thank u so much for ur reply.
i didn't expect any reply ,so the time i see it really surprise me a lot.
in fact i am already 38years old ,with 15ys work experience,
i will try the web u'd given to me to see if they can help.
thanks a lot.
As a serious practitioner of TCM
, coming to Australia from China, you should be aware of the liabilities and the practice of what they call TCM
and acupuncture in Australia. You would be better coming here and painting toe nails than trying to practice TCM
in Australia. You would earn more money here doing that than China.. I am sure you understand what I mean..
Everything here is up side down, compared to China in TCM
. First there are so many limitations of herbs that you can use. Second, and in some ways most important for your own health and well being, is the insurance liability that you have to have as a practitioner.. Thirdly, with all the looming limitations coming in 2012, which as practitioners of TCM
we should fight, the government regulators are going to take a big chunk of your income,.. unlike China. ... and more..the list goes on.
I would ask you, if you do decide to come to Australia and practice TCM
here, would you consider to take a 弟子 and train them in the correct ways of TCM
, so we could at least have some hope of keeping some of the real TCM
alive in Australia..
FIGHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS.. NO REGULATION OF TCM in Australia
PS.. Contact the Chinese Medical Association in Australia.. for more help.. Anna Chan, 08-82310736.. She is the head of the South Australian branch (at least she use to be) and whatever state you decide to settle in, I am sure that she will be able to direct you to the right person there.