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Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences

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Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences

www.mingsweb.org [cached]

By David Koh
David Koh: "Over time, some properties or areas thrived while others stagnated". David Koh is the founder of MINGS and has been a feng shui master and teacher for the past 35 years. Log on to www.mingsweb.org for more details.


Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences

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By David Koh
David Koh is the founder of MINGS and has been a feng shui master and teacher for the past 35 years


www.thestar.com.my

The global economy will continue to improve, says feng shui expert David Koh, founder of Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences.
"The world economy appears to have bottomed out as predicted last year, and is slowly recovering," says Koh. 'Water- and Metal-related industries will fare well this year,' says feng shui expert David Koh. 'Water- and Metal-related industries will fare well this year,' says feng shui expert David Koh. Though Earth-based industries (eg construction, housing and property) will experience a slowdown, Koh is confident that "the property bubble, if there is one, will not burst in 2014." The weather is the biggest concern for the year, says Koh. "The first half of the year will be scorching hot, affecting not just the environment but people as well. Dry coughs, respiratory and gastrointestinal problems and heat strokes are expected to rise," says Koh. Agricultural produce may be affected and commodity prices may rise," says Koh.


Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences

www.mingsweb.org [cached]

By David Koh
David Koh is the founder of MINGS and has been a feng shui master and teacher for the past 35 years.


www.thestar.com.my

KUALA LUMPUR: A good location based on feng shui principles could make a property valuable, even if it is not on prime location, feng shui master Prof David Koh said.
Thus, feng shui could be a deciding factor when considering property for investment or as a residence, he added. The best properties, he said, were those situated at confluences or on the inside bend of a river or road. "Property built there will tap into the forces circulating in the curve," he said, adding that some properties in prime areas were not doing as well as those on the other side of the road. Koh, the principal consultant at the Malaysian Institute of Geomancy Sciences, said the principles were the same whether the property was a residential or rented property when giving a talk on feng shui at the The Star Property Fair 2010 yesterday.


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