Chinese New Year and the ancient art of Feng Shui

Arranging spaces to maximise harmony and, many believe, to attract good fortune is an ancient Chinese practice that comes to the forefront every Chinese New Year.

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    Central to Chinese New Year festivities is the ancient practice of Feng Shui, the art of rearranging a space to create harmony and new energy.

    More than a billion Chinese hope it will bring them good health and prosperity in the year ahead.

    But despite its popularity, the practice is being questioned by some academics as an "unproven science".

     

    Al Jazeera's Sarah Clarke has more from Hong Kong.


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