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  Dr. Yeu Quang Wong, PhD
  Traditional Chinese Medical Doctor
  Bai Mei Shaolin Kung-fu Teacher
  Tai Chi Teacher

  Dr. Wong passed away on March 26, 2009.
  Please visit his online memorial at http://www.mem.com/

Traditional Chinese Medicine
Dr. Wong was born in Macao in 1939 into a medical family. His mother was the first woman fully licensed as a Chinese doctor in Macao at seventeen years of age, continuing the legacy of her father and grandfather. Dr. Wong began his medical career at the age of 28 while he lectured on Eastern and Western philosophy at the University of Singapore.

In 1977 Dr. Wong started his practice in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The categories of illness and diseases he has treated are as follows: neurological damages due to accident and strokes, different forms of arthritic conditions, multiple-sclerosis, childhood ear infections, asthma, emphysema, aged group’s disease such as prostate gland, diabetic numbness and poor circulation in the extremeties, and female problems such as cysts in vagina and ovary and excessive bleeding. In the last ten years, he has focused more on managing and containing cancerous tumors in the lung and brain with a combination of acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine.

Bai Mei Shaolin Kung-fu
Dr. Wong has practiced the Bai Mei (White Eyebrow) system of Chinese martial arts for almost 40 years. Zhong Li Chuan (Cheung Lai Chun 1889?-1964) was the modern secular founder of the White Eyebrow system. And Zhong Li Chuan's youngest son Zhong Ping Fa and Zhong Li Chuan's disciple Wu Nan Jing (Ng Nam King) both taught Dr. Wong until their deaths. In 1972, Wu Nan Jing authorized Dr. Wong to teach White Eyebrow, and in 1977, Zhong Ping Fa authorized Dr. Wong to propagate the White Eyebrow system in the United States.

For years Wu Nan Jing was the elected head of the White Eyebrow system in Hong Kong while Zhong Ping Fa and his older brother Zhong Ping Lin held the Permanent Supervisor positions. In 1973, Dr. Wong was appointed to be the system’s official representative to Singapore.

B.A. in Chinese Literature, New Asia College, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1965.
Recipient of a Yale-in-China fellowship.
M.A. in Philosophy, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, 1969.
Ph.D. in Philosophy, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, 1971.
Dr. Wong has taught at Southern Illinois University, the University of Singapore, National University in Taiwan and at the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga.