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2021 Autumn Exclusive Qian Long Jadeite Mountains

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 17 September 2021

Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins

With their able and committed leadership, eminent Qing dynasty emperors such as Kang Xi and Qian Long steered the empire through a golden age in its illustrious history. Under their stewardship, the Qing dynasty prospered economically, militarily, and also in its cultural and artistic pursuits. 

Well-known as an avid cultural connoisseur, Emperor Qian Long amassed extensive collections of fine art over the course of his reign. Paintings, sculptures and numerous other works were painstakingly researched and acquired by his team of art and culture aides. These precious artefacts firmly entrenched Emperor Qian Long’s legendary status as an ardent patron of fine art. Some of these pieces have withstood the test of time, providing precious insights into the richness and diversity of the Qing dynasty’s cultural scene. 

The plurality of Qing dynasty art and culture is exemplified by its incorporation of foreign elements. Emperor Qian Long’s penchant for exotic artistic styles led to the invitation of Giuseppe Castiglione, a Jesuit missionary and painter, to produce artwork and design structures within the Forbidden City. Throughout his service to the imperial court, his fusion of Western artistic techniques with Oriental cultural symbols imbued the palace with a distinctive East-meets-West aesthetic.  

The Qian Long Jadeite Mountain

Amidst Emperor Qian Long’s varied collections lies an important artefact commonly known today as the Qian Long Jadeite Mountain. This is of particular interest to contemporary practitioners of Imperial Feng Shui, given its immense significance to this ancient art. 

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Click here for an insight into the benefactor sector within homes and offices, and how the Qian Long Jadeite Mountain activates it to usher in support from influential benefactors. Such powerful support may be harnessed in a variety of ways to facilitate the furtherance of one’s personal and professional pursuits. 

Given the importance of the Qian Long Jadeite Mountain to Imperial Feng Shui, it is a crucial tool in Imperial Harvest’s empowerment of blessed clients towards their goals and aspirations. In commemoration of the spirit of abundant harvests this autumn, Imperial Harvest proudly commissions the Autumn 2021 Qian Long Jadeite Mountain collection.

The Celebration of Abundance in Autumn 

In ancient China, the season of autumn was eagerly anticipated, as it was when many crops matured and bore fruit. This resulted in autumn becoming inextricably associated with a season of harvest.

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The abundance of the autumn harvest was a cause for celebration. It was when friends, family and even acquaintances gathered to partake in communal feasts and other activities. Apart from prayers to give thanks for the bountiful harvest, many participated in special autumn fairs and festivals that emerged during this time. The rich cultural festivities and abundance of this period transformed it into a time of thanksgiving and conviviality. 

The immense significance of autumn was also not lost on the imperial court. During this period, the emperor led court officials in a series of elaborate imperial rites and rituals. As the majority of imperial court revenue was derived from agriculture, this season of harvest was marked by ancestral worship and livestock sacrifices to express gratitude for the abundant yield. Other imperial practices included ceremonies for various deities, as well as the emperor’s sampling and endorsement of the first harvests.

Autumn and the Metal Element in Imperial Feng Shui

In the study of landforms in Imperial Feng Shui, there are five mountain formations that correspond to the five elements of metal, earth, wood, fire and water. Each of these bears a unique distinguishing shape or structure. 

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According to Imperial Feng Shui principles, autumn corresponds to the metal element. In a tribute to the season of metal, the Imperial Harvest Autumn 2021 Qian Long Jadeite Mountain collection consists of metal elemental mountains, which possess a smooth rounded top. They are widely feted as powerful wealth-creating structures, bringing multiple large streams of wealth to those who effectively leverage their auspicious properties.

The Imperial Harvest Autumn 2021 Qian Long Jadeite Mountain Collection - Inspired by the cross-cultural grandeur of the Qian Long Garden 

The Autumn 2021 Qian Long Jadeite Mountain Collection pays tribute to the pioneering east-meets west aesthetic of the Qian Long Garden. 

This sprawling garden complex was commissioned by Emperor Qian Long as a luxurious retirement abode, and was completed in the late 18th century. Kept largely intact over the years, it today offers unique insights into the golden age of his reign.

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The Qian Long Garden was built to reflect its namesake’s embracement of cross-cultural exchange and interaction. Its extensive incorporation of European cultural and artistic elements is a testament to the influence of Castiglione, the Jesuit imperial court designer invited from Italy by Emperor Qian Long. 

One of these is the trompe l’oeil technique, which was commonly employed in European paintings to achieve three-dimensional depictions of objects. Borrowing from this artistic technique, many prevailing buildings and structures deftly manipulated human visual perception to generate optical illusions of their design elements. This gave rise to a novel genre of “forced perspective”, which allowed designers to create desired perceptions or “perspectives” of their work. 

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Within the Qian Long Garden, a wall of trompe l’oeil silk paintings deploys this European technique on a canvas material highly favoured by Chinese nobility. An assortment of elaborate murals throughout the garden extensively employs chiaroscuro techniques, harnessing the interplay of darkness and light to accentuate contrasts and shadows. These were applied to common Oriental materials such as bamboo carvings and jade pieces. Such novel architectural language gave rise to a unique fusion of diverse cultures within the garden compound.

Just like the Qian Long Garden, the Imperial Harvest Autumn 2021 Qian Long Jadeite Mountain Collection weaves into its construction the bold and innovative styles of Western art introduced by Castiglione. It repurposes these Western techniques to accentuate the exquisite design of each masterpiece. Forced perspectives of each jadeite mountain are achieved by manipulating visual perception to direct the viewer’s gaze towards the strategically-placed auspicious features.

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Pine Trees for Long-Term Growth (松鹤连年)

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Pines are famed for being extremely long-lived. This species is known to survive for up to a thousand years, with a few rare specimens documented in excess of four thousand years. They have also adapted well to harsh conditions, with extreme temperatures and inconsistent water supply. This is a testament to their ability to overcome severe hardship and unforgiving circumstances. Furthermore, the evergreen nature of pines makes them a common symbol in Chinese art of enduring growth and development. On the Qian Long Jadeite Mountain, they represent the blessed owner’s resilience and capacity to thrive in any situations.

Dragon Meridian Point (寻龙点穴)

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Designed based on the principles of locating the Dragon Meridian Spot (寻龙点穴), the house depicted in this Qian Long Jadeite Mountain is nestled amidst the low-lying hills and occupies an auspicious site known as the Dragon Meridian Point (结穴点).

The Dragon Meridian Point (结穴点) gathers auspicious energy from the incoming Imperial Dragon, empowering the occupants to achieve wealth and prosperity. The same landform principles are being applied for the selection of the residence of Hong Kong’s wealthiest tycoon Mr Li Ka Shing.  

Bridging Connection (水到渠成)

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The presence of a channel of flowing water bears auspicious connotations of an inflow of wealth. This suggests smooth success in all of the blessed owner’s personal and professional endeavours. 

The bridge constructed across the stream indicates adaptation to obstacles, and flourishing despite challenging circumstances. This is inspired by the Chinese idiom “水到渠成”, which suggests that given the right conditions, success inevitably follows. By negating the impediment posed by the stream, the bridge is indicative of the blessed owner prevailing over life’s challenges. 

In anticipation of the Qian Long Garden’s imminent public unveiling, the Autumn 2021 Qian Long Jadeite Mountain collection draws inspiration from Emperor Qian Long and his fervent patronage of Imperial Feng Shui. Its intricate designs embody the distinctive east-meets-west aesthetic of Qing dynasty art and culture, seamlessly melding it with auspicious representations of abundance and success.

Over the years, Imperial Harvest has remained steadfastly focused on prospering generations and empowering countless individuals in their pursuit and attainment of their aspirations. This is achieved by remaining true to the Imperial Feng Shui tradition that flourished during the Qing dynasty, and by leveraging the unlimited human potential that exists in every individual.


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Untold Story of the Qian Long Jadeite Mountains

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 10 September 2021

Estimated Reading Time: 4 mins

The abundant prosperity and success of the Qing dynasty is well-documented. Legendary rulers such as Emperors Kang Xi and Qian Long were well-known for their wisdom and foresight. Their timely and inspired decisions were responsible for numerous military conquests, as well as fiscal masterstrokes that greatly boosted the empire’s economic might. With their profound eminence and capable leadership, the Qing dynasty lasted and thrived for nearly three hundred years. Throughout this period, the reach and fiefdom of the Chinese empire increased by leaps and bounds, making it the largest in Chinese dynastic history.

