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Cecil Lee

Feng Shui of HDB East Crown @ Canberra

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Feng Shui of HDB East Crown @ Canberra and Flying Star Feng Shui for 5 bedroom type flats

1. This development has four flying star facing directions:

1.1. N1, S2, NW3 & SE3 facing directions



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Guest plplpl

hi master, 

we just recently selected this estate under sobf and found this forum.

can you explain more on the diagrams on the pictures? 

so is it good or bad ?

TIA!

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Firstly congratulations!

Frankly, I have a busy schedule with lots of cases to review.

Currently, the resources are more for those who have some knowledge of Flying Star Feng Shui. 

And the compass readings are to help those who are able; with the guidelines a catalyst for them to start preparing their worksheet.

Frankly, not sure if I can add more resources at the moment. Given also that there are really lots more new sites to prepare.


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HDB East Crown at Canberra looks like is about to T.O.P.

If one can hold-back, Chinese believe in avoiding opening the door for the first time during Chinese 7th month starting on 22 August 2017.

Also try to avoid starting renovations during Chinese 7th month. But it is okay to start renovations before the 7th month and continue onwards during the 7th month.

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East Crown at Canberra recently T.O.P. 

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This is the precinct pavilion:

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One issue is that many flats particularly 2nd and 3rd storeys have a full view of it.. good or bad... bad if a wake occurs during one’s festival eg Chinese New Year.. etc

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From this photo block 119B, 120A and B has a view of this pavilion:-

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From East Crown: this is the view of under construction block 131A East link I. 

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East link I development has a shopping centre. And it is facing the under construction Canberra MRT station. Canberra MRT is slated to be operational in 2018.


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EastLink II at Canberra and under construction Canberra MRT station due to open in 2018.

With it’s distinctive chocolate coloured facade contrasting with it’s light outline: looks smart and could be mistaken for a condo unit facade:

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The Canberra MRT station is a stone’s throw from EastLink II:-

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