Category Archives: East-West Perspectives

Preservation of Health in Winter, Nourish the Kidney First

Preservation of Health in Winter,Nourish the Kidney First冬季养藏,补肾为先! Winter is the season of kidney. According to “The Yellow Emperor’s Internal Classic” (Huangdi Neijing): “The kidney is the foundation of sealed preservation, the place of essence.” Preserving both innate essence and … Continue reading

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Traditional Chinese Medicine Organ Times and Meridian System

Traditional Chinese Medicine Organ Times and Meridian System –-Their Applications in Health and Wellness Practice An Overview The meridian system is a key concept of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), but understandings of the energetic body are shared by many cultures. It … Continue reading

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Introduction to TCM Wellness Practice in Winter

Compiled by Kevin W CHEN According to Chinese lunar calendar it is the festival of starting winter today (立冬 November 7, 2021). In the agriculture society it is officially winter season. So what should we do differently in terms of … Continue reading

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Introducing the Latest Breakthrough in Cancer Therapy — YOU!

[Method of Self-Healing] Introducing the Latest Breakthrough in Cancer Therapy — YOU! Kevin W Chen, Ph.D. MPH        Cancer continues to be one of the leading causes of death around the world, and we are far away from … Continue reading

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Introduction to Feng-yuan Bao & His Emotional-Release Therapy

[East-West Perspectives] Introduction to Feng-yuan Bao and His Emotional-Release Therapy with Mind-Wisdom Energy Update in July 2019   Teacher Feng-yuan Bao, the founder of Mind-Wisdom Energy (which has been very popular in China), has created the Emotional-Release Therapy (ERT — … Continue reading

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An Unforgettable Memory in Ennova Health Tour

[East-West Perspectives] An Unforgettable Memory in Ennova Health Tour Ping Yang I am a fresh employee in Ennova Health Management, which is a Chinese company having positioned itself with the role of providing “preventive treatment” (treating diseases before their onset), … Continue reading

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1st International Symposium on Bigu-Health Preservation

[Conference Update] The First International Symposium on Bigu-for-Health Preservation    The First International Symposium on Bigu-for-Health Preservation (BHP) will be held June 8-10, 2017 at Beijing. The purpose of the symposium is to bring together researchers from the world to … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Chen Jinao

[East-West Perspective 东西方之观点] Chen Jinao — An Introduction By Alan Sims While looking downstairs in a Chinese bookstore in Flushing Queens N.Y., I happened to notice a book that I had previously seen. It was written by Chen Zi Ming, … Continue reading

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The Virtue of Patient Care

[East West Perspective 东西方之观点] The Virtue of Patient Care by Gary Greer   Technological advances in health care has led to a common belief that physicians tend to detach themselves from their patients.[i]  As a result, a paradigm shift from … Continue reading

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Yin, Yang, and Work Life Balance

[East-West Perspective] by Peter Morgan The typical soloist is a master of Yang, i.e. hard work, striving and making things happen. But what about Yin, and the magic, ease, flow and balance it offers? Most of us recognize the Yin-Yang symbol. The … Continue reading

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