Grand Master Chan Kun Wah

Master Chan Kun Wah grew up near Hong Kong. He met his Master, Grand Master Chue Yen and followed him through the mountains of China for two years, learning only yin and yang, from observing the natural environment.

By the time he was in his early twenties he had grown to understand many different disciplines of Feng Shui, mainly from first-hand experiences and adventures with his Master.

Master Chan married and moved overseas to the United Kingdom, at the express wishes of his Master.

He diligently practiced and improved his Feng Shui, while bringing up two girls and working as a restaurateur.

At fifty years old he opened the Imperial School of Feng Shui and Chinese Horoscopes in Edinburgh.

Master Chan began teaching the two-year Vocational training course. The curriculum developed and he taught advanced courses to his post-graduate students.

The school trained Chue Style Feng Shui teachers and culminated in offering ‘Masters’ examinations. In 2006, after four of his direct students passed their ‘Masters examination, Master Chan was promoted. His new title being, Grand Master Chue Yan Chan Kun Wah!
Grand Master Chan is a gentle man who looks very youthful for his age! He is tall, softly spoken and humble in his manners. He lives and breathes his work and takes the responsibility of his work very much to heart.

In 2006 he published his first book on the 64 Hexagrams. He is a true scholar and is in the process of writing several more books. This Chue Style Feng Shui information will be his legacy.

He wishes to share and pass on his knowledge to his Feng Shui family for future generations to enjoy, research and develop.