exact positions of these points according to the time of the year and the flat owner’s fate. To achieve the most from these points, you have to place specific furniture on specific locations. For instance, a piano can be placed on “the point of fortune” because the movement of playing the piano can increase cash flow, and children’s bedroom can be placed in “the point of academia” to improve their academic performances. In contrast, the toilet should not be placed in these two points.

Feng shui has become a hot topic in recent years in the field of real estate equity investments. Although some may see it as superstition, some people discovered that feng shui could be explained by science. For example, it is not only auspicious to separate the kitchen with the toilet, but also hygienic. Any thoughts on whether feng shui practices should be applied in real estate equity investments? Let us know in the comment section!

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Denzity Insights Transcript: Feng Shui in Real Estate with Allen Kong

Feng Shui in Real Estate with Allen Kong

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Modern science has busted many traditional thinking and beliefs but there is one ancient Chinese practice that has been around for thousands of years ago and it certainly is irreplaceable. This belief is known as Feng Shui. The basic concept is to harmonize our surroundings to improvise living, and with real estate being so deeply connected to our everyday life, Feng Shui and its contributions became an unignorable factor for the industry.

This episode with Allen Kong is undoubtedly a fun ride to the unconventional side of the real estate world. Starting from the basics of Feng Shui to its elements, we learn its necessity and the logic behind the concept.

  • What does Feng Shui actually mean?
  • How does Feng Shui relate to real estate?
  • What kind of impact can it have on real estate?
  • How does Feng Shui help and why is it so important?
  • Can it really improvise living?

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SARS [Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome]: SARS is a contagious viral respiratory disease that affected more than 20 countries in 2003. Although yet-uncertain, it is said to have originated from animals and first infected people in southern China’s Guangdong province in late 2002.

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Feng Shui: Feng Shui is a Chinese term that has a literal meaning of Wind and Water. It is an ancient Chinese belief of getting the natural energy flow properly balanced in our personal space to enhance living.

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Electromagnetic Field [EMF]: Electromagnetic field is the combination of the electric and magnetic fields. Whether natural or man-made, this invisible energy exists everywhere in the environment we live in. A few of the EMF side-effects include headache, insomnia, depression etc.

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Darren: So Hey Allen, how’s it going?

Allen:Good, I just want to check if the lighting is fine, you can see my face properly and everything is in frame.

Darren: Yeah, yeah it looks perfect.

Allen: Okay, great. Because just now I’m just trying to test the light level you know, because the sky was getting dark a little bit, so I’m just trying to use natural lighting.

Darren: That’s fine. Yeah, thanks for coming to the show. And today’s very special, because I think a lot of people will look at the title like, “Hey, Feng Shui in real estate.” And it’s something that everyone will have questions about because a lot of people believe in it and other people can doubt it. It’s the people I’m definitely curious about. So I’m really happy that you’re here.

Allen: Thanks for having me today. I’ll try to answer as many questions as possible. I know you have a tight schedule, So let’s go with it.

Darren: No, it’s totally fine. And, so I want to ask first, right. How many years have you been practicing Feng Shui?

Allen: I’ve been doing this for 17 years and coincidentally I started in 2003 when it was the year SARS started. So I took some leave you know and then I took a course and I never thought I could actually grasp this idea because I have a technical background from airlines. But here I am after 17 years. 

Darren: Wow. Okay, that’s I mean, 17 that’s a long time actually. So for a beginner right, who is interested in Feng Shui, like how you explain Feng Shui to them in a very simple way?

Allen: Feng Shui is basically a study and observation of the environment. So I mean, it’s about 6000-3000 years in Chinese history. So it’s basically gathering data, observation of the weather, geography. And actually, we put a lot of elements of the animals and also the five elements.

Darren: Would you mind telling the audience more about the five elements?

