Michael Cheung Cheuk-man advises at least two people about their destiny every day. But he's not a psychic or a fortune-teller. Also known as Punchman, Cheung is a visual artist who has created a deck of cards called Punchman Cards. The artist has worked in advertising since 1987 and has won many awards. His clients include cosmetics brand Red Earth. Recently, he decided to devote more time to his own creative endeavours. The Punchman Cards, along with the 38-year-old's latest digital portraits, are on display at Fabrica Features in the exhibition Flux. As the title suggests, the exhibition is about change. The set of cards contains 16 question cards and 64 answer cards. Each card features a symbol found in the I-Ching, or Book of Changes. All cards are decorated with bizarre digital images. The user keeps a question that he has in mind. He then draws two cards from the question cards. The I-Ching symbols from the two cards form a complete answer. The user checks the symbols against the answer cards. Cheung has also taken his cards to Tokyo. He set up a stall in a flea market and did readings for people. 'Most people have similar concerns, whether they are from Japan or Hong Kong,' he said. 'They usually ask about their love life, studies or career.' A young man once asked him if he should study in Germany. The answer he got was: 'You'll need to consider other ways'. 'He was very surprised,' said Cheung. 'He told me he was actually thinking about other countries besides Germany.' Another time, a Japanese girl asked Cheung if she should change her job. The answer she got was: 'Ask your mama'. 'The girl then told me that her father had passed away. She said she would consult her mother before making any move,' Cheung said. But he emphasised that the Punchman Cards are not based on superstition. They are a tool to help people reflect on their life in a creative and light-hearted way. He said it's best to play the cards with a group of friends in a relaxed environment. 'Anyone can create their own deck of cards. There are no set rules,' he said. Cheung drew inspiration from the I-Ching and translated some of the supposedly divine statements into English. Other answers are based on his own wisdom. 'I use my past experiences and observations about life to interpret the cards for people,' he said. 'Everyone has moments when they feel lost. With these cards, I hope people can get over their troubled times by sharing their thoughts and feelings with friends.' Flux runs until July 3 at Fabrica Features, B/F Prestige Tower, 23 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui. Admission is free. Punchman Cards are available in all Benetton shops at $96. For information, call 2367 6856.