Feng Shui luncheon at Tacoma Convention Center

“There is a unique way to bring harmony to homes and businesses with an ancient Chinese method known as Feng Shui (Fong Shway), and an upcoming opportunity to learn all about it. On Thursday, Dr. Shan Tung Hsu, author of The Fundamentals of Feng Shui, will be at the Tacoma Convention Center to present a luncheon lecture on the mystical power of Feng Shui.The luncheon, being sponsored by the Asia Pacific Cultural Center, begins at 11:30 a.m., and is $20 for Center members and $25 for non-members. To register for the luncheon, contact Patsy Surh O’Connell at the Asia Pacific Culture Center at 253/383-8900. All Proceeds will go to the Asia Pacific Center.Feng Shui is the ancient Asian art of living harmoniously with the natural environment, thereby promoting good health, better relationships and greater prosperity. The 4,000-year-old practice combines ancient wisdom with cultural tradition. It is not a belief system or a questions of faith, but a fact of life.A native of Taiwan, Dr. Hsu is the founder of the Blue Mountain Feng Shui Institutes of Seattle and San Juan, Puerto Rico.Under the guidance of his father and many great teachers, Dr. Hsu has investigated numerous disciplines that focus on the cultivation of natural life energies, also referred to as Chi or Qi. Along with Feng Shui, Dr. Hsu has also studied Taichi, Qigong, natural healing and medication.Feng Shui can be applied anywhere to anything. Dr. Hsu will reveal how the dynamic flow of energy throughout the universe can be applied to every day surroundings to make an enormous difference in every aspect of an individual’s life.The Asia Pacific Cultural Center is a non-profit 501(c) (3) organization in Tacoma dedicated to providing a crossroads where the world community can come together and learn about traditional and contemporary Asia-Pacific cultures.The cultures of 58 Asian and Pacific Island countries will be housed in a planned $9 million, 9-story facility to be built at South Ninth Street and Broadway in Tacoma.When completed, the facility will have four floors dedicated to the cultural center, one for shops and restaurants, a plaza, and four for parking. The Center will be a source of instruction with classes, a library, a kitchen, and a community hall where musical performances and festivals can take place. Groundbreaking for the facility will be held in 2003, with plans for it to be completed in 2006. “