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Feng shui is a traditional Chinese practice of arranging your environment to improve your life. A panel talks about why the West fell in love with feng shui despite widespread skepticism.
- Angi Ma Wong feng shui expert and author of "Feng Shui Do's and Taboos" (Pacific Heritage Books)
- Patricia Dane Rogers staff writer and "Eye on Design" columnist for the Washington Post Home section
- Annie Pane founder of East Coast Feng Shui
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