Feng Shui Architect R.D. Chin

Having a civil engineering degree and a masters degree in architecture, R. D. Chin trained and worked with the late Paul Rudolph as an architect and further expanded his knowledge of interior design field.

Stumpling upon a Feng Shui book later changed his life track, he was intrigued by the profound Chinese philosophy and culture and studied under many Feng Shui experts such as Lin Yun.

1990s, by merging his background in architecture, design and Feng Shui, he started a Feng Shui architectural consultant company and earned his name by collaborating with several major real estate and private clients.

Sinovision Journal reporter Jane Stone went to R.D. Chin's office to learn more about his personal journey and some practical Feng Shui suggestion for the upcoming 2017.

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