The latest fashion in pseudo-oriental arts is apparently 'Fengami' - a cross-pollination of Feng Shui and the ancient art of paper folding. Proponents of this latest craze explain that it combines the principals of Feng Shui - the tradition of placing buildings, objects and furniture in such a way that they channel 'positive energy' - and the disciplines of origami. The 'Centre for Spiritul Enlightenment' in Totnes is the first place in the country to offer courses on the art, and for a fee of £12.50 you can sign up for a series of eight evening classes.
In lesson one, you will be taught how to fold a coffee table.
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