Walking the Dragons by Joey Yap
A Travelogue from a Feng Shui Perspective
With the release of this insightful travel account, Joey Yap establishes a platform to share with reader the one-of-a-kind experience of his annual China Excursion Series. With a generous insight into the mysterious and captivating world of ancient China, where the practice of Feng Shui was as integral to daily life as the use of technology is today. A step back into time, from a Feng Shui perspective.
What You'll Learn:
- Imperial tombs and burial spots and how it affected the descendants of the generations that followed
- Majestic mountains and natural formations and the temples built on those locations
- Tombs of past political leaders of China, as well as those of important philosophers and Feng Shui grandmasters
- A look into how Yin House Feng Shui was applied in ancient times
Chapter One: On The Trails of Dynasties & Emperors
A visit to the tombs of past Emperors where the Feng Shui and landforms of these final resting places are evaluated.
Chapter Two: The Last Dynasty
Explore the intricate structures of some of the most iconic constructions in ancient China. This includes, of course, a humble visit to The Forbidden City in Beijing.
Chapter Five: Chasing Spirituality
Millions of Buddhist temples in China, but only four integral religious structures are zoomed in for study.
Chapter Eight: Tibet
Join the excursion as they trek through Tibet in an insightful journey to Potala Palace, Drepung Monastery and Na Mu Cuo.
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- August 2008