Academic Journal of Feng Shui
ISSN 2201-8379 (online)
Academic Journal of Feng Shui is a peer-reviewed open-access online journal that publishes original research articles in all aspects of Feng Shui.
The first International symposium on Scientific Feng Shui and Built Environment was held at the City University of Hong Kong in 2005. Subsequently the second, third and fourth international conferences were successfully completed in 2006, 2007 and 2009. Furthermore, two international conferences on Feng Shui (Kan Yu) and Architecture were hosted by Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany in 2010 and 2012. The common aim of these conferences was to provide an international platform to exchange research in the area of Feng Shui.
In order to extend into the future world-wide research on Feng Shui in a sustainable way, this peer-reviewed open-access online Academic Journal of Feng Shui will give a focus for rigorously researched contributions to the knowledge of Feng Shui.
The objectives of this journal are:
(1) to promote academic research in all areas of Feng Shui
(2) to collect publications and sources of information for Feng Shui research
(3) to provide news and information on academic activities related to Feng Shui
Dr Michael Mak (Editor) – University of Newcastle, Australia
Mr Howard Choy – European College of Feng Shui, Berlin, Germany
Dr Michael Paton – University of Sydney, Australia
Dr Albert So – Asian Institute of Built Environment, Hong Kong
International renowned researchers on Feng Shui are invited to join the Advisory Board of the Academic Journal of Feng Shui. The role of the Advisory Board is to monitor the quality of the papers to be published in this journal through the review process. Current members of the Advisory Board are:
Professor Ole Bruun – Roskilde University, Denmark
Professor Wei Dong – University of Wisconsin – Madison, USA
Professor Stephan Feuchtwang – The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), UK
Professor Stephen Field – Trinity University, Texas, USA
Associate Professor Ellen van Goethem – Kyushu University, Japan
Professor Florian Reiter – Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany
Dr Stephen Skinner – Singapore
Mr Derek Walters – UK
Professor Wang Yude – Huazhong Normal University, China
Associate Professor Hong-Key Yoon – The University of Auckland, New Zealand