Allen: Yeah, you have the water, fire, metal, earth and wood. So these are the five basic elements which combine compound with the Feng Shui. So we always like to calculate and make the harmony of all the five elements. So if you have too much water that’s not good. For example, if there is too much fire then it’s too hot. So we want the five elements to be in synchronization and harmony.

Darren: Okay, well, I have  a real estate investor background. And I’m curious, right? How does Feng Shui impact real estate and why does a landlord or homeowner need  to understand more about it?

Allen: Well, really good question Darren because Feng Shui to me and to many Feng Shui practitioners are and is actually real estate because it’s for people to purchase a home, of course we mentioned about harmonizing. You know, so you want the five elements to work for you, not against you. So for us to go to a property we look at a site as if it’s too bright. 

Allen: Even if we count a smell, a bit too smelly then that’s bad Feng Shui. Okay, places too windy, you know, or all kinds of stuff just having to wonder how to harmonize it. So we want to balance out all the five elements. For example, let’s talk about water because Feng Shui to the Chinese, soil means water. And water means wealth and health. And also because a lot of big cities, if you observe big cities, they’re always located near a big body of water. For example, New York, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Vancouver, Toronto, San Francisco all these big cities, Sydney, London,  you know have a big river that cuts across that means a lot of water go through it so that means wealth and health to those people who live in those areas will congregate and do well. So this is what the basic concept of how I tell my clients of why they should observe these elements.

Darren:  I see that’s kind of interesting.

Allen:  Yeah. 

Darren: What kind of tips do you have for the audience to know their current condition of their space? If that’s the case?

Allen:Well, tips I mean, there’s thousands of books out there in the internet and bookstores and stuff, but basically tips is to observe if you have, like, for example, I put up a photograph the other day, which you see here. 

Darren:  Oh, that’s cool.

Allen:  Yeah, this is one thing I bring out because the other day I was just looking at this property the other day and I saw a huge high power tension tower next to a property. By the way, this is UK, so I took this as a reference. So this place just has this huge high power cable and you have strong electricity current going through, although the scientific world scientists say there is no interference on health into human, but for us I think the other way because you have what they call the electromagnetic field the EMF which you don’t see, but it’s an energy. So like Feng Shui we’re talking about energy you talk about invisible energy, you know when the thing  goes through your body, you don’t even know it. And that’s something you should observe. So for me, I would say move away from it especially if you are a fire person. You know, if you say I have a strong sign of a fire, you know, you don’t want to have a clash with this high power attention line because this electricity means fire, so you want to—

Darren: so I mean, like that’s definitely interesting because, you know, in my head right away, if it’s an industrial building that does data or something that requires a lot energy, that’s very efficient. So I was like looking at it and I  was like “That shouldn’t be a house, there shouldn’t be anyone living there. If anything it should be like, you know a data center or some kind of business oriented place that requires a very low cost of electricity and you know , like electricity and stuff like that. It was kind of cool. So if that’s the case—

Allen: Yeah but— sorry, sometimes there’s an exception to this because if a professional says that you need fire, you know, some professionals represent fires. So you want, if you have a lack of these, it’s no problem. But over a majority avoid this high power attention line because they are what we know already,  it’s cancer prone.

Darren: Ah, okay.

 Allen: Yeah. So I wouldn’t put my family under high electricity  if you ask me

Darren:  I get it, Yeah. So what are some things that like, let’s say the audience kind of knows that, you know, something’s going on or something is not doing well. In the Feng Shui for real estate for example, how can  the audience help their own space.

Allen:Normally, when I visit a premise or a property, I would look at the setting. So if say, for example, a residential,  so the most important thing is the place that you spend most of the time. So we go to the bedroom first. So you sleep for six to eight hours presumably, and you spent a few hours there. So I go into the bedroom and have a look at the bed setting. And some people doesn’t have the natural instinct as well of where   they should sleep. So I go and sort of jiggle around and see what I can do with a bed. If it’s in the wrong position, the wrong spot,  I will tell them let’s change it to a different spot and especially for places like Hong Kong where the rooms are small.  Another tip here,  a lot of problem with Hong Kong’s apartments is that the bathroom door faces the room of course but convenience but on the other hand  it has a negative effect because the bathroom door faces your bed, that’s bad. That’s really bad for health—

Darren:  So, sorry about that so in that case right because I’m sure it’s because like right away a lot of  my friends have like bedroom facing a bathroom for example right what kind of the things would you do for that situation?

