Chinese Symbols, Calligraphy, and Feng Shui

Feng Shui Master/Master Chinese Calligrapher R. Liew


Chinese calligraphy is not only a form of art, it is also an important part of the Chinese wisdom and civilization. Enjoying a piece of Chinese calligraphy is just the same as enjoying a piece of painting. The brush work with the traditional Chinese black ink reflects the feeling and emotion of the master at that instant in time. A stroke in Chinese calligraphy means just a stroke, no touch up is allowed.

Since ancient times, master calligraphers are much welcomed and respected almost everywhere in the Chinese society. For thousands of years, they are often offered high positions in the Chinese imperial system. Calligraphy is normally presented to honor a well trusted person or establishment. It is then treated as a very precious item. Businesses and homes use Chinese calligraphy as Feng Shui tools and decorations. The calligraphy itself carries the "Qi" or energy and also the blessing by the master. Blessed by the master to obtain a positive "Yang" energy for the business owner and the employee alike, so that they will all work towards harmony, good health and success.

Born in Malaysia to Chinese parents, Master Liew was educated both in the east and the west and he is able to speak seven languages. He is currently living in Canada. Inherited the wisdom from his late father Mr.Liew Siong, who was a well respected Chinese calligrapher and Feng Shui master in his time. Master Liew's vision is to offer the western society the opportunity to share and enjoy an important part of the Chinese art and civilization. Master Liew pioneered Feng Shui calligraphy and Feng Shui healing methods in the cyber space, making them available over the internet. The Chinese words for the calligraphy are carefully chosen for Feng Shui use. They are great gifts, and also popular items for art collectors.

The untold power of Feng Shui calligraphy has been slowly realized by the western world. Master Liew considers Feng Shui calligraphy as part of a bridge for linking the eastern and western civilization, in an art form and also a spiritual form.