Year of the Ox: What A Feng Shui Master Taught Me About Battling Fan Tai Sui

Year of the Ox: What A Feng Shui Master Taught Me About Battling Fan Tai Sui

Doris Lam, Tatler Hong Kong – 18 February 2021

Fan tai sui is a superstition in Chinese astrology that sees people turning ages 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72, 84, 96 and 108 experience a year of bad luck when their animal sign is circled back to in the Chinese zodiac cycle. The author of this article in Tatler Hong Kong is scheduled for some fan tai sui this year, and so she decided to visit a Feng Shui Master for some advice on minimising her bad luck.

Find out what advice he had here.


Tai Sui Clash Explained

If you would like some more insight into this influence within Chinese astrology, watch this video below that explains in more depth the tai sui clash in the year of the Metal Ox and which zodiac signs will be obstructing the tai sui.

缘中秀风水命理 – 彭崧華大师Yuan Zhong Siu

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