Bazi, or “Eight Characters”, is one of several Chinese systems of reading one’s birth information, and refers to the four pairs of Chinese characters that are based on the year, month, day and hour of birth. Each pair of characters comprises the Stem (upper) and Branch (lower) characters. There are a possible sixty pairs, derived from a sexagenary system of marking time.
This talk will provide an introduction to the concepts fundamental to the interpretation of these eight characters and their interrelations by virtue of their position in the birth chart.
About the speaker – Lucien
Lucien joined Mensa Singapore in 1992 but was subsequently distracted by his curiosity in Chinese metaphysics.
Date: 19th October, Saturday
Time: 3pm – 5pm
Fee: Free for Member and 1 Guest. Subsequent guest is charged at $5 per pax.
Venue: Chinese Success Media (inside action room), Bain Street #04-41, Bras Basah Complex, Singapore 180231