Chinese Metaphysics Centre Pte Ltd is a Feng Shui company based in Singapore. The founder Andy Tan is a professional Audio Visual SI, he started his Audio Visual business in 2008 when he returned to Singapore after spending 4 years outstation in China.
Since young, Andy, had a strong interest in the Chinese Five Arts (五术) 山, 医, 命,卜, 相。 Upon stabilizing his Audio Visual business, he starts his quest in search of knowledge to fulfil his strong desire to master the Chinese Five Art. Andy had learnt from various Masters from Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. When he finally met Master Andrew Tan, from SOCM. Master Andrew Tan impart his true knowledge to all his students.
Andy also decided to further his knowledge into the religious aspects. Where he met Master Chew (周祥法) and join the Jin Yin Sect (金英教) and started his journey in the learning of Talisman, Praying, “Opening” (開光) for Feng Shui ornaments, and goddess statue etc.
With this passion, Andy decided to share his knowledge with other Feng Shui believer and decided to create this website. Singapore Feng Shui provides a platform for Feng Shui believer to learn the correct concept of Feng Shui all based on the old Chinese method (古法). Most importantly, Singapore Feng Shui is committed to providing professional and affordable services that suit your residential needs and well as businesses’ needs.
Over the years his passion has driven him in learning the various arts of Chinese Metaphysics. In the year 2019, he starts to pursue his study in Traditional Chinese Medicine, TCM (中医). Now he full-time student in SINGAPORE COLLEGE OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE (新加坡中医学院). Upon completion of the study of TCM (中医) in 2024, Andy will complete the studies of all the Chinese Five Arts (五术) 山, 医, 命, 卜, 相。
His current Chinese Metaphysics CV as of today:
- Ziping Bazi（子平八字）
- Sihua Flying Stars Ziwei（四化飞星紫微斗数）
- Talisman （符籙）
- Chinese Name Selection （姓名学）
- Date Selection （择日学）
- Meihua Divination （梅花易数）
- Qimen Dun Jia（时家奇门遁甲）
- Traditional Chinese Medicine, TCM (中医) – still studying