The Qing dynasty was also a time of cultural renewal and increase. Emperor Qian Long, in particular, saw himself not only as a leader and military commander, but also as a custodian of the empire’s cultural artefacts and narratives. His passion for fine art led him to acquire numerous paintings, sculptures and carvings, which he installed around the Forbidden City as part of an endorsed imperial collection. To advise him on artistic trends and precious artefacts, Emperor Qian Long relied on research and advice from a trusted team of cultural aides.

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Throughout his reign, Emperor Qian Long became inextricably associated with his beloved collections of culturally-significant artwork. Pieces were strategically installed at specific locations within the Forbidden City, for Emperor Qian Long’s pleasure and to inspire and guide him in everyday imperial affairs.

The Qian Long Garden

The legacy of Emperor Qian Long and the Qing dynasty remains culturally significant even today. Beyond cultural artefacts and practices, a sprawling garden complex commissioned by Emperor Qian Long has been kept largely intact, and today offers unique insights into the golden age of his reign. 

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Commonly known as the Qian Long Garden, this complex was completed in the late 18th century, and is a testament to Emperor Qian Long’s exquisite tastes. It was also heavily influenced by European cultural and artistic elements, reflecting his embracement of cross-cultural exchange and interaction. This is further evidenced by his appointment of Giuseppe Castiglione, an Italian missionary and designer, as an imperial court artist. Over the years, Castiglione became known for the incorporation of Western artistic techniques into his paintings and building designs, imbuing the Forbidden City with a decidedly east-meets-west aesthetic. 

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The bold and innovative styles of Western art are reflected throughout the Qian Long Garden complex. An ongoing project by the World Monuments Fund (WMF) to restore and conserve the Qian Long Garden reveals the influence of Western artistic techniques introduced by Castiglione and his peers. A wall of trompe l’oeil silk paintings adeptly manipulates visual perception to generate desired perspectives of the artwork. Murals within the complex extensively employ chiaroscuro techniques, harnessing the interplay of darkness and light to accentuate contrasts and shadows. These Western influences existed alongside bamboo carvings and jade pieces that were a hallmark of prevailing Chinese art, seamlessly marrying these diverse cultural tropes within the garden compound. 

The cultural legacy of the Qian Long Garden complex

While the Qian Long Garden complex never fulfilled its original purpose as Emperor Qian Long’s retirement abode, it was nevertheless well-utilised by generations of emperors after him. Many of them turned the complex into a recreational space, using it as a retreat from the affairs of the imperial court.

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Today, the Qian Long Garden complex is an enduring representation of the Qing dynasty’s outstanding success, as well as its unique fusion of Eastern and Western cultural elements. Its four courtyards, 27 building structures and elaborate landscaping proudly showcase the progressive and eminent leadership of Emperor Qian Long and other luminaries of the Qing dynasty. Led by the WMF, its conservation and upcoming public showcase heralds a new dawn not only for Qing-era cultural arts, but also for the Imperial Feng Shui tradition that flourished throughout the dynasty.

Preserving Imperial Feng Shui: The Imperial Harvest Mission

The preservation of the Qian Long Garden, along with the richness of its illustrious culture, resonates deeply with Imperial Harvest. Since conception, Imperial Harvest has been dedicated to preserving and promoting the art of Imperial Feng Shui, whose fabled history predates even Emperor Qian Long and the Qing dynasty.

Emperor Qian Long was well-known for his fervent patronage and endorsement of this venerable art. Throughout his distinguished reign, it grew in prominence and was harnessed to guide numerous affairs of the imperial court.  

Mountains and the Benefactor Sector in Imperial Feng Shui

In Imperial Feng Shui, each property such as a home or office is divided into a number of “sectors”. Each sector corresponds to a specific aspect of occupants’ lives, such as wealth and the presence of benefactors. The east-meets-west aesthetic of the Qian Long Garden provides the inspiration behind the Imperial Harvest Autumn 2021 Qian Long Jadeite Mountain collection, which powerfully activates the benefactor sector in homes and offices.

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According to Imperial Feng Shui classics, “Mountains govern benefactors, authority and harmony while water governs wealth” (山管人丁,水管财).  Being stable and immovable, mountains represent power and support from benefactors. The power of the benefactor sector is therefore harnessed by activating the mountain star.

In Chinese cosmology, mountains are regarded as one of the most powerful symbols, regulating cosmic order and ensuring permanence. In recognition of their monumental role, generations of Chinese emperors ensured mountain images were emblazoned alongside their royal thrones, mirroring their mandate and authority over the land. The activation of the mountain star also empowered emperors with benefactor support, authority and nobility, and symbolised their ability to rule with stability and steadfastness.

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These considerations gave rise to the commissioning of the Qian Long Jadeite Mountain in the late 18th century. This powerful jadeite artefact was conceived by Emperor Qian Long’s Imperial Feng Shui masters as an ingenious alternative to building palace structures on mountainous terrain, which was inherently challenging with prevailing engineering and architectural capabilities. The mountain star was therefore activated by these visual representations of auspicious mountain landforms. In a nod to Emperor Qian Long’s artistic inclinations, these jadeite mountains were designed with reference to various pieces in his extensive art collection. 

The Heritage of Emperor Qian Long's Jadeite Mountains lives on at Imperial Harvest

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The Qian Long Jadeite Mountain was initially conceptualised as a practical means of leveraging auspicious mountain landforms. In the centuries since, it has come to be feted as a celebration of the innovation and craftsmanship of Emperor Qian Long’s Imperial Feng Shui artisans. 

Qian Long Metal Jadeite Mountain

Qian Long Metal Jadeite Mountain

Unlike other gemstones, jadeite production requires a laborious grinding process due to its exceptional hardness. Imperial Harvest’s Qian Long Jadeite Mountain collection bears witness to the meticulous process undertaken 300 years ago by Emperor Qian Long’s craftsmen, in which elegant and lifelike details were painstakingly relayed from paper outlines to jadeite sculptures. Today, Imperial Harvest’s timeless reimagination of Emperor Qian Long’s jadeite masterpieces adorn the homes and offices of numerous blessed clients, empowering them with amplified benefactor support, relationship harmony and success.


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From the Qing Court to Imperial Harvest: The Royal Heritage of Imperial Feng Shui

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 03 September 2021

Estimated Reading Time: 3mins

The Qing dynasty bears witness to one of the most prosperous and successful eras of China’s dynastic history. Led by ethnic Manchus, it is renowned not only for its material abundance, but also for fostering a thriving exchange of cultures between the East and West. The unparalleled fortunes of the Qing dynasty make it widely acknowledged as a “Golden Age” in ancient Chinese history. 

The achievements of the Qing dynasty are especially evident during the reign of Emperor Qian Long. Under his wise and eminent rule, the Qing dynasty underwent a renaissance of the arts, culture, architecture and innovation. Inspired by his fervent endorsement of and adherence to the principles of Imperial Feng Shui, this ancient art also thrived and was widely adopted by officials in the Qing court. 

The extensive influence of the West throughout the Qing dynasty is clearly evident in the prevailing imperial architecture and design language. Emperor Qian Long’s appreciation of Western design techniques and elements led him to extensively engage the services of Jesuit missionary and painter Giuseppe Castiglione. In 1747, Castiglione was appointed to oversee the design and construction of Western-style structures in the imperial gardens of the Old Summer Palace. He was assisted by a diverse team of designers that included other Jesuits such as Jean-Denis Attiret, giving the palace a unique East-meets-West aesthetic. 

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Castiglione also brought this harmonious fusion of Eastern and Western artistic styles to imperial court paintings, which he was invited to produce. He adeptly applied his Italian artistic training to prevailing Chinese tastes, creating bold and innovative styles of court paintings. Under Castiglione’s influence, these paintings took on increasingly Western qualities, giving rise to a novel genre of East-meets-West artwork that endured throughout the Qing dynasty.

With his service to the imperial court spanning the reigns of three emperors, Castiglione played a large role in fostering fruitful dialogue between Eastern and Western artistic styles. His extensive contributions were greatly respected and appreciated by Emperor Qian Long, who appointed him an official of the third rank.

