Dr. Zhang Qingbin
Dr. Chen Zhen
secretary in chief
Dr. Wang Weidi
Dr. Zhao Yuhua
Dr. Eőry Ajándok
Dr. Shao Baijun
Dr. Borodi Judit
Dr. Xia Linjun
Dr. Feng Xiaoping
Dr. Xiu Wei
Dr. Oravecz Márk
vice-secretary in chief
Dr. Horváth Ildikó
DR ZHANG QINGBIN
Zhang Qingbin was born in 1957 in a famous Chinese doctor dinasty in Harbin. He moved to Budapest in 1991.
Dr Zhang doktor is a chief of medicine and professor of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies. Also he is the vice-leader of the acupuncture office of the Cultural World Heritage. Dr Zhang Qingbin is the son of Zhang Jin, the famous Chinese acupuncturist who won the scientific and technology award of Heilongjiang province.
DR CHEN ZHEN
secretary in chief and vice-chairman
Dr Chen Zhen is a doctor, researcher and a TCM professor, the founder of Dr. Chen Pharmacy's products. He arrived to Hungary in 1989. Dr Chen teaches at several Hungarian and Chinese Universities and holds presentations in numerous events. He spends a lot of time to research herbs in Hungary in order to support the health of Europian citizens.
The Association is made up of regular members and honorary members.
Regular members are professionals of either traditional Chinese medicine or Chinese-western combined medicine who are dedicated to the development and dissemination of traditional Chinese medicine.
Honorary members (including honorary member-societies) are professional or non-professional individuals or organizations having made an outstanding contribution to the development of TCM, especially those assisting the work of the Association with donations.
Regular members of the Association have the following rights: may elect and are eligible be elected to positions in the Association, the right of representation, the right to make suggestions regarding the work of the Association, the right to participate in the activities organized by the Association, prior access to the scientific materials of the Association; the following obligations: to respect the rules of the Association, to carry out the decrees of the Association and to promptly pay membership fees before the deadline. Honorary members are not entitled to the following rights: voting, eligibility for election and representation; but are entitled to all other rights.
The highest body of the Association is the grand assembly. In between sessions of the assembly the association council is the highest body.
The council is obliged to inform the members of its proceedings. The council elects the president, the vice-presidents, the Secretary in chief, the vice-secretary in chief and acting members of the council. Between sessions of the council, the acting members of the council and the secretary in chief perform the duties of the council acording to the guidance or the president.
The Associantion’s expenses are covered by the following souces of income: membership fees, donations and any income form activities of the Association.
DR WANG WEIDI és DR ZHAO YUHUA
Prof Dr Wang Weidi and Prof Dr Zhao Yuhua have been working as TCM practitioners since 1982 and they started their praxis in Hungary in 1994. Both of them graduated at Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine and they continue a family tradition as well, because the father of Dr Wang is a well-known traditional Chinese doctor.
DR EŐRY AJÁNDOK
Dr Eőry is a biologist, physician and acupuncturist. He started Medical University at the age of 40 where he was led by his interest in traditional Chinese medicine. Since his graduation he helps homeless people to improve their health working together with the Hungarian Charity Service of the Order of Malta. Eőry Ajándok was honored with Batthyány-Strattmann László award for treatng homeless by the minister of health.
DR SHAO BAIJUN
Dr Shao is an invited tutor of the Canadian Ontario TCM College. He graduated in 1986 and recieved his M.Sc. diplom at Zhangchun TCM University. After that he started working in the Acupuncture Research Institute of the National TCM Academy in Beijing. He started his praxis as a TCM practitioner in Hungary in 2004.
DR BORODI JUDIT
Dr. Borodi is an internist, anesthesiologist and intensive therapy specialist. She finished an acupuncture course in Hungary in 1996. Beside that she had a 3-year TCM course held by Chinese TCM practitioners and went to Beijing for post-graduate education.
In her private praxis she likes using complementer therapy. She has been working beside TCM practitioners for more than 10 years.
PROF DR XIA LINJUN PhD
Prof Dr Xia is an acupuncturist and specialist. He graduated at Changchun TCM University in 1988, became chief in medicine 1993. He is a visiting professor at the Faculty of Health Sciences of Semmelweis University since 2012. The same year he became vice-chairman of the Manual Therapy Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medical Societies.
DR XIU WEI
Dr Xiu is an orthopaedic, TCM practitioner and acupuncturist. She has more than 30-year clinical experience, she works in China and Europe too.
DR ORAVECZ MÁRK
vice-secretary in chief
Dr Oravecz graduated at Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine in major of acupunctue and manual therapy. Currently he is a Ph.D. candidate at Semmelweis University. Beside his TCM and teaching praxis he works on the Hungarian domestication of the education methodology and knowledge of traditional Chinese medicine.
DR HORVÁTH ILDIKÓ
Dr Horváth graduated at Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine in major of acupunctue and manual therapy in 2009. After graduation she represented comlpementer medicine as a TCM practitioner in an orthopaedic clinic. In 2013 she became Master of Science in acupuncture as the student of Northern College of Acupuncture beside her praxis in Britain. Currently she works as a TCM practitioner in Budapest.