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Jonathan Chang (CN)

Jonathan Chang

Jonathan Chang graduated from the Beijing University of Chinese Medicine in 2012 with a degree in Chinese Medicine. From 2008 to 2017 he studied with Wang Ju-yi in Beijing, and was Dr. Wang’s full-time assistant at the Wang Ju-yi Applied Channel Theory Research Center and Clinic from 2012-2017. He helped compile Wang Ju-yi’s Applied Channel Theory Clinical Case Studies (2014). Along with Mei Li, he is working on an English translation of this book, which will be published by Eastland Press. He was also one of the main contributors to Dr. Wang’s An Introduction to Applied Channel Theory (2016). In August 2013, he was recognized by the Beijing Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Beijing Acupuncture and Moxibustion Association and Wang Ju-yi as an apprentice and official instructor of Applied Channel Theory. In 2015, he was recognized as one of Wang Ju-yi’s indoor apprentices. Jonathan is originally from Canada, but has lived in China since 2002. He currently works at the Ling Lan TCM clinic in Beijing and is an instructor at the Wang Ju-yi Applied Channel Theory Research Center.

About Professor Wang Ju-Yi:

Wang Ju-yi (1937-2017) was a graduate of the first class from the Beijing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1962. Former posts held by Dr. Wang included: Chief physician of the Acupuncture Department at the Beijing Hospital of Chinese Medicine, Director of the Xuanwu Hospital of Chinese Medicine, Director of the Department of Acupuncture and Moxibustion at the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences and Editor-in-chief of the journal Chinese Acupuncture and Moxibustion. He was the founder of the Wang Ju-yi Applied Channel Theory Research Center in Beijing. In 2012, Dr. Wang was recognized by the Chinese government in the establishment of the “Wang Ju-yi Famous Doctor Work Station.” In 2017, he was given the high honor of being designated a ‘National Grandmaster’ by the Beijing Administration of Chinese Medicine.

A true scholar and devotee of classical Chinese medical theory, Dr. Wang researched and explored the classics while applying that wisdom to the modern practice of acupuncture. His book, Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine is one of the most popular texts on acupuncture studies worldwide. The text has been translated into German, French and Italian.

In recent years, Dr. Wang published two books in Chinese, An Introduction to Applied Channel Theory (《经络医学概论》2016) and Wang Ju-yi‘s Case Studies in Applied Channel Theory (《王居易针灸医案讲习录》2014), which has led to a resurgence in interest in Dr. Wang‘s teachings in China.

Classes with Jonathan Chang

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At the Dao-Café

Interview with Jonathan Chang and Lucia Deyi

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    Wednesday, 08.05.2024
    13:15-14:15 Wildbad - Roter Salon
    • All levels
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    Treatment of Cardiovascular Disorders with Applied Channel Theory

    Jonathan Chang (CN)Jonathan Chang (CN)EN
      Thursday, 09.05.2024
      15:00-18:30 Wildbad - Roter Salon
      • Acupuncture
      • Diagnostics
      • Classics/Philosophy
      • All levels
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      Treatment of Depression with Applied Channel Theory

      Jonathan Chang (CN)Jonathan Chang (CN)EN
      • Recording available until 01.09.
      Friday, 10.05.2024
      09:00-12:30, 15:00-18:00 Wildbad - Topplersaal
      • Acupuncture
      • Classics/Philosophy
      • Diagnostics
      • All levels

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