On March 11, CapitaLand Vietnam hosted the “Feng Shui and Astrology 2018” seminar with the presence of the world’s leading expert on Feng Shui and Chinese metaphysics, Dato’ Joey Yap.
|The last two Feng Shui-centric seminars grabbed major attention from indivduals and entrepreneurs |
Previously, the Vietnam-based arm of CapitaLand successfully hosted the seminar for two consecutive years, 2016 and 2017, which later received lots of positive feedback from homebuyers.
Chen Lian Pang, CEO of CapitaLand Vietnam, asserted that, "We (CapitaLand Vietnam) acknowledge the role of Feng Shui in the decisions of a customer when purchasing a residential project, as Feng Shui represents the close connection between people and their living space. Hence, the ancient Chinese art is closely intertwined with the architecture of residential projects.”
CapitaLand Vietnam acknowledges the role of Feng Shui in the decisions of a customer when purchasing a residential project, as Feng Shui represents the close connection between people and their living space.
|Feng Shui plays a vital role in purchasing residential projects since there is a close-knit relationship between personal wellbeing and the surrounding ambience |
Chen further added that, "By inviting the internationally acclaimed Feng Shui pundit, Dato’ Joey Yap to co-host the seminar, we (CapitaLand Vietnam) expect to spread knowledge about the ancient art and science of Feng Shui on the Vietnamese market, bringing the practical perks Feng Shui has to offer to residential projects."
|The seminar was attended by droves of interested people and businesses |
In the Feng Shui seminar, the world-renowned consultant addressed key points, such as the energy generated by the Year of the Dog, the recent "hearsay" that this lunar year would bring a time of doom and gloom when markets would crash, leading to an inevitable recession, and speculations that sectors such as IT, oil and gas, telecommunications, and agriculture, as well as education would produce great business opportunities in the year ahead.
By Sam Luong