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There is more to Singapore

Have you ever stopped to wonder why Singapore is known as a Garden City ? Why would the government of any country spend so much on landscaping and planting trees ? ( Because, honestly, Singapore has more trees per square meter than any other high density city in the world ). Some say it's to pretty up the city, others say to create more shade, but there is a more compelling reason. Singapore, if you look at it from the top, resembles a crab. Its mouth is Singapore river, while its back faces Malaysia.

Crabs are speedy creatures that flourish in and out of water, with its pincers symbolizing strength and vigor, and its sideways movement representing power and success. So the shape of Singapore brings it luck. But crabs are only good if they are alive. If Singapore had been left the color of barren ground, it would be a red crab, and red crabs are cooked crabs which are dead crabs. For the crab to come alive, it needs to be green, and so by planting trees, Singapore has been brought to life. So obviously, someone at the top knew his feng shui.

 

 

 
Various Gods & Goddesses
 
Guan Yin
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Prosperity, Fortune and Longevity

Adjusting Residential Feng Shui

Commercial or Office Feng Shui

Bedroom Feng Shui Can Turn the Tide

Let Good Luck Be With You

Research on the Fact of Life

Feng Shui an important consideration for home buyers

Lights in Feng Shui (1)

 Lights in Feng Shui (2)

 Lights in Feng Shui (3)

Lights in Feng Shui (4)

Lights in Feng Shui (5)

Lights in Feng Shui (6)

Calligraphy

Colorful chopsticks

The Rise and Fall of ENRON

Singapore

Crystals for healing

Chi Lin

Laughing Buddha

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