Dr Hong Hai
Dr Hong Hai has been registered TCM practitioner since 2003. He previously served as a member of the TCM Practitioners Board and Chairman of its Academic Committee, and was an executive council member of the Academy of Chinese Medicine. His doctoral work at the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine and London University focused on relating TCM principles to biomedical science.
Currently Prof Hong is an Adjunct Professor at Nanyang Technological University, he is also an author or co-author of several books on TCM including
- Principles of Chinese Medicine: A Modern Interpretation
- Cancer Management with Chinese Medicine
- Pursuing the Elixir of Life: Chinese Medicine for Health
Prof Hong Hai’s principal clinical areas are health cultivation, active ageing, internal medicine, acupuncture and complementary treatments for cancer and chronic illnesses.
Physician Karen Wee
Physician Karen Wee graduated from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine (BUCM) in 2010 with degrees in biomedical sciences as well TCM.
Karen has special interest in:
- Internal Medicine
- Women’s and Children’s Health
- Child Tuina
- Health Cultivation
Karen has taught TCM courses at SUSS, Renhai, and the Confucius Institute and was a past President of NTU’s Chinese Medicine Alumni Association.
Physician Soh Shan Bin
After graduating with degrees in biomedical science from NTU and in TCM from BUCM in 2010, Shan Bin trained at the Tianjin University of Chinese Medicine with a concentration on cardiovascular diseases for a Master’s degree.
Shan Bin is experienced in multiple aspects of Chinese Medicine and with a primary clinical concentration in:
- Cardiovascular Diseases
- Gastrointestinal Disorders
- Management of Chronic Diseases such as hypertension and diabetes
Shan Bin taught TCM courses at the Renhai Clinic and the Confucius Institute.