‘My Wish Fulfilled by Practicing Medicine’ by Dr Rong Shu The Society December 3, 2013 Culture, Poetry 1 Comment I look upon how much people suffer Wishing Bian Que and Hua Tuo* were now here Predestiny links us now and forever To fulfill my wish: a medical career *Bian Que and Hua Tuo: Ancient Chinese medical masters. 悬壶了愿 人间疾苦何多 扁鹊华佗难現 亘古缘牵末劫 悬壶济世了愿 Dr. Rong was born into a family that has practiced Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for generations. She has worked as a TCM doctor and acupuncturist for more than 20 years. See her website www.drrong.co.uk for more information on her professional practice and products. Translated by the Society. Featured Image: Portrait of the physician Hua Tuo from a Qing Dynasty edition of The Romance of the Three Kingdoms. Related Post ‘Darkness’ and Other Poetry by Christine Lawson Darkness No longer did they see the need For things called books they used to read. Music—no longer symphonies, But simple tunes composed with e... Tell the world:FacebookTwitterTumblrPinterestRedditLinkedInEmail One Response generate leads with video August 12, 2014 Thank үou ɑ lot for sharing tҺіs with all of uus you actuallʏ recognize wgat ʏou’re speaking aƿproximately! Bookmarked. Kindly additionally visit mʏ site =). We will ɦave a hyperlink change contract ƅetween us Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.