From Fengshui to Environology
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Fengshui is something few mainstream academics would like to indulge too much in. But whether one likes it or not, it is a serious matter to many. The rich and famous in East Asia would spare no efforts in consulting experts in this branch of “metaphysics” if they are thinking of moving to a new home or office, erecting a new building, or even recruiting a key executive. Notwithstanding, many would say it is nothing but a form of superstition, or at best, “buying insurance”, but David Koh who has spent more than forty years studying Fengshui says there is really more to it than what sceptics think. Join us as Master Koh shares his experience and knowledge of Feng Shui to Environology.
MEET THE SPEAKER
|David teaches regularly at Shanghai’s Jiao Tong University and Tongji University. He developed and wrote the Geomancy Degree syllabus – perhaps the first in China and probably the world - for these universities. He has also lectured, amongst others, Tsinghua University (Beijing), China University of Designs (Hangzhou), Shuzhou University (Shuzhou), Jia Xing University (Hangzhou), Universiti Tunku Abdul Rathman (Kuala Lumpur) and Universiti Technology Malaysia (Johor Bahru).|
He has formulated a scientific system of Feng Shui calibration which he calls the ‘four-step method’ and has devised an English version of the Lopan (Feng Shui compass) incorporating binary language ‘1’ and ‘0’. He is perhaps the only Chinese Feng Shui Master who has extensive knowledge on Muslim geomancy, called Tiang Seri, Tajul Muluk and Ilmu Ramal. He has also given talks on these subjects.
The first ever Diploma Course in Environology (Feng Shui) that he designed and is now adopted by the Pertubuhan Arkiteks Malaysia (PAM), which has approved to set the Malaysian Institute of Environology Studies to conduct scientific research and formulate procedure, equations, and eventually set standards to regulate practitioners.
David also writes for The Star and Nang Yang Siang Pao. His knowledge and experience comes from more than 45 years of study into this ancient Chinese science of geomancy and Yi Jing.
David is the founder of the Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences (MINGS) a society involved in research and teaching of Feng Shui. He is currently the Honorary Life President of MINGS.
This event is presented by The HEAD Foundation, a Singapore-based think tank devoted to research and policy influence in education and leadership, for development in Asia. Admission is free.