To this day, Gilbert Leung Kam-ho sees Tony Chan Chun-chuen as his friend and believes in fung shui - although he does not plan to pour as much money into it as he has done in the past. Despite going behind bars even after burning hundreds of thousands of dollars on Mr Chan's advice to keep himself out of jail, he said he did not feel cheated or regret knowing Mr Chan, to whom he referred as 'Bucky Teeth Ton'. 'I can't say regret, it's a particular stage in life ... the important thing is not to repeat the same mistake again,' he said outside court after testifying in the Nina Wang Kung Yu-sum probate case. 'I cherish what I have now... my life is much simpler and I do not demand too much,' the former lawmaker said. Some of Mr Chan's clients were famous people who had also burnt money and one had successfully resolved litigation with the Independent Commission Against Corruption after burning money, he said. 'I believe in fung shui, I think it is one kind of knowledge,' said Mr Leung, whose own involvement with the ICAC led him to jail for vote-buying, despite the money he burned. He also noted that Mr Chan's witness statement to the probate hearing stated that the late tycoon Wang had also burned money in ritual ceremonies. He described Mr Chan as a smart, eloquent person and knowledgeable about fung shui. Looking back at those times, Mr Leung conceded that his family members had opposed his unwavering belief in fung shui. He had once moved his sister-in-law to another branch office after Mr Chan warned him to be careful about her. He also demonstrated two ritual ceremonies that he said Mr Chan performed for him. The court heard earlier that Mr Chan had advised Mr Leung to burn 15 HK$1,000 bills every night for a year to avoid being jailed on bribery charges. But he was only willing to torch HK$100 notes, as burning HK$5 million was too much for him.