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I. M. Pei 貝聿銘 - Chinese American architect with recognition, wealth and longevity.

Sunday, 2 June 2019
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Ieoh Ming Pei 貝聿銘, commonly known as I. M. Pei, was a Chinese American architect.

I.M. Pei was a Chinese-American architect who had a net worth of $150 million dollars at the time of his death in 2019

I.M. Pei is best known for his modern architecture in buildings like the John F. Kennedy Library in Boston, the National Gallery of Art East Building, the Louvre Pyramid in Paris, the Bank of China Tower in Hong Kong, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, and the Museum of Islamic Art in Doha. He was the head of I.M. Pei & Associates, I.M. Pei & Partners, Pei Cobb Freed & Partners, and Pei Partnership Architects.

 I.M.Pei八字 BaZi Four Pillars of Destiny Patt Chee


I. M. Pei's first major recognition came with the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Colorado (designed in 1961, and completed in 1967). His new stature led to his selection as chief architect for the John F. Kennedy Library in Massachusetts.

1967丁未 with fire formation was a strong fire year.


One of his only "failures" was the John Hancock Tower in Boston. As the building was nearing completion in 1973, sheets of glass suddenly started popping out of the facade. The issue was ultimately determined to be the fault of the glass company, not Pei's design but the controversy temporarily damaged his firm's reputation and finances. Years later he would admit that his company was nearly bankrupted by the lawsuits. The facade was fixed and the building ultimately won many awards.

1979, 1989

I. M. Pei won a wide variety of prizes and awards in the field of architecture, including the AIA Gold Medal in 1979, the first Praemium Imperiale for Architecture in 1989

1979 己未 another 未 year when fire is strong.
1989 己巳 year where fire was strong.


In 1983, I. M. Pei won the Pritzker Prize, sometimes called the Nobel Prize of architecture.

1983 癸亥 year another year with strong fire.


I. M. Pei won the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in 2003.

2003 癸未 another 未 year.

Now we can conclude that fire 印卩 is his most useful Ten Gods (喜用神).

Students, you must try to figure out the hour pillar which make fire 印卩 is his most useful Ten Gods (喜用神). This hour pillar is able to provide him with recognition, fame, wealth and long life.

Personal life

I.M.Pei's wife of over seventy years, Eileen Loo, died on 20 June 2014. Together they had three sons, T'ing Chung (1946–2003), Chien Chung (b. 1946) and Li Chung (b. 1949), and a daughter, Liane (b. 1960). T'ing Chung was an urban planner and alumnus of his father's alma mater MIT and Harvard. Chieng Chung and Li Chung, who are both Harvard Graduate School of Design alumni, founded and run Pei Partnership Architects. Liane is a lawyer. Pei celebrated his 100th birthday on 26 April 2017.

財 represents Pei’s wife and 財 always closely accompany 官 in Pei’s BaZi chart. 官 represents his career.

Pei died in Manhattan on 16 May 2019, at the age of 102. I.M. Pei was a Chinese-American architect who had a net worth of $150 million dollars at the time of his death in 2019 according to


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