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Farewell reception to Wenci Li, spouse of the Ambassador of China H. E. Xu Chen named ‘Healthy Living, Beautiful Life’, held at the Ambassador’s residence in Wassenaar on the 5th of April between 10:30 and 14:00 by Elizabeth Naumczyk. Cameraman Mirza Kamram.

In an interview with Wenci Li, published in Diplomat Magazine on the 5th of December, 2015, she explained how she sometimes organizes events at home to share elements from her culture with others.

At this farewell reception in her honour, women from the diplomatic and international community, including representatives of the International Women’s Contact The Hague (IWC) were privileged to be given an opportunity to learn about one of the oldest musical instruments in China, the Guqin as well as about Chinese traditional medicine (TCM), followed by a healthy lunch exquisitely prepared and composed of various delicate dishes introducing us to new ingredients, textures and flavours combining the beneficial effects of products explained in detail by Mrs Wenci Li.

Mrs Wenci Li believes in living a life in a state of balance and harmony with our mind and bodies, whether it be practicing Tai Chi and Yoga, eating properly, and making use of TCM and Chinese philosophy as a way of living.   Chinese culture and medicine are linked to the three main philosophical schools in Chinese history.Wenci Li

“Buddhism focuses on practicing and developing a superior state of mind. In Confucianism the pursuit lies in leading a virtuous life with ethical behavior. For Taoists, the focus rests on how to live in a purely natural way. The word Tao literally means “way, path, truth, view of nature”.

The three schools have different approaches and focus points but share the common goal of reaching a state of harmony and happiness: not illusive but real and sustainable harmony and happiness.” https://diplomatmagazine.eu/2015/12/05/22380/

image004Mrs Wenci Li believes in living a life in a state of balance and harmony with our mind and bodies, whether it be practicing Tai Chi and Yoga, eating properly, and making use of TCM and Chinese philosophy as a way of living.

Chinese culture and medicine are linked to the three main philosophical schools in Chinese history.

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“Buddhism focuses on practicing and developing a superior state of mind. In Confucianism the pursuit lies in leading a virtuous life with ethical behavior. For Taoists, the focus rests on how to live in a purely natural way. The word Tao literally means “way, path, truth, view of nature”.

The three schools have different approaches and focus points but share the common goal of reaching a state of harmony and happiness: not illusive but real and sustainable harmony and happiness.” https://diplomatmagazine.eu/2015/12/05/22380/

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