Allen: Okay that’s when I have to go visit a site and look at where the bed is facing relative to the compass, so I have to pull out like one of these, Feng Shui compass

Darren:  Oh okay 

Allen: which there is no one quick fix rule to have a bathroom facing your bed. So I have to go in and check which direction your door is facing. So, this is getting a little more technical, but generally, I would say If you don’t have me to visit your house, close the door of the bathroom.

Darren: I see. 

Allen:  And then, of course, for hygiene reasons, also close the lid off of the can.

Darren: I’m sure like since the virus situation, right? I’m sure everyone’s very concerned about that. So it’s not only Feng Shui for a cleanliness point of view, I think that’s very good that you mentioned that. So like, you know  just now you mentioned a lot of things where you have elements, you have direction of the place, how the interaction with different buildings work and so on. Do you have any clients that have like a scientific background, but still believe in Feng Shui and also too I’m kind of curious, for yourself a scientific background too you know, why do you think that people who have a scientific background will also understand about Feng Shui and want to know more about it?

Allen:It’s funny when I have people with technical background or scientific background, if you will, they sometimes encounter problems. Which science cannot you know, explain, like I know a person in real life. Holding a technical background, highly educated. He came to me and said: “Hi, I have a health issue.” So I said: “Well, let me have a look at your property.” So he invited me there. And when I stepped into his bathroom I told him, I could see that you have kidney problems or lower body problems,” then he said: “ Wow, how did you know that?” because I looked at his bathroom, It was built very nicely, beautiful, but it was transparent.

Darren:  Oh okay, 

Allen:  You know, a lot of these interior designers nowadays would like to— it has a good effect to look bigger. You know, if you have a transparent glass, bathroom, it looks sexy. You know, it looks airy, 

Darren:For sure. 

Allen: but for us, it’s taboo. And especially for that purpose for, kidney problems,   and ladies also, will share the same problem. Unfortunately, he took the blunt instead of his wife, so I said cover it up, cover all this glass up or knock it down and rebuild it with bricks. I came back a few months later, problem solved.

Darren: Really? Wow, that’s kind of cool.

Allen: I mean if you have a problem or stuff like this you’re going to see Western Doctor who’ll prescribe you medicine, that’s a scientific way to solve a problem. But then I am looking at this problem with another approach. I mean, how would you like to look at yourself in a covered bedroom when you’re doing your business every day?  It’s not really cool, so that’s one case.

Darren:  I see. Like, also thinking just now too right, when you mentioned a lot about people living there, right. And obviously, you know, we’re coming from like a real estate background, that there’s a difference between living there and owning it. So is it different when it comes to living in that area  or owning it. What’s the difference behind that? Does that affect each other or like just kind of curious how does that intertwine together?

Allen: If you are living in that property, whether you are leasing the property or the owner,   you know, say you bought a place even under mortgage, if the house is under your name, either on a lease agreement or a sales and purchase it belongs to you, not a landlord.

Darren: Oh okay,

Allen: So a lot of people say: “Oh, I own a place in Vancouver.”  So in my subject to that Feng Shui is that if you are staying in that house in Vancouver, then yes, you are. But you say you know, “I’m living in New York, and I have a tenant that is using that Vancouver property,” so that property cannot tap into the good or bad stuff of the  property in terms of Feng Shui yeah,  so it depends on where you sign if your name is on the lease agreement that is legally yours. 

