Chinese Medicine for Health: Holistic Healing, Inner Harmony and Herbal Recipes
by Hong Hai, Karen Wee, Soh Shan Bin
“Chinese Medicine for Health is a rare find. Firstly, it is not easy to find a good TCM book written in English. Secondly, the authors have made the complexity and critical foundational concepts of TCM easy to understand and very readable. The yangsheng养生 principles and delicious herbal recipes shared in the book will serve well seniors in their pursuit of total wellness and longevity.”
“This is an extensively researched book on TCM written with great care and consideration, in clear and simple language. I especially like the chapter on Yangsheng (The Art of Cultivating Life), which is in line with Healthier SG in promoting wellness through physical, mental and spiritual health. The aim is to incorporate these principles into our lifestyle by combining Western ideas and Chinese wisdom into the art and science of living a balanced life. This should serve as our fundamental approach to health and disease prevention.”
Principles of Chinese Medicine:
A Modern Interpretation (2nd edition)
by Hong Hai
“This is a book which should not be missed by anyone with an interest in Chinese medicine.”
“A fascinating book with special implications for medical professionals evaluating TCM as a genuine science and therapeutic armamentaria.”
Yu Rencun was Honorary Director and Professor at the Beijing Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He was trained in Western medicine before undergoing an extensive course in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). He has been engaged in cancer research for over 50 years and has treated numerous cancer patients in China and various parts of Southeast Asia.
He has been Advisor to the Oncology Committee of the Chinese Association for the Integration of Traditional and Western Medicine and the Singapore Thong Chai Medical Institution. For his outstanding contributions to cancer treatment and TCM, Professor Yu has been awarded over 20 prizes by the China Ministry of Health and the Beijing Municipal Government. Professor Yu continues to treat cancer patients in China and Singapore.