In this page, 3 Legends are highlighted.
1. Lai Bu Yi，赖布衣, of the Song Dynasty. Many books, movies & tv shows were made about him. A little tale was an evil high ranking officer wanted him to correct his ancestor's tomb so that he were be the emperor. Lai was the emperor's feng shui adviser. After rejecting the request, Lai was setup by the officer causing him to leave the palace to escape death. Such turned out to be a blessing in disguise for the public. Many benefited from his advice.
2. Rev Hong Choon, 宏船法师. Commonly known as The Feng Shui Monk. Please refer to the Page of his name.
Long ago, I got a job to check on the feng shui of a tomb in Choa Chu Kang cemetery that he rejected. When approached by the son-in-law of the deceased Indonesian Chinese Birdnest businessman, he recommended his son to come S'pore, giving the reason of his old age. The son-in-law felt no face of not getting the grand master, he rejected his offer.
"by far the best & effective means is to engage a geomancer, to do what he says, & to pay him well"
Rev Ernest J.Eitel, 1873, London Missionary Society