Darren: That’s really cool because like, I know this is like our third or fourth conversation together and whenever I talk to you there’s so much that I never thought of and obviously  right I’m half skeptical and my family, we believe in Feng Shui as well. So same time, it’s like, you know what, I can see it’s not only about, you know, turning belief it’s about the feeling of it. And then it seems like this is something that people keep forgetting that, you know, there are lot of things that are for example scientific maybe happens you know hacker down yet and it’s something that’s very interesting in my mind that I always want to wonder, you know, so I wonder too like for yourself right cause you do all these kind of like connotations, like you know,   virtually since everyone’s in COVID-19 lockdown mode, how do you do Feng Shui right now? Like do you go to someone’s place to assess the property or can you do virtual viewings?

Allen:  Interesting nowadays where everyone is in isolation or majority of the people are in  isolation even though you want to invite, you get invited to a house, I would say don’t   because you know, you never know the risk. So now we do this on a remote basis. And I’ve done a couple of these virtual  inspections. Like the other day I had a Australian client, he’s building a house in North Sydney. 

Darren: Okay. 

Allen: So he showed me, he sent me a floor plan. Of course he did his homework, you know, it’s a bit more sophisticated just by just compared to talking on the phone. So he sent   me the floor plan, compass, reading and all so on. And then I looked at the floor plan and I can analyze from there from a top view but also he has done a lot of videos so you can shoot videos and send them to me. And I can analyze from that screenshot of, you know how much information  I can get it from that screenshot. But however, I must say there are limitations without me being there. So I would say I would discount that by maybe 30 to 40% accurate.

Darren: I see. 

Allen:  But of course, he worked with me for a long time. So you know, he’s been feeding me a lot of information and so, I can study and analyze, and I gave him my advice, my recommendation. So to answer your question. Yes, it is possible, of course, to do it remotely.

Darren: I see. I think I feel like in my head right now, there’s  some technology right now that have AI or some kind of like virtual viewing.   And obviously, hopefully time gets better and better. It seems like this is a service that is actually scalable, it doesn’t have to be like a traditional way where you have to walk into a place but obviously it will take some time, like  maybe 10 years from now we can do that.

Allen: You’re actually right because with technology nowadays we can use cameras, cell phones, AI’s, the only thing I cannot do is smell. It’s like I mentioned earlier on the initial recording bad smells is actually a bad Feng Shui. So I can’t do that. But it has to rely on the person on the site to beat me with information. So the more information they give me, the more I can digest.

Darren: I see. So let’s say for example, this case, right? If it’s a smell thing, right? Let’s say it smells terrible, like it can be the bedroom or something. So  in this scenario, does that mean that if you can get rid of the smell or cover it with a different smell, it would be better? Like, how would you suggest that?

Allen: Yeah. We always try to use a method as natural as possible to neutralize this thing. You know, maybe there is a problem with your neighbor, you know, so he’s causing a problem.   So we go next to him and say it’s this? Cause you know, you’re not going to say, too bad. I get a house smell. But you will say “Yeah I think we have a problem, you know as  a neighbor.” So we know because bad means something is rotten, and it could have health issues or for the sake of the neighborhood, you know, let’s raise concern and then let’s clean this out together.

Darren:  You know, in real estate world, right, there’s something called rights of light or rights of way. That means like, if let’s say, for your asset, your  property, something happened that neighbor does that covers your light, you can actually ask for compensation or I say, if you built something that actually intervenes the way you go to places before so maybe, you know, this can be a new thing. It can be the right to smell you know, you’re kind of ruining my asset because your smells bad and the Feng Shui got worse and stuff like that.  I mean, it’s a cool idea, just having that in my head just now.

Allen:That’s like some— I think there’s a law in Hong Kong if your air conditioning is dripping water on your neighbors building they can actually sue you. So it’s not just that Feng Shui, it’s illegal.

Darren:Yeah. Okay, so also I remember like the last call we had on the phone, you said that this years bad spots or east and south. Like what does that mean? Is something that’s been in my head for so long. I just wanted to ask you for a long time now. 

