The Chinese philosophical system states that everyone should harmonize with their surroundings. This ability to work with your surroundings will help improve health, wealth and happiness by receiving positive QI.
In Hong Kong, the capital of Feng Shui, the ancient system’s knowledge has survived the Cultural Revolution that swept over Mainland China during the 60s and 70s.
The documentary Feng Shui: Living In Harmony takes us to the very roots of this ancient practice that masters will demonstrate is still a big part of Chinese life.
FTo Chinese people, Feng Shui isn’t some modern trend in interior design. This ancient philosophical system that still influences people of Hong Kong is featured in the film through zany everyday stories. You will see an apartment building, in the Aberdeen quarter, that has 400 square meter hole in the front so that the “mountain dragon” still has a view of the ocean.
Feng Shui masters show us the positioning and the conception of the house, straight down to details about the interior design. They offer their expertise on the best positioning for the front door, the suitable color of the walls and floors, right up to the positioning of a desk.