The Hong Kong government has been boosting local compensation for poor feng shui in recent years. The ancient Chinese art of feng shui involves positioning objects and arranging spaces to create harmony with their surroundings. Millions of dollars have been spent by the government on feng shui experts in an effort to enhance positive impacts and improve the city’s energy flow.Since ancient times, feng shui has been practised in Hong Kong, and as the city has grown increasingly congested and stressful, so has its appeal. Many locals think that feng shui can help them have luck and a better quality of life.To determine which regions of the city require improvement, the administration has been consulting with feng shui professionals. In a few instances, the government has demolished structures that were deemed unlucky and paid the owners compensation for their losses.Some people applaud the government’s attempts to improve the city’s feng shui, while others criticise them because they feel that the money would be better spent on other initiatives. However, the administration seems dedicated to enhancing the feng shui of the city and creating a more peaceful environment to live in.