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Qian Long Jadeite mountains inspired by east-meets-west aesthetic of Qing dynasty designs

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Today, the pioneering east-meets-west aesthetic that widely permeated the Qing dynasty lives on at Imperial Harvest. Inspired by the revolutionary designs introduced to the imperial court by Castiglione, the Imperial Harvest Qian Long Jadeite Mountain Collection incorporates Western design elements and techniques that gained popularity throughout Emperor Qian Long’s reign.

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Taking reference from the trompe l’oeil technique popular in European paintings, the Qian Long Jadeite Mountains incorporate elements of forced perspective into their design. Through deft manipulation of human visual perception, Master David and his team of designers amplify and draw attention to the auspicious features that adorn each Imperial Harvest Qian Long Jadeite Mountain.

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The preparatory groundwork for the carving of each Qian Long Jadeite Mountain also bears resemblance to the elaborate process undertaken by Castiglione in his paintings for the imperial court. The emperors favoured silk as the medium for such artworks, in appreciation of its uniquely soft and smooth texture. As painting brushwork on silk is difficult to remove or revise, Castiglione often perfected his sketches on paper before proceeding to transfer his elaborate artwork to the delicate silk canvas.

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Similarly, every Imperial Harvest Qian Long Jadeite Mountain begins life in the fertile creativity of Master David’s design sketchbook. After meticulous work to determine and finalize the sketches, they are sent to our state-of-the-art workshops, where our master craftsmen cut and carve the finest raw jadeite according to Master David’s enlightened vision.

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With his patronage of Western design styles and techniques, Emperor Qian Long catalysed the fusion of Western artistic cultures with traditionally Oriental symbols, themes and design elements. His appointment of numerous Western art and design consultants to the imperial court came to be seen as a bold endorsement of novel and exotic ideas and approaches.

Emperor Qian Long’s penchant for reimagining the status quo makes him a prominent architect of the Qing dynasty’s cultural and physical landscape. His reign brought about thriving intercultural exchange and new forms of creative expression within the empire.

At Imperial Harvest, the influence of Emperor Qian Long’s pioneering spirit guides the development of every earthly treasure. Just as Emperor Qian Long left his lasting imprints on the Qing dynasty through his groundbreaking initiatives, Master David decisively shapes the course of modern Imperial Feng Shui with his bold vision. In staying true to the Imperial Feng Shui ethos that flourished in the Qing dynasty with Emperor Qian Long’s patronage, Master David today plays a prominent role in revitalizing this ancient lost art.

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As an architect of modern Imperial Feng Shui, Master David is passionate about contemporary applications of this noble art. Over the years, Imperial Harvest has partnered countless clients on the journey towards attaining their personal and professional goals. While these may be in areas as diverse as career aspirations, familial relationships and personal development, Imperial Harvest’s commitment to Imperial Feng Shui and adherence to its core tenets remain constant and enduring.


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Imperial White Inkstones to Address Missing Indirect Wealth Sectors

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 26 August 2021

Estimated Reading Time: 4minutes

This Seventh Lunar Month is the birthday month of Di Guan Da Di (地官大帝), the Ruler of Earth who oversees indirect wealth (偏财库). This refers to wealth derived from secondary income sources such as investments, trading and windfalls. Di Guan Da Di’s birthday makes this month a highly auspicious period to take steps to enhance one’s indirect wealth.

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According to Imperial Feng Shui principles, there are two groups of stars, namely the mountain star and water star. Each star fulfills a specific set of roles in our lives. One of the most important verses in the classics of Imperial Feng Shui states that “Mountains govern benefactors, authority and harmony, while Water governs wealth, opportunities and intuition.” (“山管人丁,水管财”). This verse indicates the significance of the Water Star in one’s pursuit of abundance and prosperity.

In Imperial Feng Shui, the Water Star is primarily activated by the installation of fine natural crystals at the wealth sectors of homes and offices. This practice stays true to the wisdom of Emperor Qian Long. who extensively harnessed the properties of such crystals to lead the Qing dynasty to a golden era of growth, abundance and stability. 

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Click here to read about how Imperial Harvest stays true to this ancient tradition with our fine crystal collections.

Missing Sectors and the Imperial White Inkstone

While Imperial Harvest’s fine natural crystals are powerful enhancers of indirect wealth this Seventh Lunar Month, other interventions are required in homes and offices with missing indirect wealth sectors. 

The Imperial White Inkstone has the potent ability to promote the auspicious energy of one sector while countering three inauspicious sectors (一白遮三丑, 一旺挡三煞). Apart from addressing the problems arising from missing sectors, it also counteracts the ill effects of Sha Qi and activates the authority sector in homes and offices.

Inkstones are commonly mined from the famed Seven Star Crags in Zhaoqing City, Guangdong. While they come in a variety of colours, only 0.02% of them are white, making them the rarest type of inkstone available. The renowned exclusivity of white inkstones made them historically reserved for Chinese Emperors, with Imperial Feng Shui masters using them to empower the royals with ruling authority and legitimacy. 

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One of the foremost proponents of Imperial Feng Shui, Emperor Qian Long commissioned a variety of inkstones in ancient and classical styles. Some of these even bore inscriptions of his own poetry. The production of Imperial White Inkstones was strictly overseen by government officials and handcrafted by top imperial artisans using materials of the highest quality. The finest inkstones are free from impurities and famed for their luminous white-as-snow appearance. They also boast a jade-like texture that makes them smooth to the touch.

Imperial Harvest’s Preservation of Emperor Qian Long’s Inkstone Traditions

The complex motifs on each Imperial Harvest Imperial White Inkstone are sketched and designed by Master David, who engages only the most experienced engravers to etch his iconic handiwork on the precious stones. These artisans employ specialized tools such as binocular microscopes to carve the most minute of details with care and precision, sometimes spending more than a month on each inkstone.

Each Imperial White Inkstone is then polished to highlight its distinctive design and accentuate its shape. This is done by hand using the free-floating technique. While technically challenging, this produces a smooth and blemish-free surface.

The result of these meticulous processes is a collection of stunning Imperial White Inkstones that befit the Imperial Harvest brand. They also embody the heritage of the inkstones of Emperor Qian Long’s Imperial Court 300 years ago, along with their unrivalled Imperial Feng Shui properties.

This auspicious Seventh Lunar Month, Master David curates and presents his Imperial White Inkstone recommendations to counter the limitations of missing indirect wealth sectors in the home and office. 

Royal Panda Collection

The Imperial Harvest Royal Panda Collection is inspired by the clean and precise painting style of Wu Zuoren, one the most prominent artists of contemporary China.

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Wu Zuoren is renowned for his deft fusion of traditional Chinese depictions of scenery and nature with Occidental painting techniques. His works are characterised by simplicity, clarity of expression and vigour.

The Royal Panda Collection represents Imperial Harvest’s tribute to the widely-acclaimed genius of Wu Zuoren.

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The panda is often depicted as leading a carefree life full of joy and inquisitiveness, and is also a symbol of abundance. The Royal Panda Collection pairs the panda with bamboo, whose ladder-like structure represents steps of endurance and steady progress towards success.

The pointillism technique is employed to project minuscule dots onto the stone’s surface, creating lifelike shadows that contrast the lighter shades against darker ones. The bold overlay of black on white borrows from the Renaissance-inspired chiaroscuro to augment the depth and volume of the pandas’ features, along with their jovial expressions suggesting their bliss of contentment.  

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Endowed with the remarkable stylistic harmony of traditional Chinese ink wash painting techniques, the Royal Panda Collection’s complexity of artistic expression places it firmly within the top echelons of classic paintings.

Landscapes Collection

The designs in the Landscapes Collection are influenced by the landscape paintings of famous Chinese artist Huang Binhong.

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Huang Binhong possessed exceptional skill in the manipulation of brush and ink, as well as a keen understanding of positive and negative spaces that amplified the abstract nature of his brushwork. He is widely considered to be one of the last innovators in literati-style paintings, and widely acclaimed for his freehand landscapes.

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These qualities are reproduced and reflected in the Landscapes Collection, which encapsulates a nuanced depiction of the natural world. Master David’s renditions of traditional landscape paintings exhibit a richness of detail garnered from a bird’s eye perspective of landforms, flora, and fauna. Broad calligraphic strokes are incorporated cohesively into faithful mimetic representations of reality, creating stunning masterpieces brimming with technical finesse and mastery of Oriental art.

