We have a wide range of experienced trainers with a wealth of knowledge in TCM as well as clinical expertise.


Our Public & Corporate Speakers

Physician Lim Sock Ling

Physician Lim Sock Ling holds a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences from Nanyang Technological University and a Bachelor of Chinese Medicine from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. She is a registered TCM physician, licensed by the TCM Practitioners Board, a regulatory body under the charge of the Ministry of Health.

Holding a management position in the Clinical Affairs of Eu Yan Sang Integrative Health Pte Ltd, she is also the secretary of Eu Yan Sang Medical Board as well as the Drug and Device Evaluation Committee, both of which help to uphold the quality and safety of clinic services. As a trainer and programme planner at Eu Yan Sang Academy, she provides TCM-related trainings and is able to share with the participants her clinical experience.


Miss Jessica Ho

Miss Jessica Ho holds a Bachelor of Applied Sciences in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the University of Western Sydney, Australia. She practiced as a licensed TCM physician in Australia, China, Europe and USA for 4 years, with an inclination in the management of chronic and acute pain, weight management, and cosmetic acupuncture.

Currently, a Senior Manager in Business Development at Eu Yan Sang International, she drives international market strategy, sales and marketing, and product development in consumer health products for overseas sectors, currently with a focus on North America and Australasian markets.



Our CTE Speakers

Professor Tang Hong
  • Chief Physician of the Endocrinology Department of Longhua Hospital (affiliated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)
  • Director of Western Internal Medicine Department
  • Top 10 TCM Senior Clinical Professionals in Shanghai

Professor Tang Hong is dedicated to medical teaching and research and has accumulated a wealth of clinical experience. Over the years, she has undertaken to personalizing treatments for patients taking into account a holistic approach. Over the years, she has committed to the diagnosis and treatment of endocrine and metabolic diseases in both Western and Chinese Medicine. Professor Tang specializes in using integrative medicine for the treatment and management of diabetes and its complications, endocrine diseases such as hyperthyroidism, hypothyroidism, Hashimoto's disease, and thyroid nodules, and obesity.


Professor Xu Zhenye
  • Chief Physician of the Oncology Department in Longhua Hospital (affiliated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)
  • Deputy Director of Integrative Oncology Committee of China

For the past 36 years, Professor Xu Zhenye has committed himself to the clinical practice and research in both Western and Chinese Medicine. He has accumulated a wealth of clinical experience and numerous academic attainments. He is an advocate of the yi qi yang jing detoxification method and the TCM-way of treating non-small cell lung cancer. He developed fei yan ning granules while specializes in integrative medicine using Chinese medicine for the treatment and management of most types of cancer and the complications arising from cancer treatment.


Professor Xu Yizhen
  • Deputy Chief Physician of the Gynecology Department in Yueyang Hospital (affiliated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Professor Xu Yizhen has demonstrated her knowledge, experience and research results in the field of gynecology, publishing researches on gynaecological diseases. She specializes in using integrative medicine for the treatment and management of gynaelogical diseases such as dysfunctional uterine bleeding, uterine fibroids and infertility. Prof Xu was invited by the O&G Centre of Singapore General Hospital as a visiting Physician of Bao Zhong Tang TCM Clinic.


Professor Gu Yun
  • Chief Physician of the Geriatric Department in Longhua Hospital (affiliated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)
  • Deputy Chief of the teaching and research department of Internal Medicine

Professor Gu Yun has been actively involved in clinical practice, teaching as well as research. In recent years, she accumulated over 50 original contributions, participated in the compilation of seven professional articles.

In 1996 and 1997, Professor Gu was recognized as an outstanding youth in both Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and was granted special subsidy. In 2009, she was selected as an excellent clinical physician at China’s national level. Professor Gu was under the tutelage of several prominent physicians such as China’s famous physicians in Oncology, Rheumatology, Geriatrics, Nephrology and Gastroenterology.


Professor Gao Shangpu
  • Chief Physician of the Dermatology Department in Longhua Hospital (affilitated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Between 2008 and 2009, Professor Gao Shangpu attended Oregon Health & Science University as a visiting scholar, engaging in research works on the genetic basis, regulation mechanism, pathogenesis and therapeutic targets of psoriasis and skin cancer. She has been awarded training grants for personal talent development in Shanghai.

She has published 20 professional articles and has participated in the compilation of 5 monographs. Professor Gao Shangpu specializes in using Chinese Medicine for the management and treatment of skin diseases such as psoriasis, eczema, acne and hair loss.


Professor Gong Yuping
  • Chief Physician of the Gastroenterology Department in Longhua Hospital (affilitated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Prof Gong Yuping specializes in using Chinese Medicine for the management of gastrointestinal disorders and some neurological and psychiatric diseases. She has published over 10 professional articles, participated in the compilation of three books and won numerous awards.


Professor Zhang Wei
  • Chief Physician of the Hepatology Department in Longhua Hospital (affilitated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Professor Zhang specialises in using integrative medicine, mainly through the use of Chinese Medicine, for the treatment of hepatological diseases such as both acute and chronic viral hepatitis, liver cirrhosis, autoimmune liver conditions, fatty liver etc. She advocated the use of a “Four-in-One” combined treatment therapy (medication, psychology, diet, exercise) to treat liver diseases. With particular emphasis on syndrome differentiation for Hepatitis B, she has shown significant treatment results in the area of viral replication inhibition, anti-fibrosis and immunomodulatory, as well as the use of Chinese Medicine to improve the quality of life for cirrhotic liver cancer patients.


Professor Zhang Huiyong
  • Chief Physician of the Pulmonary Department in Longhua Hospital (affiliated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)

For more than 30 years, Professor Zhang is engaged in the prevention and treatment of both acute and chronic respiratory diseases, as well as the clinical standardization of Traditional Chinese Medicine. As a result, he accumulated a wealth of clinical experience and formed his unique academic point of view. He has especially developed insight in the prevention and cure for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Bronchial Asthma, Lung Cancer and lung infection.


Professor Jiang Zhiyan
  • Chief Physician of the Pediatric Department in Longhua Hospital (affiliated to Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)

Professor Jiang specializes in using integrative medicine, mainly through the use of Chinese Medicine, for treatment in common pediatric conditions such as recurring respiratory tract infection, pneumonia, bronchial asthma, kidney disease, precocious puberty in girls and liver diseases in children. She is adept at using the method of nourishing the spleen and is well known for using concise prescriptions for treatment.