Both my practice as a Tai Ji Men dizi and my experience in the medical field told me that honest and sympathetic dialogue is crucial. This rule was not followed in the Tai Ji Men case.
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About Linda Chen
Linda Chen was born in Taipei and immigrated to Canada at age 18. She completed her B.Sc. with honors in biology (2000) from Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, N.S., Canada, and M.Sc. in biochemistry and molecular biology (2003) from Dalhousie University, Halifax. Her interests in biomedical science led her to do her Ph.D. research (2005-10) in the Department of Pathology, Dalhousie University. Upon completion of her Ph.D. degree, Linda was recruited as a post-doctoral research fellow in a multidisciplinary team (IGNITE) that studied rare genetic diseases at Dalhousie University. Currently, Linda works as a research associate in Halifax. Her research focuses on cellular modeling of a rare genetic heart disease to identify causes and possible treatments. Besides her academic career, Linda has been practicing Tai Ji Men Qigong and meditation for over 26 years. She is an active member and volunteer for the peace organizations Federation of World Peace and Love (FOWPAL) and Association of World Citizen.