I trained as a cardiologist in China before completing another 8 years of training here in the United States to become certified as a cardiologist and cardiac electrophysiologist.
Before medical school, I worked as a “barefoot doctor” in a rural village, providing basic care for farmers with very limited resources. In contrast, most of the procedures I do now are very advanced and state of the art. However, the principle of practicing medicine remains the same—treating everyone as you would one of your own family members.
Life is like the rhythm of the heart. Sometimes it is up and sometimes down, but only those who stay within a normal range will perform well. My philosophy is to keep balance in every aspect of life. I enjoy outdoor activity, nature, and photography.