Allen: Because for me when I learned Feng Shui, there’s one thing we call the flying star. It’s like some voodoo idea but it’s real. Flying Stars basically, this thing changes every year. This year, the bad star, it’s in the east. So why does it matter what it means? It could mean natural disasters and in this year’s terms, it’s pandemic.

Darren: I see.

Allen:So the Covid-19 started early this year in China. So if you look at the world map, China is on the list.  And I was telling my clients and friends and said, I hope this will never travel overseas. If it goes through overseas, look at Tokyo, Tokyo is east.  And then earlier on, Tokyo was hit with this cruise ship and its spread around Tokyo city. And then second, you look at the other cases where Korea was hit. Okay, and I never noticed this place Daegu was actually at the very Eastern quadrant of Korea, South Korea. And not to mention, currently New York had a bad hit. Why not Vancouver. Vancouver’s on the west. So Vancouver’s hit is bad but not as bad as New York City cause New York if you look at the North American continent, it’s right at the eastern quarter. Okay, so that’s  the bad star and the number two bad star is actually south so if you look at Europe. Italy, Spain. Bad really bad, this year if for tip again, free tip. If you want to stay we use the five elements to enhance health. So what I tell people “if you don’t see me, I can’t come to your house, put a— we use metal, real metal so I suggest people to buy a music box, the one that you turn that would give you a metallic noise.  put it at the east of your house. If your bedroom is in the east, put it in the bedroom, the music box  the one that you know the one I’m saying?

Darren: Yeah yeah yeah , I get it.

Allen: The metallic ones because I sometimes hear people use a metal clock. But sometimes metal clock is too annoying because it gives you that click

Darren: Okay, I see

Allen: It disturbs your sleep. So that’s one tip because using metal to enhance or to neutralize the bad star is in the East  this year will be more effective.

Darren: To be honest like this is insane to think about that right it’s like wow, to east side and the star and everything that’s a lot of things to absorb, like do you have any source of material people can read on because  even for myself like, you know, I’m kind of on the fence because I know nothing about Feng Shui. So do you have any resources that you can share with the audience or myself because like it’d be great to read onto it.

Allen: I sometimes post the things from my own personal observation like this year I actually posted something about the east , actually way back earlier this year. ]  So when people are interested to read the stuff I post, you can follow me on Facebook, Instagram, which I will pass the information to you later on. 

Darren: Okay, that’d be great. Thank you.

Allen: Your  audience and fans can then go through Denzity.

Darren: That’d be great. I actually have one last thing just in my head right like I know this is about real estate, so how about investing right, I know the stocks are going down, do you know a  similar  way to predict the east and so on? Do you make a prediction on what sector is growing this year and stuff like that with Feng Shui knowledge that you have?

Allen: Again, let’s go back to the five elements. The five elements this year, the key element is metal. Metal   means if you look at the precious metal market, you know, if you have, you know been observing, I mean, precious metal has gone up this year, and it’s   done quite well. So I’m not an expert in investment. But I said metal will do pretty well this year.

Darren:  I see.

Allen: So this is my observation out of the five elements.

Darren: That is interesting because like, I know nothing about Feng Shui and even listening to it, it’s kind of interesting, never thought that way. It’s just like different way of you know, approaching and obviously I hope the audience learns more about you. But before that because I know we have asked a lot of things, right? What kind of takeaway would you like the audience to have in this whole video?

Allen: Well, if your audience can go through you, Denzity, or Darren, I can offer you a discount for a Feng Shui inspection on a remote basis.

Darren:  Oh, that’d be great. Thank you. On behalf of the audience, thank you. 

Allen:  I would tell your fans to look up Darren’s Denzity, to track me down and I give a nice cut.

Darren: That’ll be good. So like, I think you have a couple of links you sent to me and later on, I’ll post everything on the show notes. And I guess what’s the best way to find you among all that?

Allen: You can find me on WhatsApp which I’ll provide you the numbers and WeChat and also Facebook and also give you my email address.