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In Chinese, landscapes are known as 山水 (Shan Shui), which literally translates to “mountains and water”. These are two of the most important elements found in nature, and are thought to be harmoniously in equilibrium. Imperial Harvest’s true-to-life Landscapes Collection seamlessly marries fine artistic pedigree with the inkstones’ inherent properties to counter the effects of missing indirect wealth sectors. 

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For ambitious individuals seeking massive growth in their secondary income streams, living in a home with missing indirect wealth sectors would be akin to fighting a losing battle. The Imperial Harvest Imperial White Inkstone is an indispensable treasure for such circumstances. 


Your expert consultants are on hand to help you find the perfect Imperial Harvest treasure. Book a complimentary consultation today or contact us at +65 91221826

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Indirect Wealth Sectors in the Home and Office

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 23 August 2021

Estimated Reading Time: 4minutes

The indirect wealth sectors in our homes and offices hold the key to ushering in prosperity from secondary streams of income. These supplementary income streams could include sources such as financial investment portfolios, unanticipated windfalls and various inheritances.

This year, the seventh lunar month runs from 8 August to 6 September of the Gregorian calendar. Being the birthday month of Di Guan Da Di (地官大帝), the Supreme Ruler who oversees indirect wealth (偏财库), it is an ideal period to reap the auspicious indirect wealth blessings he bestows.

Based on rigorous studies and research, Imperial Feng Shui masters of the Qing dynasty found that indirect wealth sectors within each property could be activated with the proper installation of fine natural crystals. The correct activation of these sectors, according to Imperial Feng Shui principles, empowers the occupants with robust and rewarding streams of indirect wealth.

Read more about the rich Imperial Feng Shui heritage of activating indirect wealth sectors with fine crystals here.

Activating Indirect Wealth Sectors this Auspicious Seventh Lunar Month 

Staying true to the wisdom of Emperor Qian Long’s Imperial Feng Shui masters, Imperial Harvest today empowers thousands of blessed clients with the finest earthly treasures to realize their personal and professional pursuits. Just as the Qing dynasty flourished with Emperor Qian Long’s fervent patronage of Imperial Feng Shui, Imperial Harvest’s esteemed clients have gone on to become leaders and pioneers in their own right, with the blessings of their earthly treasures.

This auspicious seventh lunar month, Imperial Harvest celebrates the birthday of Di Guan Da Di with exquisite crystals designed to activate the indirect wealth sectors in your home or office.

The Three Cs of Imperial Harvest Crystals

The Imperial Harvest Crystal collection is meticulously designed by Master David, incorporating the wealth-garnering features of auspicious deities and creatures to endow the destined owner with abundance and prosperity. Imperial Harvest works directly with mine owners in Brazil to curate the finest raw crystals available. 

Every Imperial Harvest crystal undergoes eight rounds of rigorous testing before it is certified by independent gemological institutes. The exquisite quality of Imperial Harvest crystals, as embodied by their three Cs, elevates them above ordinary crystals for our discerning blessed clients.

Clarity

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As crystals are formed deep within the earth, under extreme heat and pressure, virtually all contain "birthmarks", or small imperfections. The clarity of a crystal refers to the degree to which these imperfections are present. Depending on the size, location and darkness of these imperfections, they can interfere with light as it passes through the crystal. Imperial Harvest’s crystals are invariably of impeccable clarity - they are of similar clarity as the crystals used to carve Emperor Qian Long's extensive crystal collection 300 years ago. 

Imperial Harvest’s crystals are those that achieve only the most stringent gemological standards. In Imperial Feng Shui, the clarity of a crystal is directly correlated with the speed at which prosperity is achieved. 

Colour

Imperial Harvest’s Crystal collection consists of only the world’s finest naturally-coloured crystals. This means they have never been artificially treated to remove, add or alter any colours. 

Spanning a range of colours, some of Imperial Harvest’s crystals are completely colourless, while others sport faint natural hues of brown, yellow or pink.

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Clear Quartz is colourless and transparent, a result of the crystals growing with very little or no contact with their host rock. 99% of clear quartz in the market is tainted with impurities and hues of faint colours, having been treated with heat or gamma irradiation to induce colour. Imperial Harvest clear quartz crystals are derived only from the remaining top 1%.

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Smoky Quartz derives its smoky brown colour from the natural irradiation of silicon dioxide that creates the free silicon. Imperial Harvest’s highly-translucent smoky quartz crystals are extremely rare, making up just 0.5% of all smoky quartz in the market. The remaining 99.5% is either opaque or partially translucent.

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Citrine is one of the rarest crystals in the world. 97% of citrines available in the market are heat-treated amethysts or smoky quartz. In contrast, Imperial Harvest’s all-natural citrine crystals obtain their brilliant fancy yellow colour from natural ferric minerals present in quartz.

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Rose quartz is one of the world’s most highly-prized crystals. Trace amounts of titanium, iron and manganese give rise to its pinkish hue. Only less than 5% of crystals in the Imperial Harvest collection is rose quartz.

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Rutilated quartz contains natural acicular (needle-like) inclusions of rutile. These are usually gold-tinged, but may sometimes appear silver, copper red or deep black. Imperial Harvest offers only full rutilated quartz - the highest quality rutilated quartz available.

Craftsmanship

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While a raw crystal owes much of its beauty to nature, its manipulation in the hands of a master craftsman allows it to truly shine as a work of art. Imperial Harvest honours the world’s finest crystals with the most impeccable craftsmanship available. From conceptualization to completion, each Imperial Harvest crystal undergoes extensive designing and hand-carving before the finishing touches are applied by the most skillful artisans of our time.

Every Imperial Harvest crystal begins life in Master David’s design sketchbook. After meticulous work to determine and finalize the sketches, they are sent to our state-of-the-art workshops, where our master craftsmen cut and carve according to Master David’s enlightened vision.

This process is carried out entirely by hand, by a dedicated artisan, with skills acquired from generations of master artisans before him. This imbues each Imperial Harvest crystal with impeccable detailed elements which no machine on Earth could ever replicate. 

Drawing on Imperial Feng Shui principles, crystals must be deftly created to maximize the amount of light reflected from their surfaces. This allows them to redirect earthly energies to the fullest extent, thereby channeling the greatest amounts of auspicious energies to the occupants. At Imperial Harvest, all of our crystals are hand-fashioned with a technique that accounts for their unique refraction index and reflective properties.

Pixiu (貔貅)

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The Pixiu is one of the most iconic mythical creatures in the Imperial Harvest collection. It is a ferocious-looking fusion of a dragon’s head, a horse’s body and unicorn claws. The winged animal's bold silhouette resembles that of a lion.

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Legend has it that the Pixiu regularly consumes large amounts of precious elements such as gold and silver, but does not excrete any of it. This gives it the unique ability to draw wealth from all directions while preventing it from flowing out. As the Pixiu possesses an insatiable appetite, it is a symbol of a constant inflow of extremely good fortune and prosperity. This helps its destined owner rapidly accumulate assets and resources from a range of investment and windfall sources.

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Laughing Buddha’s Treasure Bag 

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The Imperial Harvest Laughing Buddha Crystal Collection is a tribute to the Laughing Buddha’s joyous outlook. He is almost always depicted with his treasure bag that is filled with rare jewels, gold ingots and elixirs, making it a prominent symbol of perennial auspicious luck and prosperity. This evokes the notion of amassing a large fortune and achieving financial contentment in life.

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The Laughing Buddha’s Treasure Bag Crystal is the ultimate representation of abundance and prosperity, and the destined owner is blessed with a life of contentment.

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God of Wealth 

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The God of Wealth is widely worshipped for his governance of fortunes. The Imperial Harvest God of Wealth crystal depicts him holding an auspicious scroll with the Chinese words “招财进宝”, proclaiming the arrival of wealth. In his other hand is the Ruyi Scepter, a symbol of authority and respect that confers exceptional luck upon those seeking power and leadership. It also represents a smooth-sailing life for its destined owner. 

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Bringing a torrent of auspicious luck, the Imperial Harvest God of Wealth ushers good fortune into destined owners’ homes and workplaces, and helps them secure prosperous and fulfilling lives with secure, high-paying and respectable careers.

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Addressing missing indirect wealth sectors

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While Imperial Harvest crystals are effective in activating the indirect wealth sectors within the property, these sectors may sometimes be missing. 

In ancient China, the presence of important sectors was ensured by constructing properties in “regular” shapes, most commonly squares or rectangles. Unfortunately, modern-day considerations, competing priorities and architectural techniques often gloss over the importance of such “regularity”, resulting in missing sectors and negatively affecting the occupants.

