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  • Contributors

Hélène Bloch is a Ph.D. student in Anthropology at Paris Nanterre University in Nanterre, France. Email:

Ron Catabia, M. S., has been studying Sundo (Korean dantian cultivation) for 30 years, publishing about it variously. A member of the American Psychological Association, he also presents on Daoism and Peace Psychology. Email:

Matheus Oliva da Costa is a Ph.D. student in Religious Studies at Pontifical Catholic University in São Paulo, Brazil. Email:

Peter Deadman is an international authority on Chinese medicine, editor of The Journal of Chinese Medicine and author of Live Well Live Long. He lives in the UK. Website: Email:

Hervé Louchouarn, a TCM physician since 1999, graduated from Chiapi University and was ordained as a 32nd generation Longmen priest in 2007. He practices and teaches Daoist medicine and longevity in Guernavaca, Mexico. Email:

Lichien Hung is a Ph.D. student in Religious Studies at National Chengchi University, Taiwan. Email:

David McLachlan Jeffrey is an Academic Writing lecturer at the Pittsburgh Institute of Sichuan University in Chengdu, China. Email:

Livia Kohn is Professor Emerita of Religion and East Asian Studies at Boston University. The author or editor of over 40 books, she now lives in Florida. Email:

Denise Meyer has practiced taijiquan for more than two decades. A graduate of the Northwestern University, she has spent thirty years working in non-profit communications and administration. Email: [End Page 251]

Scott Park Phillips lives in Colorado, where he mixes martial arts with improvisational theater, dance ethnology, and Daoist studies. He is the author of Possible Origins: A Cultural History of Chinese Martial Arts, Theater, and Religion (2016). Email:

William T. Sanders holds an MA degree in Religious Studies from the University of Virginia and works as a Chinese teacher in the Bloomington area. Email:

Shen Ming-Chang is assistant professor at the Taiwan Police College. He also serves as the secretary general of the Society for the Study of Religious Philosophy in Taipei. Email:

Tang Man-To, PhD, graduated in philosophy from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and works there as an assistant lecturer. His research focuses on phenomenology, philosophy of memory and forgetting, and comparative philosophy. Email: [End Page 252]



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