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An Indian man who is fond of traditional Chinese medicine and Zen culture

(People's Daily Online)    17:10, January 14, 2016
An Indian man who is fond of traditional Chinese medicine and Zen culture
Aarun exchanges ideas about how to practice kung fu with the monk of the Yunju Temple in Beijing.

In recent years, a great number of foreigners go to China to further their career development and Aarun is one of them.

Aarun, a 34-year-old man from India, came to China in 2004 and became a CEO of a food and culture company after years of hard work.

In the past few years, Aarun visited most of Chinese cities, promoting his understanding of Chinese traditions and culture. Gradually, he has found other passions in life besides doing business. Aarun said that he wants to promote cultural exchanges between China and India.

For the time being, Aarun is the head in charge of China Shaolin Zen Medicine & kung fu College's activities in India.

Aarun has been fascinated by Chinese kung fu since his childhood. He believed that there was a connection between him and China when he met with the masters of Shaolin Temple and got to know that Bodhidharma, the founder of Zen, was from India.

Aarun also shows strong interest in traditional Chinese medicine. He came to join a program on traditional Chinese medicine launched by a university of Chinese medicine. Aarun wanted to bring back what he learned about Chinese medicine back to India. 

Now, China has become Aarun's second hometown.


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(Editor:Ma Xiaochun,Bianji)

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