I am Ting. I come from China and I moved to Sweden in 2008. And I was lucky,  I got a job already the second day I moved here. Because I work with my husband to run an organic farm and today we are proud of all we have done and still are doing. But at the same time, I have deeply been longing for something that I could do here for myself and use the skills I have and bring the culture from my country to Sweden. 

In China, I was engaged in marketing work. I worked as a copywriter, TV advertising scripter and a marketing planner. And I have worked with companies like Samsung mobile, Puma and some famous Chinese brands.

In Sweden, it is difficult for me to work with words since English and Swedish are not my mother languages. So in parallel with the job I have now studied acupuncture in China for several years. I have both a Certificate of Completing an Acupuncture Technique Training and a Qualification Certificate of Talents in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Hunan Provincial Association of Acupuncture and Moxibustion. I educated by doctors and professors from the Hunan University of Chinese Medicine and the First Hospital of Hunan University of Chinese Medicine.

To study Traditional Chinese Medicine ( TCM ) was one of my dreams, because I love Chinese traditional culture and  TCM is a part of this old culture. I studied Chinese literature and also ancient Chinese language at university, it helps me to read the old books on acupuncture and TCM, often books several hundred or even thousands years old. TCM is also highly related to the philosophy of Taoism and old Chinese culture and I have grown up with this culture, I have read these books since from teenager and I am still read them today. So it gives me a great opportunity to study the very essence of acupuncture.

In my life, I have had many hobbies and there are many things I still want to learn. Today I am very grateful that acupuncture became part of my life.  The tiny small needles gives me so much energy, confidence and meaning in life. And I love to share that with you.