Dr. Xu Tian (Bailey) graduated from the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (NJUTCM) with a Bachelor’s Degree in TCM and a Master’s Degree in Acupuncture. As a Nanjing native, she worked for the Foreign Affairs Department of Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine as a clinical interpreter. During these years she had the chance to work closely with foreign students from dozens of countries studying TCM.
Dr. (Bailey) Xu Tian has been teaching professionally in China since 2010 at the Jiangsu University and through the Jiangsu Provincial Hospital. She was responsible for the core curriculum development from 2011 onwards for the traditional Chinese medicine department in both English and Chinese language including dietetics, foundations, formulas, acupuncture and more.
Dr. (Bailey) Xu Tian is also a certified Chinese university teacher and is currently on sabbatical from Jiangsu University Hospital in order to pursue further Chinese medicine scholarship and language training. When she is not busy, she spends her time translating TCM documents and CEU courses.
Eric Vander Wal
Eric Vander Wal has been a student and practitioner of traditional east Asian medicines starting with education in Japan at the age of 16 in traditional Japanese medicine.
After working in Japan with his first mentor of Traditional East Asian Medicine, Eric Vander Wal studied Japanese Shiatsu at Langara College. Followed by a 5 year Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine program in Vancouver BC.
Since then he has studied language at the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (NJUTCM), continued to translate Chinese language source material into english and spent four years as a senior post graduate student in the Internal Medicine Department specializing in men's health under China's most famous andrology doctor. He has pursed multiple professional internships in China over the past five years.