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Feng Shui of HDB Telok Blangah ParcView

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1. Feng Shui of HDB Telok Blangah ParcView and Flying Star Feng Shui of 4 Bedroom type:-

2. The largest bedroom size for this development are the 4 bedroom type layout.

3. Under Flying Star Feng Shui: HDB Telok Blangah ParcView has 4 facing directions:

3.1. Either N2/3 or S2/3.

3.2. N2/3 share identical flying star numbers. So does S2/3.

4. N2/3 & S2/3 characteristics

4.1 Under Flying stars; there is a difference between a N2 facing vs a S2 facing chart.

4.2 Here, under N2/3 facing; the combined auspicious wealth stars are wasted at the rear of the home. Here, "rear" often means wasted at the kitchen / yard area in stead of at the frontage like that of an S2/3 chart.

4.3 S2/3. Stacks are the best stacks for a East group person. As both frontage enjoys the double auspicious #8 wealth stars. And furthermore their facing directions has water. Bring great wealth.

5. A sample S3 chart is attached.

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The most vulnerable are the openings: windows or balcony / living room windows.

The most impractical to cure is the living room windows or balcony. How often one enclose this area entirely?

Thus, realistically, to know whether one got a poison arrow e.g. sharp corner pointed towards the home; this is by standing at such an opening and looking out of it.

Frankly, you can tell just by words alone. Got to get "physical" and be at that location to assess.

P.S. Clue: Alternatively some even take photos and use these to seek advice.


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Just T.O.P. 

The Multi-storey car park acts as a barrier between the Kong Hock Keng temple and Telok Blangah Parcview.

Some unit really gets to see the greenery.. while some get to see the sea..

 

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Food lovers; especially the noodles (mee) lovers will certainly look forward to these two stalls:

Authentic Traditional tick-tock mee that one once to find selling them by the road side..with their distinctive “tick-tock” calling card .. by their clasping of two bamboo sticks together..

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or the Hokkien mee. The stall is beside Labrador nasi lemark:-

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Rich thick but (unfortunately unhealthy) soup stock full of prawn flavour ..

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The Hokkien noodle stall is located somewhere near the Red arrow. The wanton noodles = green arrow. 

The other two stalls: Tiong Bahru Cantonese style porridge which used to also serve raw fish is in yellow. Unfortunately raw fish is no longer served. The other notable stall is the soya source chicken noodles in blue.

These stalls are currently manned by their owners. Unlike many found in other Food courts where workers were hired instead.

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Hi Master, 

Thank you for your detailed advice. We are getting a 4 room unit at Telok Blangah Towers and thinking of constructing a helper's room as in attached layout. Is it bad for the qi? Balcony facing South West.  Owner's born 1984. Greatly appreciate your view please.

 

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Did you know that in 1966, there was a Chinese cemetery just 300 metres away from HDB Telok Blangah Parcview?

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The area today:

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The Chinese cemetery was between Block 76, south of 450 Telok Blangah Cc; directly above Block 82 Telok Blangah Market, Kong Hock Keng Temple.

Below: ground zero of the former cemetery 

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Frankly, there is nothing bad about a Chinese cemetery. 

As in the past Chinese cemeteries were chosen because the land is often elevated i.e. on a hill. And cemetery land are suppose to be auspicious.

The problem occurs only when there were illegal burials and not all bones were fully dug up or fully recovered  before piling for the foundation works for that was converted into housing.

 


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This stall at Kallang uses Hokkien dialect terms to describe how spicy you want your wanton Noodles to be...

Let me interpret this although the mandarin version is next to it:
Tam Po Hiam = a bit of chilli
Por Tong Hiam = standard amount of chilli
Ka Zuay Hiam = a bit more chilli
Jin Jiak Hiam = more chilli
Xiang Teh Hiam = lots of chilli

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