The Imperial White Inkstone negates the noxious energies resulting from the missing sectors, and restores the optimal balance of energy within the property. At the same time, it empowers occupants with benefactors, power and authority.

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The Imperial White Inkstone’s versatility and range of applications was recognized by Emperor Qian Long. He amassed an impressive collection which he used on a daily basis to grind his specially-concocted red vermilion, while reviewing daily state affairs at the Imperial Court.

According to Imperial Feng Shui principles, this meditative grinding of the vermillion empowered Emperor Qian Long with intuition, benefactors and luck to make important state decisions.

This steadfast adherence to Imperial Feng Shui fuelled the success of the Qing Dynasty, propelling it to a long and prosperous reign of 268 years.


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Making Indirect Wealth Breakthroughs with Imperial Harvest this Seventh Lunar Month

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 13 August 2021

Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins

The seventh lunar month holds great significance for Buddhist and Taoists across the world. This is especially so in East Asia, where entire communities often gather to commemorate important events or occasions within this month. 

Seventh lunar month festivities culminate on the 15th day as Zhong Yuan Festival (中元节), which marks the birthday of the Ruler of Earth, one of three Supreme Rulers. The Ruler of Earth, also known as Di Guan Da Di (地官大帝), oversees indirect wealth (偏财库) and earthly wealth capacity (地财库). He also grants devotees intuition and instinct to build a consistently increasing financial portfolio.

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Golden opportunity to supercharge your indirect wealth 

The financial empowerment conferred by Di Guan Da Di through indirect wealth sources makes his birthday month an opportune period to enhance one’s indirect wealth luck and indirect wealth capacity. Indirect wealth refers to wealth streams that derive from secondary income sources, or income that supplements one’s main livelihood. For example, a full-time teacher who also invests in property derives his indirect wealth from his investments.  

Diversifying your income with indirect wealth streams

A common source of indirect wealth would be a portfolio of financial investment instruments. In volatile financial times such as these, building a strong and diverse portfolio is of paramount importance. With improved investment wealth luck, individuals are able to experience consistent and healthy portfolio growth, regardless of the state of the financial markets. 

Such income could also include wealth derived from windfalls. Windfall wealth refers to unanticipated wealth acquired from ad-hoc activities such as inspired and timely trading decisions. Windfalls enable one to effectively take advantage of evolving situations to benefit one’s position. Enhancing one’s windfall wealth luck attracts and manifests prosperity across a variety of financial endeavours.

Many blessed clients of Imperial Harvest have turned to bolstering their indirect wealth streams of income to ensure their financial security. Over the years, Imperial Harvest has provided invaluable advice and the finest earthly treasures to empower clients in their financial pursuits. 

Click here to read more about how Imperial Harvest empowers our blessed clients with powerful indirect wealth treasures this seventh lunar month.

Wealth sectors at home and in the office 

In the home or office setting, wealth sectors must be activated in order for the occupants to maximize their wealth. When activated correctly, they empower occupants with abundance and prosperity in their lives. 

According to Imperial Feng Shui principles, the mountain star and water star are two groups of stars that play different roles in our lives. One of the most important verses in Imperial Feng Shui classics states that “Mountains govern benefactors, authority and harmony, while Water governs wealth, opportunities and intuition.” (“山管人丁,水管财”). From this verse, we can discern that the activation of the Water Star brings about material abundance and prosperity. 

The birthday of Di Guan Da Di makes the seventh lunar month an auspicious period to activate the indirect wealth sector (偏财位), which governs occupants’ secondary sources of income.

Activating the Water Star (Wealth Star)

With their profound eminence, Emperor Qian Long’s Imperial Feng Shui masters discerned the importance of using fine crystals to activate the water star and catalyse the spread of wealth and prosperity across the kingdom. One of the foremost advocates of Imperial Feng Shui, Emperor Qian Long liberally installed these crystals to activate the auspicious water star in and around the imperial palace. As a result, the Qing dynasty enjoyed robust economic development, consistent agricultural yield, social peace and stability. 

Today, based on Imperial Feng Shui principles, our blessed clients activate the water star in their living or work spaces with the world’s finest crystals - the same grade of crystals used by Emperor Qian Long himself. The Imperial Harvest Crystal collection is a contemporary embodiment of the Imperial Feng Shui tradition that flourished in the Qing Dynasty. It empowers our blessed clients to attain their financial goals and destinies, by ushering boundless wealth and prosperity into their homes and offices.

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The Pixiu is a cornerstone of the Imperial Harvest Mythical Creatures collection, which draws inspiration from the mythology of legendary creatures in ancient China. These are iconic symbols associated with auspicious meanings such as good fortune and prosperity. 

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According to folklore, the Pixiu is fond of water, gold, silver and other precious jewels, and consumes wealth from all directions as sustenance. However, as it has no means of excreting these, the Pixiu heralds the acquiring and retention of wealth and treasures. It also represents the heavenly manifestation of good fortune.

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In ancient China, Pixiu were commonly displayed in grand locations such as palaces and halls to ward off inauspicious Qi (陰氣) and harness auspicious Qi.

In Imperial Feng Shui, the Pixiu is one of the strongest manifestations of raw auspicious luck, and installing it in the auspicious water star sector of your home or workplace can help you attract and accumulate wealth. It also has the power to protect you from calamity and dangers. 

Golden Hall of Prosperity - Laughing Buddha’s Treasure Bag 

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The Buddha is a symbol of happiness as he enhances positive aspirations such as wealth, health, career and descendent luck. He is also almost always shown smiling or laughing, hence his nickname, the "Laughing Buddha" (笑佛). Throughout Chinese culture, he appears as a representation of contentment and abundance. 

A Laughing Buddha Crystal is a symbol of auspicious luck and abundance which bestows a plenitude of wealth, happiness and satisfaction upon its destined owner. It also revitalises the intellect and reduces tension within the environment. 

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The figurative definition of the Laughing Buddha’s Treasure Bag derives from the Laughing Buddha’s name, which literally means "cloth sack". This refers to the bag that he is conventionally depicted with as he wanders along. According to folklore, the Laughing Buddha had an open and big heart, and in time he came to be loved by many as he added the often missing lightheartedness, joy and laughter to everyday life. 

Celestial Deities - God of Wealth 

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The Imperial Harvest Celestial Deities collection depicts a series of heavenly beings with immeasurable powers. They represent the most prominent and powerful crystals in the Imperial Harvest collection. 

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Throughout history, devotees have been known to pray conscientiously and earnestly to these powerful deities, summoning good luck and prosperity upon themselves and their families. Today, the omnipotence of these deities is immortalised in Imperial Harvest’s Celestial Deities Crystals. Featuring intricate details of their unique features brought to life by Imperial Harvest’s master craftsmen, these everlasting earthly treasures are cherished as heirlooms for generations to come. 

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The God of Wealth, or Cai Shen (财神), has long been one of the most popular gods in China. Statues bearing his image can be found on the premises of businesses run by Chinese merchants across the world. Numerous temples and shrines are also dedicated to the God of Wealth.

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According to traditional Chinese beliefs, the God of Wealth is one of the most prominent symbols of prosperity, wealth and good fortune. Many rituals are held to invite him into homes to bring good fortune to its occupants. He has the ability to expand windfalls and bring luck for the year ahead, and blesses lives with unimaginable good fortune.

This seventh lunar month, seize the golden opportunity to leverage the indirect wealth blessings of Di Guan Da Di. Through a Bazi consultation, our expert consultants will share with you invaluable insights into your lifetime favourable elements, and advise you on harnessing auspicious energies by installing Imperial Harvest fine crystals at the indirect wealth sectors of your home or office.


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Imperial Harvest Celebrates the Bountiful Harvest of Li Qiu

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 06 August 2021

Estimated Reading Time: 3 mins

Li Qiu (立秋) denotes the start of the autumn season. Based on the solar calendar, Li Qiu marks the 13th of the 24 solar terms, which begins on 7th August 2021. In many parts of China, the onset of Li Qiu heralds the start of the autumn harvest. 

Cultural traditions of Li Qiu (立秋)

In ancient times, many Chinese came together during Li Qiu to celebrate the joyous season of harvest and abundance. 

