Tan Khoon Yong

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Tan Khoon Yong is a veteran of geomancy studies and has been in the feng shui industry for more than 25 years. He has conducted numerous seminars to date, including his annual seminar “Chinese zodiac & Feng Shui Seminar”.

Since 2004, Tan Khoon Yong has been representing Singapore in the International Feng Shui Convention (IFSC). In 2008, he received the title of “Feng Shui Grand Master” from the International Feng Shui Association (IFSA) and is the first feng shui practitioner in Singapore to be awarded this title.

In recognition of his contributions to the society, he received the Public Service Medal (PBM) in 1999 from then-Singapore President S.R. Nathan. In 1993, he was appointed the Academic Advisor to the Department of Philosophy at Peking University. Currently, he holds various roles such as the Vice President of IFSA,[1] Vice Chairman of the Organization for Promoting Global Civilization[2] and Honorary Council Chairman of the Singapore Association of Writers.[3]

Publications[edit]

Tan Khoon Yong has written/ co-authored many books related to feng shui, destiny studies, Chinese culture and traditions. Some of his publications are “Hottest Fengshui Tips for Your Home”, “The Secrets of the Five Dragons” and “Hottest Destiny Tips for Your Life”, to name a few.

Media Exposure[edit]

Tan Khoon Yong is often invited by local (Singapore) and international media to share his views on issues related to feng shui, destiny studies, Chinese culture and traditions. He is a speaker for the International Feng Shui Convention since 2004. In 2011, he gave a presentation on ‘Unveil the Secrets of Yin Feng Shui’.[4]

In July 2011, he was invited by the French TV show, Echappées Belles, to elaborate on the feng shui of iconic buildings/ structures/ areas (Merlion, Singapore River, CBD area, Marina Bay Sands and Mount Faber) in Singapore.[5][6] This show is aired on the French National Channel, France 5.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "List of Exec Co. Members". International Feng Shui Association. Retrieved 2012-03-22.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help)
  2. ^ "About OPGC". Organization for Promoting Global Civilization. Retrieved 2012-03-22. 
  3. ^ "新加坡作家协会理事会名单" (in Chinese). Retrieved 2012-03-22. 
  4. ^ "IFSC – 8 th Annual Feng Shui Conventio" (PDF). Retrieved 2012-05-31. 
  5. ^ 华, 京京 (2011-07-18). "法电视拍旅游节目 找陈军荣介绍景点". 新明日报 (in Chinese). 
  6. ^ "France5.fr". En compagnie de Sophie. Retrieved 2012-03-27.