Wenchun Zhang


Wenchun Zhang, Professor, Doctor of Philosophy in Medicine, Doctoral Supervisor, a renowned traditional Chinese medicine practitioner in Jiangxi Province, and a mentor for the academic experience inheritance of the seventh batch of nationally renowned traditional Chinese medicine experts. Currently, he serves as the Director of the Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine at Jiangxi University of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Director of the Institute of Qigong Science, and concurrently holds the positions of Vice President of the World Medical Qigong Association, Director of the Qigong Medical Committee of the Chinese Medical Qigong Association, Deputy Director of the Basic Theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine Branch of the China Association of Chinese Medicine, Deputy Director and Secretary-General of the Disease Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, member of the National Technical Committee for Standardization of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and member of the Terahertz Wave Biophysics Branch of the Chinese Physical Society. He has long been committed to the theoretical and practical research of Qi theory, qigong, and traditional Chinese medicine. He teaches courses such as \”Selected Readings from Internal Classics,\” \”Basic Theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine,\” \”Qigong Science of Traditional Chinese Medicine,\” and \”Internal Inspection based on Traditional Chinese Medicine.\” In the past five years, he has edited or co-edited textbooks for the \”14th Five-Year Plan\” such as \”Qigong Science of Traditional Chinese Medicine,\” \”Health Preservation and Rehabilitation of Traditional Chinese Medicine,\” \”Traditional Chinese Rehabilitation Skills,\” \”Internal Inspection of Traditional Chinese Medicine,\” and \”Basic Theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine.\”

Topic: Qigong Exercise Based on the Tripartite View of Form, Qi, and Shen in Life

Content Summary: Chinese Medicine believes that human life is composed of three elements: body, Qi, and mind. \”Body\” refers to the morphological organization of the body; \”Qi\” refers to the non-substantial field-like substance that fills the body and its surroundings; \”mind\” refers to one\’s spiritual consciousness. These three elements constitute the essential components of human life, and they are integrated and inseparable. Qigong exercise involves the cultivation and regulation of these three elements of human life, bringing them into a tripartite unity. Understanding qigong from the perspective of the tripartite view of body, Qi, and mind in life can better grasp the essence of qigong exercise and effectively guide its practice.