On Saturday, February 1, 2014 tune in to hear Dr. Wang discuss local, national, and international observances of the nearly two week celebrations of the Year of the Horse as well as the customs and history behind holiday.
Dr. Wang will discuss Asian Americans and other minority groups becoming more involved in U. S. life and how changing demographics of the country can bring economic opportunities for entrepreneurs who are open to embracing changes.
Dr. Wang will also discuss how we can live to give now and how charities can be the key to closing the health care gap for the medically undeserved. Listen as he shares his passion for serving those who cannot afford medical care and how his faith plays a major role in providing those services.
Living Your Best Life Radio, radio that empowers, inspires, and motivates you to live your BEST life can be heard on 760AM in the Middle Tennessee Region, on Tune In Radio, streamed live on the web at UStream.TV on Saturdays from 9:00-10:00am CST and on military bases.
More About Chinese New Year
The source of Chinese New Year is itself centuries old and gains significance because of several myths and traditions. Traditionally, the festival was a time to honor deities as well as ancestors. Chinese New Year is celebrated in countries and territories with significant Chinese populations, including Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mauritius, Philippines, and also in Chinatowns elsewhere. Chinese New Year is considered a major holiday for the Chinese and has had influence on the lunar new year celebrations of its geographic neighbors.
More About Dr. Ming Wang
Dr. Ming Wang is a uniquely qualified corneal refractive surgeon. He hold a Harvard Medical School and MIT degree (magna cum laude, 1991) as well as a doctoral degree in laser physics. He is both an accomplished scientist and a talented artist.
As the founding director of the renowned Wang Vision Institute in Nashville, TN, he excels in his profession as a compassionate ophthalmologist who cares deeply about his patients and continues to strive to give them the best eye care possible.
As an accomplished research scientist, he has made worthwhile contributions to various areas of molecular biology (see Nature, 360, 606, 1992) and ophthalmology including being a principle investigator of an NIH grant on amniotic contact lenses and the biotech company that he cofounded with Vanderbilt, EyeVU.
As a talented artist, passionate about ballroom dancing and music, he brings to people around him a sense of joy for rhythm and movement, the appreciation for fine art and many romantic and beautiful melodies of life.