Virtual Exhibit Booth
When you enter the virtual booth, please expand it to fullscreen. You will see an option to join a breakout room. Sun Ten is hosting the main room. TCM Book Display is in the breakout. You can easily move between the two rooms.
We endeavor to become the market leader in the natural herbal supplement segment by producing the most innovative and responsible solutions that improve quality of life for mankind.
Dr. Hong-yen Hsu (pictured above) was the founder of SUN TEN in 1946 in Taiwan. He was recognized as the “Father of Scientific Chinese Herbal Extraction” as he devoted his life to the modernization of the techniques used in Chinese herbal extraction by bringing practices from Japan into Taiwan. He later became the Director of the Drug Control Bureau in Taiwan, a position comparable to the United States’ FDA Commissioner.
For over 70 years, SUN TEN has remained committed to materializing the vision of Dr. Hong-yen Hsu. SUN TEN has grown into a pharmaceutical-grade manufacturing company with facilities and exports in more than 20 countries, including the United States, England, Germany, Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and Switzerland.
Despite our growth, the foundation of our manufacturing practices remains centered around product Safety, Quality, Efficacy, and Consistency. We guarantee quality assurance from the very beginning, starting with the careful selection of authentic raw herbs. From there, we use a responsible manufacturing process and end with a quality reassured product that is checked thoroughly with the latest scientific measures that meet international standards.
SUN TEN has become a world leader in the manufacturing of herbal products and we will continue to strive for excellence in the natural healthcare industry.
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Book Display
Important note: Join TCM Book Display presentations in the Breakout Room session found in the Virtual Booth above. Please follow the directions right below the booth sign-in box.
Symposium presenter Robert Peng’s book and DVDs can all be ordered at Sounds True (already deeply discounted on site):
Author/translator Prof. Paul Unschuld’s books (Ben Cao Gang Mu Vols. 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9 & Traditional Chinese Medicine: Heritage and Adaptation): inquiries can be sent to [email protected] or 888-441-0489.
Symposium presenter Heiner Fruehauf’s edited translations of books by Liu Lihong (Classical Chinese Medicine & The Yellow Emperor’s Inner Transmission of Acupuncture) can be ordered here (also address & number same as above).
A short academic book/author neither featured nor appearing in booth this weekend, but with high anthropological relevance to TCM (including ethnographies of past and recent clinical authors in China) is Prof. Judith Farquhar’s A Way of Life: Things, Thought, and Action in Chinese Medicine (Yale UP, 2020). She is also coauthor of Gathering Medicines: Nation and Knowledge in China’s Mountain South (Univ. of Chicago P, 2021).
TCM Book Display booth talk/Q&A schedule (Sun Ten booth, enter breakout room):
|Thursday, October 28, 2021|
|12:30PT||Author Cynthia Li MD (“Brave New Medicine: A Doctor’s Unconventional Path to Healing Her Autoimmune Illness”)|
|1:15pm PT||Symposium presenter Robert Peng (“The Master Key,” “Qigong Ecstasy,” “AM/PM Qigong”)|
|Friday, October 29, 2021|
|12:30 PT||Symposium presenter Galina Roofener LAc AP (“Modern Pulse Diagnosis: Mobile ECG Based”)|
|1:15pm PT||Author Kat Maier RH (AHG) (“Energetic Herbalism: A Guide to Sacred Plant Traditions Integrating Elements of Vitalism, Ayurveda, and Chinese Medicine”)|
|Saturday, October 30, 2021|
|12:30 PT||Author Amy Chang LAc DAOM (“A Field Guide to the Huángdì Nèijing Sùwèn: A Clinical Introduction to the Yellow Emperor’s Internal Classic, Plain Questions”)|
|1:15pm PT||author/translator Prof. Paul Unschuld (“Ben Cao Gang Mu Vols. 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9” & “Traditional Chinese Medicine: Heritage and Adaptation”)|
|Sunday, October 31, 2021|
|12:30PT||UW PhD candidate Sean Bradley ND, EAMP (“Sinology in Seattle: The University of Washington and its Influence on the Study of Chinese Medicine” & “Challenges to Identifying Ancient Substances in Chinese Materia Medica”)|
|1:00PT||Author Z’ev Rosenberg LAc (“Returning to the Source: Han Dynasty Medical Classics in Clinical Practice,” “Ripples in the Flow: Reflections on Vessel Dynamics in the Nàn Jing,” “Afterglow: Ministerial Fire in Chinese Medicine, 2022”)|
|1:30PT||Author Brian Grosam LAc PHD (“Understanding and Treating Hot Flashes in Menopause with Chinese Medicine: An Integrated Approach”)|