New ‘Master Q’s Feng Shui Clinic’ opening on Friday 14


RMB City is ready to launch a new SL opening tomorrow Friday August 14, 2009.
Chinese artist Huang He (SL name: queenShoe Voom) will inaugurate the new ‘Master Q’s Feng Shui Clinic’ in RMB City’s Sanyuanli village.


Presenting a new series of virtual project RMB City opens itself to a new era of experimentation, novelty and liveliness.
A city needs lifeblood and creativity to regenerate itself: how will these young eclectic artists infuse new life in RMB City? Which new elements will they bring to the ordinary routine of the city?


Like ‘modern Prometheuses’ or godly figures, they are given the unique chance to infuse new life and cross the boundaries of new worlds in the unique artistic context or RMB City…new adventures are about to come, don’t miss the date!

Huang He (SL: queenShoe Voom) is a young Chinese artist and a long-standing friend of RMB City. Last January, coinciding with the opening of the City, Huang He applied the traditional oriental Feng Shui spatial theories to a SL context and investigated the connections between reality and virtuality. (Master Q’s Guide to Virtual Feng Shui)

Chinese architecture and apparently Hong Kong architecture most of all is completely infused with Feng Shui theories, also known as ‘Geomancy’…some bloggers wrote that the recent fire in the CCTV area was caused by a miscalculated arrangement of the spaces…it would be interesting to know some experts’ opinions…

Blog — Gianna Yebut, August 12, 2009 @ 10:56 pm


  1. I visited CCTV building arrounding when I was in Beijing, some days after I visited Forbidden City. When coming close to CCTV, there’s a very terrible feeling. If the Forbidden City looks like a fariy palace, new cctv looks like a master of hell’s home. For it’s too dark, too huge,too too full of sight, terrible!! I dont think people work inside can live a happy life of job, espcially the ones work upon the huge hole. For the space(hole) between the building is too big, wichi is really a 穿心煞 ( hear-throughing bad).

    Comment by Morden Q Master — August 13, 2009 @ 1:09 am

  2. It’s strange that now both forbbiden city and cctv was both on fire. Why sky “loved to put” fire on, it’s a question.

    Comment by Morden Q Master — August 13, 2009 @ 1:10 am

  3. Thank you HuangHe, it’s very interesting! You definetely know better than me why ‘the sky’ decides to punish some miscalculated architectural choices!

    …I guess sometimes it’s just ‘fate’, or ‘bad coincidences’ if you prefer…but I’m sure this is not the point of view of FengShui studies…

    Comment by Gianna Yebut — August 13, 2009 @ 1:18 am

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