Grand Master Yap Cheng Hai had over 50 years of experience in Feng Shui. Although he was primarily known as the Grand Master in Feng Shui, he was equally experienced in Chinese medicine, especially in martial arts, Wu Shu, Qi Gong, metaphysics, palmistry, and philosophy.
The reputation of Grand Master Yap Cheng Hai, as a master of Feng Shui, dates back to 1990, when the science of Feng Shui began to grow, to become known worldwide.
As early as 1960, the Grand Master had applied his knowledge of Feng Shui to family and friends. As his reputation grew, the Grand Master became a feng shui consultant for private clients and corporations around the world.
Grand Master Yap Cheng Hai is the one who made the science of Feng Shui known, not only in Chinese but also in English, to be accessible to everyone worldwide and led all his students on this path.
This start was in the early 1960s in London, long before the science of Feng Shui caught the attention of the whole world.
His in-depth and transmitted knowledge of this science is still considered to be far above that of other Feng Shui Masters, even if he is no longer alive. During his lifetime, the Grand Master shared his knowledge, information about Feng Shui and other Feng Shui Masters, including even Feng Shui speaker and author Lilian Too, who listened to his advice when he wrote his first books.
Grand Master Yap Cheng Hai also created a form of Qi Gong, known as Yan Shou Gong and literally translated as martial arts for longevity. It is a combination of movements made to help busy people enjoy the benefits of health.
The Grand Master has four children who were the most trusted assistants in his Feng Shui or Qi Gong lessons and who now make these sciences known, as did their father. Children – Boh Heong, Boh Hian, Hwee Boon, and Boh Chu were among his first students who also became successful Feng Shui Masters. These four children of the Grand Master represent the future and continuity of his work.
Currently, Grand Master Yap Cheng Hai is no longer alive.