Who am I?
I obtained a doctorate in Philosophy at Albert-Ludwig University in Freiburg, Germany. I am an Associate Professor at the Department of Life-and-Death Studies at Nanhua University, Taiwan. I also work as the director of Nanhua Mindfulness Center (NMC) and as the founding director of Mindfulness-Based Helping Association (MBHA) in Taiwan.
What do I do?
I received MBCT training from the Oxford Mindfulness Centre (OMC), as well as MBSR training from the Europäisches Zentrum für Achtsamkeit (EZfA) in Freiburg, Germany. Since 2012, I have collaborated with the Oxford Mindfulness Centre and provided mindfulness training for professional helpers in Taiwan and overseas. I have also taught mindfulness courses in schools, universities, counseling centers, hospitals, and prisons on a regular basis.
During the process of learning and teaching mindfulness, I have realized the deep power of humanity by mindful encounters. I enjoy devoting my life to mindfulness education and being a mindful “gardener”. I look forward to working with more mindful gardeners, with the philosophy of fostering beauty and kindness in humanity and making the world a better place.
Why I love working at the OMC
Not only do I appreciate the depth and the systematic structure of MBCT courses, but I also greatly admire the kindness, wisdom and warmth of OMC instructors. I hope to continuously grow with OMC and to inspire more people to develop meaningful and mindful lives.