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Qiu She (秋社) Autumn Prayers: On the fifth Wu (戊) stem day after the start of Autumn (立秋后第五个戊日), government officials and farmers commenced the autumn prayers to the God of Earth to express gratitude for the bountiful harvest. Prayers to the God of Earth were conducted throughout the four seasons as the ancient Chinese believed in respecting Earth as a source of shelter, food and clothing.  

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Eating Autumn Peaches (食秋桃): The ancient Chinese traditionally consumed autumn peaches during Li Qiu, keeping the seed till Chu Xi (the day before Lunar New year) when they would throw it into the stove for burning. This was believed to stave off bad health and prevent ailments related to the changing of seasons.

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Busy Autumn Fair (秋忙节): Li Qiu marked the commencement of the annual business and trade fair to welcome the busy autumn harvest. Merchants from different states gathered to offer products such as mules, horses, grain, farm machinery and cloth. Organisers would also provide entertainment like opera performances, horse races and monkey shows to attract customers. 

Imperial Traditions of Li Qiu (立秋)

In ancient Chinese history, the majority of imperial court revenue was derived from agriculture. This elevated the importance of the primary production industry, hence Li Qiu was traditionally welcomed with pomp and splendour. 

On this auspicious day, the emperor engaged in a series of elaborate rites and rituals to commemorate the beginning of harvest. Ancestral worship which incorporated sacrifices of livestock was conducted to give thanks for a bountiful harvest.

For generations, many emperors continued the celebration of Li Qiu to mark the foremost significance of the autumn harvest. 

Zhou Dynasty

During the Zhou Dynasty, Li Qiu marked an important annual pilgrimage undertaken by the emperor. On this day, he would lead an entourage of court officials to the western suburbs, where he would conduct a ceremony to welcome the start of autumn. A key part of this ceremony involved offering sacrifices to Shao Hao (少昊), one of Five Emperor Gods, as well as Liao Shou (蓐收), who governs the yield of the crops.

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Upon the emperor’s return to the palace, he would proceed to reward officials according to their merits and achievements, similar to the promotion or awards ceremonies of modern times. Prominent farmers would also present the first rice harvests to the emperor, who would assess the crop quality and give thanks through ancestor worship.   

Han Dynasty

The elaborate imperial rituals of the Zhou Dynasty remained mostly intact throughout the Han Dynasty. A large entourage of civil and military officials, led by the emperor, partook in elaborate ceremonies to welcome the arrival of autumn and its blessings of harvest. Through song and dance, these officials offered sacrifices to Shao Hao (少昊) and Liao Shou (蓐收) to usher in the abundance of the upcoming autumn harvest. Han dynasty emperors would then embark on an autumn festive hunt to provide a sacrifice to the heavens.

Song Dynasty

In contrast, the imperial commemoration of Li Qiu in the Song Dynasty took on a more sombre atmosphere. To mark the start of autumn, the emperor would lead his entourage in transplanting potted sycamore trees to designated areas within the imperial court. Upon successful relocation of the trees, officials would verbally declare the arrival of autumn. This seasonal shift was emphasized by the subsequent shedding of leaves by these trees, which provided a visual representation of one of autumn’s most iconic natural phenomena.

Imperial Harvest Celebrates the Bountiful Harvest of Li Qiu 

This Li Qiu season, Imperial Harvest pays tribute to the significance of crop harvesting to this important period in the Chinese calendar. While farmers tirelessly reap the fruits of their labour in their crop fields, Imperial Harvest works closely with reputable mines in Myanmar to harvest their rich jadeite reserves. 

In line with Imperial Harvest’s relentless pursuit of excellence, our jadeite treasures are derived from only the finest jadeite boulders. Less than 1% of all commercially available jadeite qualifies for use in our fine jadeite treasures. 

The coming-to-life of an Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Treasure

Every Imperial Harvest fine jadeite treasure is meticulously carved by master craftsmen from the centres of the finest raw jadeite boulders - the jadeite hearts. This is where the Imperial Feng Shui energies residing in the boulders are the densest and most intense. In harvesting only the most premium raw jadeite, Imperial Harvest imbues our fine jadeite treasures with the most robust Imperial Feng Shui properties. This empowers our blessed clients to pursue their aspirations with confidence and a peace of mind.

Enter a world of unlimited possibilities with our fine jadeite cabochons.

Bliss of Harvest: Temple of Heaven Edition

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The Bliss of Harvest: Temple  of Heaven edition is a tribute to the renowned Temple of Heaven - the home of Imperial Feng Shui. The five patented ring designs showcase the highest standards of Imperial Harvest craftsmanship, and raise the bar for Imperial Feng Shui jewellery.

Iconic, bold and revolutionary, The Temple of Heaven Collection pays homage to the revered Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests nestled deep within the Temple complex. It establishes new frontiers in the practice of contemporary Imperial Feng Shui, while remaining true to the core tenets of this ancient art.

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QING Collection

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With Emperor Qian Long’s patronage and encouragement, imperial jewellery of the Qing era became increasingly lavish, fashion-focused and started to take on an east-meets-west aesthetic. This shifting trend gradually also permeated mainstream jewellery of that age, which began to evolve and incorporate Western jewellery techniques such as lapidary, enameling, and inlay.

The Imperial Harvest QING Collection epitomizes the fashion and philosophy of the Qing Golden Age. Simultaneously, it expresses the natural beauty of three precious materials - gold, jadeite, and diamonds.

Our brilliantly cut diamonds which adorn the collection are a modern interpretation of the prayer bead chains that were common in the Qing Dynasty. Like the beads, the elegant fluidity of our QING Collection designs represents everlasting longevity and prosperity.

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This Li Qiu, Imperial Harvest celebrates the rich cultural festivities that accompany the eagerly-anticipated autumn harvest. Join us in welcoming the season of harvest with our Bliss of Harvest and QING Collections.


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Imperial Harvest Sandalwood - The Foremost Amplifier of Indirect Wealth Capacity

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 02 August 2021

Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins

What is Indirect wealth capacity?

Indirect wealth capacity refers to the total lifetime income potential one derives from supplementary income sources such as investments and the lottery. 

Seminal studies by Qing dynasty Imperial Feng Shui masters revealed that sandalwood balances one’s Minor Yin (少阴), which governs indirect wealth capacity. This makes Di Guan Da Di’s birthday month a highly auspicious period to acquire a prized sandalwood treasure, enhancing returns from indirect wealth sources.

The coming-to-life of an Imperial Harvest Sandalwood Treasure

Every piece of sandalwood that bears the Imperial Harvest name is derived from India Old Mountain Sandalwood trees at least 80 years of age. This is a testament to its exceptional raw quality.

The logged sandalwood is left to age and ferment at designated indirect wealth sectors. This further refines it and imbues it with auspicious indirect wealth properties. The result is a sandalwood collection that acts as a potent creator and expander of indirect wealth capacity. 

Three types of Imperial Harvest sandalwood

India Old Mountain Sandalwood (Yellow Meat)

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India Old Mountain Sandalwood (Yellow Meat) 印度老山檀香 (黄肉) is unique in that it is logged without undergoing any significant period of fermentation. It tends to smell stronger than other types of sandalwood, packing a more pervasive and pungent scent. It also bears a pleasant and faint yellow colour.

The Yellow Meat Sandalwood is a potent wealth remedy that empowers its destined owners to achieve consistent growth in their investment and trading portfolios. 

India Old Mountain Sandalwood (Red Meat)

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India Old Mountain Sandalwood (Red Meat) 印度老山檀香 (红肉) is harvested from the stems of sandalwood-producing trees before undergoing not less than 30 years of fermentation. It carries a gentle soothing fragrance, and boasts a robust iron-red colour overlaid with subtle dark hues.

The India Old Mountain Sandalwood (Red Meat) is a powerful expander of indirect wealth capacity. It is ideal for those who seek consistently high growth in their investment and trading portfolios. By forestalling wealth leakage, it brings about breakthrough growth and accumulation of wealth in their financial portfolios.

India Old Mountain Sandalwood (Black Meat)

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India Old Mountain Sandalwood (Black Meat) 印度老山檀香(黑肉) is derived from the roots of sandalwood-producing trees. With its rarity and lengthy fermentation period that stretches beyond 30 years, it is the most prestigious and sought-after type of sandalwood. It is endowed with a lasting and pleasant sweet scent, and has an appearance to match, boasting an exceptionally rich and dark resin.

