About Me

I am a registered pharmacist and a qigong therapist/instructor based in Penang, Malaysia. I am also the representative of the Federation of Malaysia Zhineng Qigong Societies to the Traditional & Complementary Medicine Division of the Malaysia Ministry of Health.
I started practising Zhineng Qigong in 1997 because of a knee injury which the physician said needed surgery. I spent 15-20 minutes a day practicing Wall Squats and a little Lift Qi Up half-heartedly and the knee somehow turned better miraculously… In early February 1999, I had a severe renal colic and was rushed to the hospital in the middle of the night. I had a surgery to remove the stag-horn in the left kidney. The surgeon told me that the filtration function of the left kidney had probably gone down to only 10% and if it could recover to 30% six months later then it would be great. He added one extra sentence: “Don’t worry, one kidney is good enough for you to live up to a hundred.” Well, I was wondering – if one kidney would give me a hundred, if I had both then I should get 200, right? I started reading Dr Pang’s books and started practicing seriously in the hospital.
On July 1999, I started Island Zhineng Qigong Centre. I had a radioactive kidney function test 6 months after the surgery and the surgeon was shocked to learn that the function had gone back to 95%. He said it must have been a mistake and asked me to redo it. I refused, the procedure cost a bomb and the room was extremely cold.
In 2000, I started to conduct various Upgrading and Teacher Training Classes, as well as, started to give public lectures on Zhineng Qigong and published the Elementary Guide to Zhineng Qigong. In 2005, I started qigong healing service at my pharmacy. Some patients are confused whether this is a pharmacy or a qigong clinic. In the same year, I was invited by the Chi Neng Institute to teach in The Netherlands. Subsequently I also taught for the Chi Neng Institute Sweden and was invited by the Haola Qigong group to teach in Germany and Austria. Currently, I am planning to run a qigong clinical trial on asthmatics with a local university here.
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50 Responses to About Me

  1. Ivana says:

    Do you have any kind of contact info from Dr Pang Ming? I was trying to find something in order to contact him and discuss, but cannot seem to find anything.

    • Kean Hin says:

      Sorry, I have no contact with Dr Pang. As far as I know Dr Pang is in retirement for now. Anyway all his teachings are already in his books.

  2. cl yee says:

    Laoshi Ooi,
    May I know where is your pharmacy in Penang? Thank you.
    Fr: cl yee

  3. cl yee says:

    Laoshi,
    Do you still provide qigong healing and how much do you charge per session? Thank you.

  4. Irene says:

    laoshi,
    after reading d testimonies of d patients u hv, cured, i am really confident dat u can help shrink d tumour i had > 6 yrs. ago.
    location:behind knee. mri shows d tumour grows on d nerves so unable to operate due to high risk. d name of d tumour is swanoma cyst. it grows v slowly n will block d veins, dr. said.
    i have seek help fr.many traditional physicians n had been taking chinese medical herbs for > 5 yrs.,but d tumour still wont shrink.

    pls. advise, as i am v worried abt my condition day by day.hoping 2hear fr.u soon

    tq.

    • Kean Hin says:

      where do you live? is it possible for you to come to my office in Penang?

      • Irene says:

        am staying in gelugor, pg. may i know where is ur office? am working till 10pm every day except sat. n sun.wod appreciate if u could help me seriously.

  5. Kean Hin says:

    my office address: Farmasi United (MCare), F-8, Rifle Range Flats, 11400 Penang. You can see me on Monday 28 Jan (public holiday) around 10.30am (you might have to wait a while though) or next Saturday morning.

  6. sathi says:

    good evening..i need your number…i would like to make an appointment with you.

  7. Steven says:

    Hexiang Zhuang Qigong and Zhineng Qigong are 2 different forms of qigong with 2 different names 😉

  8. Daniel says:

    Hello. I’m from Argentina. I practice ZQ in my country, but unfortunately the level we have here is very low, the forms are diferent from what I learnt from your books. I´d would like to ask you where
    cuould I go to get a certification in ZQ. I must tell the cost is something to consider for my.
    I want to thanks you a lot for the clarity of you work!
    Daniel.

  9. Daniel says:

    how can I get some more information about the courses?

  10. Fred Delameilleure says:

    Dear friends, since 1996 I wrestle with severe chronic pain in my neck and chest due to emotional trauma and high sensitivity. I wish to know very urgently some SIMPLE exercises to do in order to resolve this trauma. Can anyone help me please?
    Thanks,
    warme regards,
    Fred Delameilleure
    BELGIUM

    • Kean Hin says:

      Hi, It is not possible to tell what is your source of problem without taking a look at you. If you are interested in distance therapy, please write tome directly at okhpen@gmail.com

      Best,
      Ooi Kean Hin

  11. Melanie says:

    Do you know how I can find Dr. Pang’s books? They seem to be out of print in the USA. Thank you so much for spreading the knowledge of Zhineng Qigong!

