Date: Saturday, 19 May 2018

Time: 10am - 11.30am

Venue: Casuarina Room

Min. to Start: 15 participants

Max. Participants: 30 participants

Closing Date: Saturday, 5 May 2018

FREE(Senior Member)
$3 w/GST (Member)
$5 w/GST (Guest)

Built on a foundation of more than 2,500 years of Chinese medical practice and experience, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) can certainly be a good alternative to Western medicine. This talk will let you gain insights on how TCM can restore your health and treat certain chronic conditions. You’ll also be learning about the appropriate use of food and herbal supplements, delicious herbal recipes, the benefits of Chinese exercises like Qigong and Taijiquan, and how to use acupressure points at home to relieve pain.

About the Speakers

Prof Hong Hai

Qualified as a physician in 2003, Prof Hong Hai is the Adjunct Professor at NTU, a Senior Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Studies, and Director of the Renhai Clinic (TCM). He previously chaired the Government Parliamentary Committee on Health and was part of the academic committee of the TCM Practitioners Board, and has even published four books on TCM. He is currently an advisory board member of the Academy of Chinese Medicine, Singapore.


Ms Karen Wee graduated from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) with an honours degree in biomedical science and also earned a degree in Chinese medicine at the prestigious Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. She has a special interest in herbal medicine and its use for nutritious and delectable herbal recipes. She has taught TCM courses at SUSS, Renhai and the Confucius Institute, and was a past President of the NTU Chinese Medicine Alumni Association. She practises at the Renhai Clinic.

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