Classic Chinese Almanac, Year of the Tiger 2010, by Dr. Edgar Sung
Visit any China Town worldwide and you will find around the New Year many different copies (in Chinese of course) of the yearly Almanac sometimes known as the Tung Shu. This popular publication is read by thousands of Chinese worldwide as it will give them an over view of their own Animal in relationship to the Animal of the year. Not only that it will give an over view of what kind of year it is likely to be globally. Doctor Sung covers all of these topics within this book and then goes day-by-day throughout the year indicating: the Branch and Stem for the day, the Element of the day, the Nine Star for the day, auspicious Hours, the twenty-eight Constellations, suitable activities, unsuitable activities and any clashes and their direction that may occur.
This is a vital piece of work for any Feng Shui practitioner to incorporate for advice that they give their clients. In addition it can help a practitioner decide which are good days for consultations and which directions are best suited for them to travel. In other words it can take a lot of unnecessary hassle out of your precious time.
The final section of the book is excellent as it covers more layers about the interaction of the different Branches and the different Stems as well as information on the twenty-four seasons, the Hours and a list of all the Lunar Years from 1900-2020. All the Nine Stars are also indicated from 1910-2010.
This is a very valuable tool and I highly recommend it.