Much of Jenny's interest and knowledge of feng shui is gained by working alongside her father, Master Liu Chi-Jen, a professional feng shui consultant and renowned expert on Asian mystical culture. In broadening her education on the subject, Jenny has an architectural background with a Bachelor's degree in Environmental Design at UC Berkeley and has done extensive research which led to a Master's thesis on feng shui as it relates to sustainable design at the School of Arts and Architecture at UCLA. She is presently writing a book on feng shui.
Her goal is to share her knowledge internationally as she believes that by giving people the opportunity to learn how to create an environment based on the laws of nature, we can begin to promote individual well-being which ultimately leads to the benefit of mankind on a global scale. By revealing the natural order as written in the Yi-Jing, or Book of Changes, we can understand why certain things occur, how to avoid the bad and enhance the good. In this way, we can reorganize our priorities to overcome personal and eventually universal economic, health, and environmental problems.