Is Feng Shui Valid?

Tak PingYeung claimed his family’s human rights would be infringed by being forced to  move his gift shop in London’s Chinatown from 6 Gerrard Street to 4 Gerrard Street to build a new restaurant.

 He took the matter to court. His argument was that four is an unlucky number in Feng Shui so he didn’t want to move.

But the judge dismissed the case because generally Feng Shui is judged to be a pseudoscience.

Finally, Yeung was able to avoid moving to 4 Gerrard Street by paying 40,000 in compensation.

His lawer said if he had moved his shop, he and his family could have had serious problems.

Tak Ping Yeung claimed his family’s human rights would be infringed by being forced to  move his gift shop in London’s Chinatown from 6 Gerrard Street to 4 Gerrard Street to build a new restaurant.

 He took the matter to court. His argument was that four is an unlucky number in Feng Shui so he didn’t want to move.

But the judge dismissed the case because generally Feng Shui is judged to be a pseudoscience.

Finally, Yeung was able to avoid moving to 4 Gerrard Street by paying 40,000 in compensation.

His lawer said if he had moved his shop, he and his family could have had serious problems.

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3 Responses to Is Feng Shui Valid?

  1. DW says:

    I saw a great TV show where a woman invited three feng shui ‘experts’ to her house for advice about colors, arrangement of furniture, position etc.

    They each gave completely different advice!

  2. DW says:

    HERE it is!!

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