The India Old Mountain Sandalwood (Black Meat) is used solely for the creation of sandalwood beads and pendants. It is dedicated to those who seek grand wealth and success in their financial portfolios, and blesses destined owners with immense indirect wealth growth.

Imperial Harvest's 108-Beads Sandalwood Collection 

Every Imperial Harvest sandalwood bead is hand-crafted and polished by master artisans from the finest raw sandalwood available. The result of this meticulous effort is a collection of simple yet elegant beads. Their exceptional fragrance and resins are carefully brought to the fore and allowed to shine. Based on Imperial Feng Shui principles, 108 beads empower blessed clients to command the universal forces to create and manifest their desired future and reality. 

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Blessed wearers of Imperial Harvest’s 108-bead sandalwood bracelet are empowered to invoke galactic forces from all 108 directions to supercharge their indirect wealth capacity. 

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108 and the astronomical distance between the Sun, Moon and Earth

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Imperial Harvest’s 108-bead sandalwood bracelet is crafted in perfect symmetry with these celestial distances. It represents the ideal wealth expander for ambitious individuals to summon indirect wealth streams from all directions, trades, and industries. 

108 governs the energy of Chakra

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The Chakras consist of the convergence of 108 energy lines. Imperial Harvest’s 108-bead sandalwood bracelet unlocks the profound energies of the Chakras. It empowers blessed wearers to unleash and maximise their indirect wealth capacities.

Imperial Harvest Sandalwood Pendants

Imperial Harvest’s sandalwood pendants are powerful creators of indirect wealth capacity. The superlative quality of our raw sandalwood makes it a fitting canvas for our auspicious motifs, which our highly-skilled craftsmen with decades of expertise painstakingly etch. Over the course of up to a year, the sandalwood’s exquisite properties are unleashed in intricate manifestations of powerful wealth-expanding deities and creatures. 

Imperial Dragon and Phoenix

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In Imperial Feng Shui, the dragon symbolizes yin while the phoenix represents yang. In unison, they form a formidable complementary pair. 

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In ancient China, emperors were revered as dragons. Their unrivalled powers were perfectly augmented by the empresses, who embodied phoenixes. The harmonious cooperation between emperor and empress garnered immense wealth, success and growth that persisted across generations.

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The pineapple is a symbol of prosperity and good fortune in Chinese culture, underscoring the grandeur of the dragon and phoenix, crowning the peerless eminence and authority of the emperor and empress. 

Guan Gong riding on Imperial Dragon

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Guan Gong was a Han dynasty general famed for his fearlessness and military prowess. From the battlefield to the boardroom, his undying commitment, indomitable spirit, and preemptive foresight remain highly pertinent to modern corporate pursuits. 

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Guan Gong’s laudable attributes are augmented by the Imperial Dragon. It is widely regarded as the foremost manifestation of wealth and power. For entrepreneurs, the Guan Gong riding on Imperial Dragon yields an abundance of benefactor support, business acumen and authority, inspiring exponential growth. 

Thousand Hand Guan Yin

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The Thousand Hand Guan Yin is one of the most formidable manifestations of Guan Yin. She is endowed with twelve heads and numerous arms. This empowers her with immense wisdom and capacity to support devotees in their personal and professional pursuits.

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The extensive reach of the Thousand Hand Guan Yin makes her a powerful source of strength and transformation. This accentuates her utmost devotion to the noble mission of blessing devotees with financial freedom and success.


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Celebrating Guan Gong's Birthday - The Business God of Wealth

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 26 July 2021

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minsCelebrating Guan Gong's Birthday

Every year, Guan Gong’s birthday falls on the 24th day of the 6th Lunar Month. This year, that happens to be on the 2nd of August 2021. An auspicious occasion, Guan Gong’s birthday is a celebration of his outstanding bravery, wisdom and tenacity. 

Widely hailed for his divine powers to bless business owners with benefactors and opportunities, Guan Gong is one of the most important deities in South East Asia. 

Guan Gong, the Business God of Wealth

During his lifetime, Guan Gong was a Chinese military general with a strong sense of loyalty and martial prowess - his impressive performance and unstoppable winning streak on the battlefield led to his eventual deification. 

A legendary figure, Guan Gong is revered throughout Imperial Chinese history as an everlasting embodiment of loyalty, bravery and foresightedness. 

A Historical Tribute to Guan Gong 

Guan Gong Statue at Yuncheng, Shanxi Province

A statue located in Yuncheng, Shanxi province - Guan Gong’s hometown where he lived for 19 years - is a large monument in tribute to his military contributions during the Three Kingdoms period. Fighting under the well-known warlord Liubei, Guan Gong led his military troops, defied the odds and overcame many formidable enemies in his decade-long military campaigns. 

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Immortalising Guan Gong’s Business Virtues

After his deification, generations of Chinese businessmen and merchants began praying to Guan Gong as the Business God of Wealth (also known as the Martial God of Wealth). They believed that his bountiful blessings would pave the way for business growth.

Business is war. Thriving in business is akin to succeeding in warfare. Acute foresight, business intuition and a powerful network of benefactors are essential for modern day business owners and sales professionals to achieve success. 

Guan Gong personifies the values of successful businessmen and sales professionals. 

Strategic Vision: Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others, enabling business owners to build future-proof business models, products and services. Guan Gong is well known for his legendary foresight and vision in devising successful military campaigns. His ability to predict the enemy’s next move is akin to businessmen’s ability to predict the upcoming market trends. This is critical for developing relevant business strategies to stay ahead of one’s competitors. 

Network: Your network is your net worth. Benefactors, partners, and customers form the cornerstone of every successful business. Guan Gong enhances the benefactor luck of business owners, enabling them to build a formidable and loyal network to scale their business.  

Team Work: An outstanding team is the secret behind common people’s uncommon success. Every successful businessman is supported by a team of driven, motivated, and talented individuals. To achieve exponential growth, every businessman needs to work with a dynamic team that leaves no stone unturned in executing every initiative to drive greater growth and success. Guan Gong enables business owners to build high-performing teams to deliver lasting business results. 

Adaptability: Adaptability is the power to transform crisis into opportunities. In turbulent times, it is businessmen who seize the first-mover advantage who are able to outdo their competitors. Guan Gong is known for his excellent ability to turn the tides in his favour, even when foraying on the enemy’s land. He empowers his devotees to see the silver lining in every situation, thereafter capitalising on them to achieve breakthrough results. 

Bravery: Bravery is critical for venturing into uncharted waters - it is the absence of fear when plunging headfirst into the unknown. Guan Gong is known for his ability to make bold decisions that secure important victories. The blessing of Guan Gong helps business owners make bold and decisive moves to secure important markets and business opportunities. 

This year, Imperial Harvest celebrates his legendary achievements - aspired to by every businessman - with the beautifully hand-crafted Fine Jadeite Guan Gong riding on Champion pendant.

Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Guan Gong riding on Champion Stallion

Guan Gong riding on Champion Stallion - the most victorious manifestation of Guan Gong -  helps to boost its destined owners’ business growth. It garners strategic support from benefactors, increases your sales and enables your meeting of influential mentors, empowering you to achieve exponential business growth. Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Guan Gong - Champion StallionThe Champion Stallion is known as Red Hare in the Romance of the Three Kingdoms. The Champion Stallion is capable of travelling a thousand miles in a single day, crossing rivers and climbing mountains as though it is moving on flat land - symbolic of business owners overcoming business challenges effortlessly. Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Guan Gong - Green Dragon SabreWielding his Green Dragon Sabre, Guan Gong also removes malefactors from its destined owner’s path of success, enabling them to overcome challenges with ease. Working towards success, free of malefactors’ obstruction, is akin to travelling on a smooth and well-maintained road without any traffic. This conducive environment means that you will be able to kickstart your business with ease, expand current operations and develop multiple streams of income.


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Enhance your Indirect Wealth with Zhong Kui and Tua Di Ya Pek

Posted by Imperial Harvest on 23 July 2021

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The Seventh Lunar Month Festival will soon be upon us, with Buddhists and Taoists around the world embarking on a series of elaborate rituals and practices.

For Taoists, a key component of Seventh Lunar Month celebrations involves commemorating the birthday of Di Guan Da Di (地官大帝), the supreme ruler of Earth who governs earthly wealth capacity (地财库) and indirect wealth luck. These celebrations culminate on the 15th day of the seventh lunar month, or Zhong Yuan Festival (中元节).

