‘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 ‘Riddle Two’ and Other Poetry by Michelle Tamara... Riddle Two Now give these lines a gander Be you bold enough to try Find fun, full-fashioned candor Take care. Some smart cells may fry ... 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 We will ɦave a hyperlink change contract ƅetween us Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email.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.