Year of the Wooden Sheep ‘generally a good year’—feng shui expert | Lifestyle.INQ

OCTOBER 27, 2022

Feng shui expert Hanz Cua PHOTO BY
Feng shui expert Hanz Cua PHOTO BY
Feng shui expert Hanz Cua PHOTO BY


MANILA, Philippines—It’s Chinese New Year and everyone wants to know what’s in store for them.


According to feng shui expert Hans Cua, 2015 or the Year of the Wooden Sheep is “generally a good year.”


Cua said in 2015, the Feng Shui chart has all the five elements (wood, fire, water, metal and earth) in proper balance creating equal opportunity for everyone.


He said people with the astrological sign of the rat would be the “luckiest” this year.


He mentioned President Benigno Aquino III, who was born in 1960 under the year of the rat, would have a good fortune this year.


Aquino, he said, would have a “very happy love life” although marriage would not happen soon.


According to him, those born under the year of the Dragon, Tiger, Boar, Dog, Rabbit and Horse will have a lucky year.



He said people born under the year of the Dragon would enjoy financial opportunity meaning their wealth would improve immensely this year.


Boar will have a ‘love luck’ this 2015 and will be a good opportunity for business expansion while the Dog will also be lucky in love and relationships.


Rabbit and Horse will have the good opportunity for business expansion.


Cua said businesses related to food, restaurant and tourism would flourish this 2015.


He said local politics would remain shaky but said money and opportunity would be abundant in the country.


According to him, green is the lucky color, which is also a good luck color for business.


He said earthquakes would be a calamity the country should watch out for and be cautioned about.




Colorful Chinese New Year celebration in Binondo

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