A Peek Inside Lisa Tse’s Bedroom

Many top celebrities including Andy Lau (劉德華) have been known to trust feng shui masters to guide them in their careers, the most famous of them being the late White Dragon King. TVB artistes also believe it can only aid their fortunes if they follow good feng shui practices, thus opened up their homes for filming and consultation in the station’s new program, Fortune Show <天天開運王>.

In the latest episode, a peek inside Miss Hong Kong 2020 winner Lisa Tse’s (謝嘉怡) living spaces, including her bedroom were revealed. With a pragmatic and simplistic design, Lisa’s living room was decorated in neutral tones of gray and white, while home furniture was kept to a minimal with just a coffee table and television console besides the sofa. She also has a pair of cute dalmatians.

Previously revealing her dream of buying a home in Hong Kong, the 25-year-old’s bedroom reflected the same minimal décor and featured a full-sized bed, but it was her personalized blanket which caught viewers’ attention. The cozy blanket was printed with heartwarming photos of Lisa in her childhood days and photos of her mother and her.

When prompted by host Crystal Fung (馮盈盈) for comment, the geomancer pointed out that the color of Lisa’s bedsheets was less than ideal, and recommended red, pink and purple as her auspicious hues.

He also commented on the foliage plant or money tree which was placed beside her bed, adding that such plants are not usually placed in the bedroom since it might affect sleep quality. Hearing this, Lisa moved the money tree out to the living room with help from the crew.

In addition, Lisa’s bedroom window had a large set of metal security gates, which the geomancer said makes the room feel very caged like a prison. He advised the gates to be opened in the day time for better energy flow.

Source: On.cc

This article is written by JoyceK for JayneStars.com.

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  1. The pandemic is sparking a slew of feng shui programs in Hong Kong! Aside from “Fortune Show” there is also Mak Ling Ling’s “Master’s Talk”.

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