Proceedings of the Academic Journal of Feng Shui – 1st Symposium – Oceania
University of Technology Sydney, Australia, 13 & 14 May 2017
Edited by Michael Y. Mak & Michael J. Paton
Groves, Derham (2017) Feng Shui: Intuition, Not Just Superstition. Architecture: Superstition, Not Just Intuition.
Yoon, Hong-Key (2017) A Reflection on the Academic Scope of Research into Chinese Geomancy
Brunner, Jodi (2017) Defusing the North-South Issue
Choy, Howard (2017) The Use and Abuse of Chinese Correlative Thinking in Feng Shui
Ding, Yan (2017) Self-Care Landscapes: Feng Shui Craft and Everyday Practices
Dong, Wei (2017) Integrating Feng Shui Concepts into Painting Creation
Hong, Wan Thing et al. (2017) Are Bedroom Feng Shui Rules Practical from the Architectural Perspective?
Lan, Xing (2017) Traditional Application of the Five Phases in Feng Shui: An Examination of the Golden Mirror to Peaceful Dwellings
Mak, Michael (2017) An Empirical Study of Modern Sustainable Office Buildings in Sydney from the Feng Shui Perspective
Paton, Michael (2017) Dragon(s) of Sydney
Rahardjo, Mauro (2017) Feng Shui as Design Paradigm in Architecture
Rowe, Tyler (2017) Guo Pu’s Antique School of Feng Shui
Skinner, Stephen (2017) The Use of Different Metrics or Feng Shui Formulae for Different Parts of the Built Environment
Tiquia, Rey (2017) Surfing the Oceanic Waves of the Cosmic Breath under the Guidance of the Stems and Branches Calendrical Clock
Wei, Jing (2017) Decoding Ancient Feng Shui Talismans
Wong, Wing-Fai (2017) Five Emperors Coins: The Transformation of Yansheng Objects as Popular Culture in Feng Shui
Yap, Boon (2017) Is Feng Shui a Science?