Monday, February 18, 2019

TCM course in English from 29 Jun to 17 Aug 2019 (Registration is CLOSED)

Our popular TCM Course in English ("Chinese Medicine for Health: Principles and Practice of Herbal and other Therapies") is back! Registration is open now!

We are also pleased to inform you that this course has been accredited for SkillsFuture.

Date: From 29 Jun to 17 Aug 2019 (Every Saturday)
Time: 9.15 am to 12.30 pm
1 Slim Barracks Rise (off North Buona Vista Road) NTU@one-north campus, Executive Centre, Level 3, LT301, Singapore 138664 (Near Buona Vista MRT)
Course Fee: $560 nett (10% concession for 60 years and above or group registration of 3 or more)  
[A $100 deposit is required for those who are using their SkillsFuture credits.]

To register, please click here.

Kindly be informed that your registration will only be confirmed upon receiving your registration form and full payment. Mode of payment includes cheque, cash, credit cards (Visa/Mastercard) and interbank transfer. Please take note that reservation via email or phone will not count as registration. Do register early as seats are on first-come-first-served basis.

For further enquires, please contact us at or call us at 6227 9238.

Thursday, January 4, 2018

A Public Talk on 'Chinese Health Cultivation (养生) for Vigour and Active Ageing' in conjunction with the Book Launch of Pursuing the Elixir of Life: Chinese Medicine for Health

Prof Hong Hai will be giving a public talk on 'Chinese Health Cultivation (养生) for Vigour and Active Ageing' in conjunction with a book launch of his book Pursuing the Elixir of Life: Chinese Medicine for Health. Minister of State for Health, Mr Chee Hong Tat will be the Guest-of-Honour for the event. Details are as follow:

Talk Synopsis: Book authors Professor Hong Hai and TCM Physician Karen Wee will deliver a talk on Chinese methods of health cultivation to attain vigorous health and help prevent conditions like cardiovascular disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and dementia. Delicious recipes will be introduced for combining nutritious food with Chinese herbs to help you gain that special glow of health right into your senior years.

Date: 2 February 2018, Friday
Time: 2.30pm - 5.00pm
Venue: The POD, National Library Board, 100 Victoria Street #16-01, Singapore 188064
Admission is Free!

Register at by 01 February 2018. Register early as seats are limited. Alternatively, you can RSVP to Ms Cynthia Lye at or contact Karen at 62279238.

2.30-3.00pm: Registration
3.00-3.05pm: Opening remarks by WSPC
3.05-3.15pm: Keynote address by SMS Chee Hong Tat
3.15-3.20pm: Remarks by Prof Kua Ee Heok, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
3.20-4.00pm: Talk on Chinese Medicine for Health
4.00-5.00pm: Book Signing and Tea Reception

About the Book

"Written with scintillating clarity, this is the best introductory book on TCM, as absorbing and piquing as its companion volume, Principles of Chinese Medicine." Prof Kua Ee Heok, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine

“A must-read for medical professionals as well as anyone simply wishing to live healthier and longer." Dr Michael Tai, Dept of Developmental Studies, University of Cambridge

"The yangsheng 养生 principles shared in the book will serve seniors well in their pursuit of total wellness and longevity." Ms Soh Swee Ping, CEO, Council for Third Age (C3A)

"A valuable resource for anyone interested in pursuing a fulfilling life." Ms Carmee Lee, Mentor Principal, MindChamps Holdings and former Principal, Raffles Girls School.

"I strongly recommend this book. How TCM works and is applied to better manage health and illnesses are clearly explained and discussed." Prof Hew Choy Sin, Senior Fellow, Institute of Advanced Studies, NTU

Exclusive discount at the launch!

The book, including other titles of Prof Hong will be sold at a 25% discount!

Special offer for purchasing all 3 following books of Prof Hong at $62.40 (usual price: $104)

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Exxon Mobil Recreation Club: Recipes for Health and Longevity

A TCM health talk with lunch was organised for Exxon Mobil Recreation Club on 21st June 2014 at Herbal Oasis @ Duxton. The title of the talk, Recipes for Health and Longevity, which revolves around the introduction of medicated recipes and various recipes of herbal porridges, soups and teas for general maintenance, had indeed intrigued the audience. The talk was followed by a healthy herbal lunch, where they had the opportunity to find out how tasty and 'herbalicious' a healthy meal can be!