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Jul25

“Living In The Moment”: The Fastest Way To Health And Happiness

by Lee Sok Lian|李淑莲

“Life Is Available Only In The Present Moment.” --- Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh

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At a recent “Living In The Moment” workshop organized by Mahota Health Management Centre, a participant requested my contact number, so she could include me in her we chat group. I laughed embarrassedly and apologized for not owning a smart phone and not being part of social networking groups. A friend had thoughtfully presented me with a Sony Experia smart phone, hoping to be able to stay in touch with me via we chat and Line – she is based in Singapore and I in Shanghai.

Jul05

All The Health Benefits Of Fresh Air And Sunshine On Sun Island Shanghai!

by Lee Sok Lian|李淑莲

Summer is here!

The island is truly at its most beautiful. Take a look at the images in this post!

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An ardent sun worshipper, I am making the most of the sunshine this summer, taking long walks with guests and friends, and sharing the joys of this enchanting island with everyone I know. I could not help noticing that those who are out in the sun all the time ---- like the golfers, the gardeners, farmers, caddies and other outdoor workers --- are generally stronger, fitter and healthier than those who avoid the sun.

Apr20

Leading The Way: Laughter Yoga Leader Training Kicks Off In China!

by Lee Sok Lian|李淑莲

These days, gibberish is the language of choice amongst a very tiny fraction of the population on Sun Island Shanghai. Sun Island General Manager Carrie Tan cheerfully breaks out into gibberish that only she and a handful of others understand. The positive emotions generated by the simple communication through gibberish facilitates social cohesion amongst team members; the 15 laughter yoga practitioners now share a common language and therefore a much stronger bond. In reality, whether they or others truly understand the language manufactured matters not one jolt.

The difference between using gibberish and the Chinese language is that gibberish is definitely more creative, hilarious and fun, accompanied by loud cackles and hearty laughter from everyone. Hearts open and connect. Positive vibes are felt even by those observing nearby, infecting them as well.

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