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- Feng Shui villages in Hong Kong: a case study of Tai Fu Tai Mansion
Mak, Michael Y.
- The University of Newcastle. Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment, School of Architecture and Built Environment
- Feng Shui, in particular the Form School approach become known as an unique science of site planning, of land use and of the management of human and natural resources. The origins of Feng Shui demonstrated relationships between people and natural ecology from villages in ancient China. While Hong Kong was a small British colony for the last hundred years, Feng Shui practice has continued to grow there. As a result, Hong Kong plays a special role in the research of Feng Shui villages. This paper is aimed to explore the patterns of Feng Shui villages in Hong Kong using a case study of Tai Fu Tai Mansion in San Tin region, Northern part of New Territories in Hong Kong.
- 4th International Conference on Scientific Feng Shui and Built Environment, 2009. Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Scientific Feng Shui and Built Environment 2009 (Hong Kong 20-21 February, 2009) p. 78-93
- Asian Institute of Intelligent Buildings / Department of Building & Construction, City University of Hong Kong
Tai Fu Tai Mansion
- Resource Type
- conference paper