- April 25, 2018
- 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
- Fourth Floor Community Lounge (Mission Campus)
Ms. Lixin Huang is Vice President for China Projects and Executive Director of American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ACTCM) at CIIS. Since 1997, Lixin has worked actively with the Chinese medicine and wildlife conservation communies, building bridges to save endangered species and promote healthy people and healthy a planet. She is a member of the National Council of the World Wide Fund (WWF) US, The Wildlife Trafficking Advisory Committee of The US Fish and Wildlife Department, Vice Chair of Education Committee of World Federation of Chinese Medicine Society (WFCMS), and a commissioner of Accreditation Commission of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (ACAOM). Lixin speaks nationally and internationally. Her presentations cover topics in the sustainable use of Chinese herbal medicine and issues and challenges in trade, safety and endangered species (China), traditional Chinese medicine and harmony of the planet (TEDxWWF Conference, Singapore), promoting integration of acupuncture with western medicine through research (US), and non-government controlled AOM education system in US through accreditation and certification (Australia), At the CITES meeting, she spoke clearly that Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), as a medical profession, removed all uses of tiger parts from TCM to save wild tigers in the world (Netherlands).