  12. GC Teoh says:

    May I ask if u still conduct zhineng qigong classes and if so where please? Thank u.

    • Kean Hin says:

      Yes, we hold elementary classes at Tong Sian Primary School, Jalan Dato Keramat, Penang on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
      Our qigong therapist courses are run at a different venue.

  13. Franky says:

    Where you run the qigong therapist courses? What is the differences between the 2? who can join the qigong therapy course?

  14. Willy says:

    What qigong practise is good for the kidney.

  15. roz says:

    Dear Kean Hin. I have gone thru few months of reading regarding Zhineng Qigong. I am myself a cancer patient and also looking for help. It is sad to know that so many people all over the world are cashing in on Prof Pang Mings teaching and research while he is not allowed to show his face to the world,,,,the creator of Zhineng.It is normal that people should be allowed to make money from what they learn, but some have gone out of line. I appreciate your page. I hope I can call you

    • Kean Hin says:

      Yes, you can call me. However please note that I am in Malaysia.. so please make sure you do not call in the middle of the nite.

  16. MO says:

    I have a friend who suffered a mild stroke on her right brain. I would like to know whether are you in Penang and could help remove her clogged blood in the right brain,

  17. ollie says:

    What qigong helps best to cure tinnitus/ringing ears?

    • Kean Hin says:

      In our view, there are 2 major forms of tinnitus. It is difficult to comment without having a look.
      Anyway, practice correctly, qigong exercises will improve the general health.

  18. Nicole says:

    I’m in my 20’s now and I’m suffering from hair loss especially around the crown. Can qi gong help to restore hair growth?

    • Kean Hin says:

      Sorry for the extremely late reply. We have handled some cases of hair-loss but it is not possible to suggest anything without having a look at you to ascertain the cause. We provide distance consultation through video Skype. If you are interested, email: okhpen@gmail.com

  19. Dear Kean Hin, it seems often said (mostly by people who do weight training) in the West that it’s unsafe to have the lower back curving outwards during a squat, but to instead curve it inwards (so the bum sticks out) or have it straight at least. In Zhineng Qigong I was taught to bend it outwards. Could you please clarify if there’s a safety issue with how you curve the back during the squat?

    Many thanks
    Patrick

  20. Elvira` says:

    Hello,
    I’m working in an International school in Penang and we’re doing a Mental Health Week at the end of September. I was wondering if you’re able to perhaps give a short talk about how Qi Gong is suitable for all ages and can help adolescents manage their stress/anxiety/depression. Also perhaps you can do a short Qi Gong session with some students?

    If it’s possible, do get in touch with me. Thank you!

    • Kean Hin says:

      Please provide info on date, time, venue and the age-group.
      We are preparing to start a i-Therapy clinical trial with a school at the end of September, pretty tight schedule.

      Thanks for the invitation.

      E: okhpen@gmail.com
      WhatsApp: +6016-4511103

  21. Sarat says:

    Dear Kean,

    I would like to learn Zhineng Qigong. Can you point to the right books. I want to have complete series from Level 1 to Level 3. It seems not all of Dr.Pang’s books have been translated to english. I am looking for Dr Pang’s books or direct translations. Thank you

  22. Yen says:

    Hi KH,
    May I know what’s the main difference between medical qi gong and zhineng qi gong?

    Zhineng qi gong suitable for who?
    Thanks
    Yen

    • Kean Hin says:

      As far as I know, medical qigong is a form of qigong mainly for healing purposes. However, healing is just an incidental part in Zhineng qigong.

      Zhineng qigong is much more than healing, perhaps we can say that it is like Walmart or Tesco, you can get anything you want, be it a pen knife or a electric saw.

      Walmart/Tesco are suitable for most people because they can to pick what they want 😉

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  25. Linda Chong says:

    Hi Master Kean Hin, I would like to learn Zi Gong from the very basic. Do you have any beginner class for someone like me who has no experience at all in Zi Gong?
    Thanks,
    Linda

  26. Tricia LOH says:

    Good day Master Kean Hin. My name is Tricia Loh and I am the Head of Sales of the Penang Convention & Exhibition Bureau (PCEB). I am in contact with the International Health Qigong Federation in bid to put up the International Health Qigong Tournament & Exchange in Penang. This tournament had never been held in Malaysia and we think it is the an imminently important time now to promote Qigong to Malaysians. I would like to check if I work on this together with you to bring the tournament to Malaysia

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