Chungliang Al Huang

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"Chungliang Al Huang is a philosopher, performing artist and internationally acclaimed Tao master. Chungliang is the founder-president of the Living Tao Foundation and the international Lan Ting Institute located in the sacred mountains in China, and on the Oregon Coast, USA. He is one of the most sought after speakers in the field of human potential, on cultural diversity and creative dynamism in global business, education and all arenas of life. He is a research scholar of the Academia Sinica, a fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science, and an assembly member for the Council for A Parliament of the World Religions. Chungliang received the highest rated Speaker’s Award from Young Presidents’ Organization, the New Dimension Broadcaster Award, and the prestigious Gold Medal from the Ministry of Education of the Republic of China. A close colleague and collaborator with the late scholar Alan Watts and mythologist Joseph Campbell, Huang was featured in the inaugural segment of Bill Moyers’ renowned PBS “World of Ideas” series." [1]   


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  1. PYE Global Team, organizational web page, accessed May 21, 2013.