By bestowing upon devotees uncanny intuition and instinct, Di Guan Da Di empowers them to make inspired moves in the financial markets at opportune moments, enabling them to build consistently increasing investment portfolios.  With Di Guan Da Di’s oversight of indirect wealth, the seventh lunar month is a golden opportunity for Imperial Harvest’s blessed clients to enhance their indirect wealth luck (旺偏财运) by acquiring the Fine Jadeite Zhong Kui and Fine Jadeite Tua Di Ya Pek.

Zhong Kui

As a god of indirect wealth overseeing windfall sources of income, Zhong Kui’s mission involves helping devotees achieve financial success through windfalls such as clinching important contracts, closing sizable deals and even making large winnings in the lottery. Zhong Kui also smoothens devotees’ paths to achieving their financial ambitions by removing malefactors from their lives. He is revered by devotees for bestowing upon them windfall opportunities such as inspired trading decisions and lottery winnings. These sources of income are often as large as 100 times of one’s monthly income.   

The significance of windfall income for:

Business owners: Landmark deals or large contracts that constitute that elusive and long-awaited big break 

Sales professionals: High value deals that rake in sizable commissions to help one attain distinguished titles and entry to prestigious groups

Salaried career professionals: Record-breaking bonuses or profit-sharing schemes 

Other generic sources of windfall income include speculative trading (such as in FOREX and stocks) and dealings in property.

Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Zhong Kui

This seventh lunar month, Imperial Harvest honours Zhong Kui’s intelligence, foresight and achievements with the Fine Jadeite Zhong Kui pendant, which enhances your indirect wealth luck by balancing the major yin.

Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Zhong Kui

Drawing inspiration from ancient Chinese literature and illustrations of Zhong Kui, Imperial Harvest’s Fine Jadeite Zhong Kui is endowed with powerful wealth-enhancing features that not only propel destined owners toward their aspirations, but also remain true to the legend of Zhong Kui’s life story. 

Five Wealth Goblins

Five Wealth Goblins Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Zhong Kui

The five wealth goblins create powerful and massive sources of wealth, including stock trading and lottery income such as from 4D and Toto. They also attract powerful explosive opportunities, deals and inspirations for destined owners, helping them achieve massive gains and breakthroughs.

Wealth-Commanding Sword

Wealth-Commanding Sword Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Zhong Kui

This powerful tool empowers the destined owner with influence and authority at work. Wielding significant influence over key decisions allows destined owners to shape and craft their professional success. Meanwhile, being able to command authority enables one’s voice, ideas and preferences to be heard more easily, and accords increased legitimacy that comes with being a trusted leader in a particular field. 

Wealth-Fetching Chain

Wealth-Fetching Chain Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Zhong Kui

Zhong Kui’s wealth-fetching chain helps the destined owner secure lucrative opportunities, and prevents them from being disrupted by lurking malefactors. It also securely locks away the owner’s wealth to prevent leakage.

How the Fine Jadeite Zhong Kui has blessed our clients

Imperial Harvest Stories

One of Imperial Harvest’s blessed clients, Kuan Liang, works at a government agency, where he enjoys good career stability and progression. However, being the ambitious individual that he is, Kuan Liang started venturing into speculative trading in stocks and cryptocurrency. 

Unfortunately, he saw limited success and often suffered crippling losses. 

In an attempt to turn his fortunes around, Kuan Liang sought out a Classical Feng Shui master, but was told that he would continue suffering such losses as an inevitable fulfilment of his destiny. He was at a loss and desperate for a solution. 

The turning point came when Kuan Liang learnt about Imperial Harvest and the Imperial Feng Shui philosophy of helping individuals create and live out their desired destiny. He decided to schedule an appointment to learn how he could achieve long-awaited breakthroughs in his portfolio.

After a detailed session with Imperial Harvest’s expert consultants to discuss his goals and aspirations, Kuan Liang was prescribed the Fine Jadeite Zhong Kui, which is ideal for those seeking sizable windfall opportunities, especially from indirect wealth streams such as trading. 

Kuan Liang Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Zhong Kui

A few weeks after this, Kuan Liang encountered a few windfalls as a result of his timely trading decisions, and his portfolio value has now tripled from his initial outlay. He was also offered a position in a new area he had long been interested in exploring, marking a significant career breakthrough.

Tua Di Ya Pek

Tua Di Ya Pek is another wealth god who, along with Zhong Kui, governs the indirect wealth sources and success of his devotees. Specializing in investment-based sources of indirect wealth, Tua Di Ya Pek is the most closely-guarded Imperial Feng Shui secret utilised by our clients in top proprietary trading and investment management companies. He blesses devotees with auspicious indirect wealth luck to help them spot and leverage opportunities to generate large returns through investments and trade.

Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Tua Di Ya Pek

Designed with ambitious traders and investors in mind, the Tua Di Ya Pek is a lifetime luck multiplier for destined owners to grow their wealth and success through explosive increments in investment earnings. Hedge funds, private equity and fund managers looking to achieve investment breakthroughs have flourished their businesses and grown their AUM (Assets Under Management) by 5-20X in as little as 5 years.

Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Tua Di Ya Pek

Imperial Harvest pays tribute to Tua Di Ya Pek with the Fine Jadeite Tua Di Ya Pek, specially commissioned for our blessed clients to enhance their indirect wealth this seventh lunar month.

Di Ya Pek

Di Ya Pek Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Tua Di Ya Pek

Pictured in the foreground, Di Ya Pek helps destined owners achieve strong and consistent portfolio returns across different asset classes. The wealth garnering fan he wields is designed to shield the owner from market volatility, and bring massive fortunes thorough stable and consistent returns regardless of prevailing market conditions. Di Ya Pek also dons a tall hat bearing the Chinese characters “天下太平”, indicating the blessing of peace, prosperity and happiness upon all who encounter his presence. 

Tua Ya Pek

Tua Ya Pek Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Tua Di Ya Pek

Behind him, Tua Ya Pek wears a hat with the Chinese phrase “见发财” (“prosper at first sight”). This auspicious hat, along with his tablet which reads “发财”, meaning “prosper”, empowers destined owners with strong intuitive powers to spot highly profitable opportunities.

Collectively, the Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Tua Di Ya Pek is specially crafted to supercharge your indirect wealth luck, bringing you sizable returns in your investment portfolio. The intricacy of its wealth-garnering features is a testament to the superlative quality of all Imperial Harvest treasures. 

By enabling destined owners to navigate treacherous financial markets with ease, Tua Di Ya Pek generates massive and consistent growth in their financial portfolios. Even in the most volatile of financial markets, destined owners can thrive and prosper with a peace of mind. Indeed, the Fine Jadeite Tua Di Ya Pek is a lifetime luck multiplier for its destined owners to grow their wealth and success through explosive increments in investment earnings.

How the Fine Jadeite Tua Di Ya Pek has blessed our clients

Imperial Harvest Stories

Upon graduation, Hai Kim joined the then-nascent IT industry, and promptly discovered that life in this field was not a bed of roses. Despite his hard work and dedication, he found it difficult to gain opportunities and recognition, leading to his career progressing more slowly than he had anticipated.

Frustrated with the stagnation, Hai Kim consulted Master David in April 2016, when he shared his career goals and challenges. Following a detailed analysis of his Bazi chart, Hai Kim made some strategic changes as recommended, and was prescribed his first Imperial Harvest treasure, the Fine Jadeite Guan Gong Riding on Champion Stallion. It wasn’t long before Hai Kim noticed more opportunities coming his way, along with increased support from powerful  benefactors in the workplace.

Buoyed by this positive turn of events in his career, Hai Kim returned to Imperial Harvest for a review of his circumstances, and also decided to acquire the Fine Jadeite Tua Di Ya Pek to supercharge his indirect wealth luck.

Hai Kim Imperial Harvest Fine Jadeite Tua Di Ya Pek

As anticipated, the investment-boosting properties of the Fine Jadeite Tua Di Ya Pek worked like a charm, helping Hai Kim realize a 20% year-on-year increment of his portfolio's value from 2016 to 2018. His investments grew from strength to strength, and just last year yielded a 90% growth despite the volatile financial markets.

Today, Hai Kim is a Senior Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services, enjoying a thoroughly fulfilling role in an industry in which he feels at home. Having seen his life transformed by Imperial Feng Shui, he understands that luck is in fact a choice, not an immutable predestined outcome of life. Harnessing the powers of Imperial Feng Shui, we can indeed design our destiny and maximise our life potential.


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