Understanding the Mysterious Connection Between Heritage Sites and Feng Shui
Speaker: Sr. Thomas Lee, MRICS, MHKIS, RPS(LS) CPD Points: 1.5 CPD credit hours
|CPD Event:||Understanding the Mysterious Connection Between Heritage Sites and Feng Shui|
|Date:||15 April 2021 (Thursday)|
|Time:||7:00p.m. – 8:30p.m.|
|Speaker:||Sr. Thomas Lee, MRICS, MHKIS, RPS(LS)
Managing Director of Star Vision Limited
|Venue:||By online media – ZOOM|
|CPD Points:||1.5 CPD credit hours|
|Fee:||HK$50 for HKICON Members and non-HKICON Members
Limited to 100 Participates
Free admission for current ACP students
About the CPD Talk
Feng Shui (風水) is the art of site selection using the Chinese philosophy of Qi (氣) which is an abstract concept of environmental forces to maintain sustainability of a place.
To create good geographical Qi, Feng Shui masters use spatial patterns of landscape and secret hidden formulas to optimise the Qi. Traditional heritage sites ranging from private mansions, village ancestor halls to royal tombs, follow Feng Shui principles which are believed to affect the living and the dead.
In this talk, Master Lee will explain how Feng Shui affects heritage sites, share his knowledge of Feng Shui from a professional as well as an academic perspective and share details of the practice in the Feng Shui industry.
About the Speaker
Sr. Thomas Lee, a professional chartered Land Surveyor, and the Managing Director of Star Vision Limited, specialising in applying UAV and the latest technology in surveying built environments. Utilizing his professional knowledge to study and understand traditional Feng Shui, he became a Feng Shui Master. With his scientific and modern interpretation of this traditional Chinese wisdom, he was invited to present at an architectural conference at Yale University and has been a speaker for RICS, HKIS and the Hong Kong Museum of History. He teaches GIS at the University of Hong Kong.