In ancient China, Feng Shui (Wind Water), the art of positioning building, graves or furniture, was believed to bring positive or negative effect to the ones' life. A seven-tier hollow Wenchang Pagoda was said to bring scholarly honor and advancement in one's career in Feng Shui practice.
In Wenchang Pagoda, 'Wen', written in Chinese pinyin, means knowledge while 'Chang' means prosperous; and when combined, a complex meaning: prosperous/profound knowledge is made. Due to the wish of enhancing the capability of ones' offspring, so many such structures were built nationwide.
However, this Feng Shui product is not only useful to those completing studies; it is reputed to bring vigilance and intelligent to working minds, creating a better business environment and outlook. It is also used to enhance health luck, due to its abilities in absorbing malevolent spirits which cause illness.