THE BACKGROUND OF 2 “BODY GUARD” OF GUANGZHOU 广州左青龙右白虎之历史北景
Portuguese merchants settled in Macau and governed themselves since the time of the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644 AD), first establishing a foothold in 1535, though Portugal’s involvement was only formalized by the Qing Dynasty in 1749. Following the First Opium War and the Treaty of Nanking, the emboldened Portuguese Governor made an attempt to govern the Chinese citizens of Macau, by expelling Qing authorities on Macau in 1846, but the Governor was assassinated. After the Second Opium War, the Portuguese government, along with a British representative, signed the Sino-Portuguese Treaty of Peking that gave Portugal sovereignty over Macau, with the caveat that Portugal would cooperate with anti-smuggling efforts against opium. The transfer of sovereignty of Macau from the Portuguese Republic to the People’s Republic of China (PRC) occurred on 20 December 1999.
The transfer of the sovereignty of Macau was a significant historical event in Macau, as it returned Macau to the People’s Republic of China. Because the transfer and the idea of one country, two systems were considered to be successful, the Macau Special Administrative Region, the Legislative Assembly and the Judiciary were all put into practice accordingly under the regulation of the Basic Law.
Hong Kong’s territory was acquired from three separate treaties: the Treaty of Nanking in 1842, the Treaty of Beijing in 1860, and The Convention for the Extension of Hong Kong Territory in 1898, which gave the United Kingdom the control of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon (area south of Boundary Street), and the New Territories (area north of Boundary Street and south of the Shenzhen River, and outlying islands), respectively. Although Hong Kong Island and Kowloon had been ceded to the United Kingdom in perpetuity, the control on the New Territories was a 99-year lease. The transfer of sovereignty over Hong Kong from the United Kingdom to the People’s Republic of China, referred to as ‘the Return’ or ‘the Reunification’ by the Chinese and ‘the Handover’ by others, took place on 1 July, 1997. The event marked the end of British rule, and the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong to China.
THE FENG SHUI IMPLICATION OF 2 GUANGZHOU WATER MOUTH BODY GUARDS
- Hong Kong is “Part of “ the Left Dragon and Macau is the Right Tiger of Guangzhou in Macro View
- Hong Kong and Macau are the Water Mouth Guardians to Metropolitan of Guangzhou
- The Western Occupation onto 2 Water Mouth Guardians Symbolized The Kipnapped of Guangzhou’s Sovereignty.
- From then moment onwards, China suffered from The century of humiliation (simplified Chinese: 百年国耻)
The century of humiliation (simplified Chinese: 百年国耻; traditional Chinese: 百年國恥; pinyin: bǎinián guóchǐ), also referred to as the century of national humiliation of China, the hundred years of humiliation, and similar permutations, during 19th – 20th century, the darkest ages to China in their thousands years of history.
- Modern China only starts to recover in 21st century , especially after the RETURN of Hong Kong and Macau.
- The Return of Hong Kong & Macau to China, signifies the recovery of 2 Body Guards.
- China is the Only Country Insists on Unification of Nation Due to Feng Shui Consideration…..
- If India would have to understand Feng Shui and its implications like China；today, India may not be facing the competition from Pakistan.
- Therefore, China could never compromise the Independence of Taiwan.
- The unification of nation concept of China is purely due to feng shui in term of national security.