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Dear Anon,
Generally, Chinese calligraphy usually either have auspicious words or phonetically auspicious words or words of wisdom.
It is acceptable to place these calligraphy facing the bedroom door or on the hallway leading to the room.
More commonly it is placed in the living room or on a wall, leading to the home from the entrance area. This is a belief that beneifical Qi can be `enhanced' when it comes into the home. (This is not Feng Shui but Chinese belief of some people).
Under Chinese beliefs, plus in my opinion, one should not place the calligraphy facing the toilet door. Especially if the toilet bowl is visible.
For the kitchen, it is uncommon to place it there especially if one has a small kitchen. If one cooks or deep fry foods often, grease or oil stains get on to the canvas of the calligraphy. (Not so much of whether it is auspicious or not.)
Warmest Regards,

On 1/17/00 3:21:39 PM, Anonymous wrote:
Dear cecil,
Is it bad to hang chinese
calligraphy facing bedroom
Is it bad to hang it facing a
toilet door or kitchen door.

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net
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