The Big Apple benefits from Feng Shui
NEW YORK: Worldwide, economies are reportedly on the mend, with some said to be turning around more convincingly than the rest. The subprime property debacle in the US has knocked values and yields off real estate across the globe. Of late, however, a return in confidence in the property sector has been felt. In Malaysia, queues for selective property launches have been noted although it must be pointed out that the strong market response is not felt across the board.
Feng Shui in Melbourne
MELBOURNE: This city is the capital and the largest in the state of Victoria. Located in the southeastern part of Australia, Melbourne was established in 1835 but it only transformed into a wealthy metropolis when gold was discovered in the 1850s. It then grew to become one of the largest and richest cities in the world by the 1880s. It is now the second-most populous city in Australia
Feng Shui in The Lion City
Singapore is an island city-state located at the southern tip of Peninsula Malaysia; it is a microstate and the smallest nation in Southeast Asia. It is connected to Malaysia with the Johor-Singapore Causeway in the north (opened on June 28, 1924) and Tuas Second Link in the west (opened to traffic on Jan 2, 1998). Both countries are planning a third connection, which would very likely be connected to Punggol on the east side of Singapore. 
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