Old and new – Shopping malls, office towers and casinos across Asia draw on the principles of feng shui in their design. In Hong Kong, the entrance to HSBC's headquarters is guarded by two stone lions, traditional symbols used to protect the wealth. The building's open ground floor space also allows energy to flow freely.
Chinese compass – The beginning of the Lunar New Year, which this year began on February 10, is the busiest time for feng shui masters as clients want their "annual audit" to maximize their good fortune in the year to come.
Face reading – Fung shui master Kerby Kuek says some companies ask him to vet potential staff by looking at their photos and birth dates.
Auspicious dates – Individuals may consult a feng shui master to decide on the best date to get married, give birth or move house.
Wheel of fortune – Officials in Singapore reportedly changed the direction of the world's biggest observation wheel because feng shui masters said it was taking good fortune away from the city.
Feng shui mall – The "Elements" shopping mall in Hong Kong is designed around the five elements -- metal, wood, water, fire and earth -- that are a key part of feng shui.