Darren: Okay. I think that’s really great because even for myself I need to digest a little bit, and thanks for the time because it’s a subject that I’m sure everyone’s curious about and for myself and I really hope to learn from you another time and maybe next time we’ll have a long view taking that we can digest or even deep dive to something even more intrinsic. Yeah, I just want to say like, thanks for the time.

Allen: Thanks for having me again. Thanks for allowing me to share my knowledge on Feng Shui and I hope that fans will benefit from this.

Darren:  I’m sure they do. Thank you so much. Okay, if that’s okay, I hope to talk to you next time then.

Allen: Thank you.

Darren: Have a good one. Bye.


Darren:嗨,Allen, 進展如何?





























Darren: 哦好的













































Darren:哦,那太好了。代表觀眾 謝謝您。謝謝。





Allen: 再次感謝艾倫。謝謝你讓我分享我的風水知識,我希望粉絲們能從中受益



Darren :祝你玩得開心。再見。


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Denzity: Your Best Buddy in Proptech

Denzity: Your Best Buddy in Proptech

Real estate investment is always a serious topic. We’re talking about spending a lot of your hard-earned money in one place. You will wish you have someone reliable to talk to about this. However, if you’re in your 30s, chances are, your friends don’t know much about real estate investments too. I suppose you can ask your parents, but things certainly have changed since they last invested in real estate.

Real estate investment is always a serious topic. We’re talking about spending a lot of your hard-earned money in one place. You will wish you have someone reliable to talk to about this. However, if you’re in your 30s, chances are, your friends don’t know much about real estate investments too. I suppose you can ask your parents, but things certainly have changed since they last invested in real estate.

That’s why Denzity is born. As passionate tech lovers and real estate experts, Denzity cofounders Darren Wong, Joseph Cheng, and Chris Brewer want to solve this problem. And so they did. Created to simplify the real estate investment process, Denzity is the new age technological solution to all your real-estate related troubles.

Want to find real estate experts and professional opinions about your preferred oversea market, maybe the Malaysia real estate market? It is easy to find someone in Hong Kong specialized in the Hong Kong real estate market, however, it is not the same story with oversea real estate investment, especially for smaller markets like the Malaysia real estate market. Instead of looking up Malaysia real estate agents on questionable sites, try Denzity’s comprehensive directory with over 1,800 real estate agents from all around the globe. You can look up information about agents specialized in different fields, study their insights on a particular market or real estate branch, and interact with them and other real estate enthusiasts in case of any uncertainties.

Want to learn more about a certain topic in the real estate industry, let’s say Feng Shui settings of a flat or the application of artificial intelligence in the real estate market? For real estate amateurs, it can be difficult to determine whether a random person saying something online is trust-worthy or not. Denzity’s latest webinar Denzity Insights can help you with this. Denzity founder Darren Wong hand-picks experts with different real estate expertise and invite them to share their experiences through meaningful conversations and webinar sessions.

Want to meet other real estate enthusiasts and share common challenges faced by real estate investors? Real estate investment is not like watching football. If you want to meet new friends sharing the same interest, it is not realistic to just go up to someone in a bar and talk to them. Denzity’s forum feature can be your solution because we understand the importance of community support. Our interactive feature allows users and experts to communicate directly with each other openly. While it is nice to talk to someone who understands the struggle about real estate investments, it is at the same time reassuring knowing that experts are online to answer any possible inquiries you may have.  

After working in the real estate industry for a few years, Denzity founder Darren Wong knows how frustrating it can be to find the right information online. It can take weeks and weeks of relentless research and still not being able to find the data you need. That’s why he joined his friends to start Denzity. We hope that with Denzity, first-time investors can be encouraged to start their real estate investment journey with the assistance of Hongkonger’s online PropTech buddy. With powerful insights provided by our affiliated experts, we are looking to create a friendly and welcoming environment for property investment beginners.

Got some other questions? Email us at today to satisfy your real-estate needs.