Naim organises talk on Feng Shui today
Dato Master Koh is giving a talk on Feng Shui for 2018
MIRI: The public is invited to ‘Chinese Feng Shui Guide 2018’ to find out what is in-store in the Year of the Earth Dog.
Organised by Naim Land Sdn Bhd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Naim Holdings Bhd, one of Malaysia’s leading developers and contractors, the event will be held today (Feb 3) from 2 to 4pm at Naim Clubhouse located within its Naim South Lake, Permyjaya.
Naim’s regional head of sales and marketing, Miri region, Alice Ting said they have invited the renowned Feng Shui master, Dato Master Koh to speak at this event.
“Those who attend the talk would also stand the chance to win exciting prizes. As seats are limited we urge all to act fast,” she said.
Ting added that guests can also take the opportunity to find out more about exciting housing developments within Naim South Lake, Permyjaya.
“Do find out how our developments can add value to your investments and wealth enhancement in the Year of the Earth Dog,” she added.
Dato Master Koh is a well-known Feng Shui master who has more than ten years experience is highly sought after.
“Feng Shui is based on the Chinese philosophical system of harmonising everyone with the surrounding environment, in the belief that everything is interconnected. As such, the art and science of Feng Shui recommends how we can live in harmony with the environment and is frequently consulted for issues such as better living or even wealth enhancement. In fact, more and more people seek Feng Shui advice to buy properties which suit their personal dynamics,” Koh explained.
“For the talk, I will be touching on various areas such as the overall Feng Shui for 2018, Chinese zodiac predictions and Feng Shui home decorating ideas,” he added.
For more information, please call 085-491000 (Miri Sales Gallery), 013-8337873 (Esther), log on to www.naimproperties.com.my or facebook at Naim Properties, or visit the Naim Miri Sales Gallery at first floor of Permy Mall, Bandar Baru Permyjaya.
Source: The Borneo Post, February 3, 2018, Saturday