- Registered Pharmacist
- Qigong Therapist/Instructor
- Representative of Federation of Malaysia Zhineng Qigong Societies
- Representative of Traditional & Complementary Medicine Devision of the Ministry of Health (Malaysia)
Back in 1997, I suffered a knee injury which required surgery to fix. Reluctant to took the surgery I started practicing Zhineng Qigong by moderately spending 15-20 minutes a day doing Wall Squats and Lift Qi Up. My knee turned better miraculously after a few session.
In early 1999, I had a severe renal colic and was rushed to the hospital in the middle of the night. A stag-horn was removed from my left kidney through surgery. I was told that the filtration function of my left kidney had gone down to only 10% and it would be great news to have it recovered by 30% after six months. My surgeon suggested that I could live up to a hundred even with one kidney. Feeling unsatisfied, I started reading Dr Pang’s books and practicing seriously in the hospital. This incidence was a wake up call to me.
Few months later after rigorously training, I went back to my doctor for a kidney function test. My doctor was shocked to learn that my left kidney has recovered by 95%. I was asked to redo the test as he feared it might be a mistake but I refused as it was costly.
In 2000, deeply aspired, I started conducting various Upgrading and Teacher Training Classes, as well as giving public lectures on Zhineng Qigong. I even published the Elementary Guide to Zhineng Qigong book.
In 2005, I started Qigong Healing Services at my pharmacy. Some patients were confused whether they were visiting a healing center or a pharmacy. In the same year, I was also invited by the Chi Neng Institute to teach in The Netherlands. Next, I also taught at 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.