Our 37th Generation
Transmitting the Legacy
Yo San Ni's son, Hua-Ching Ni, was born in China in the early 1900s. Brilliant and energetic as a child, Hua-Ching longed to pursue a more fulfilling education than the modern schooling offered. Recognizing his son’s frustration and potential, Yo San opened The College of Tao and Chinese Healing. It was here that Yo San transmitted the Ni family legacy to his son and his other students. In 1949,Yo San advised his son to leave their small town in a rapidly changing, war-torn country and to seek out a better life outside China. For twenty-seven years Hua-Ching lived in Taiwan and taught Traditional Chinese Medicine. He eventually moved with his wife and two sons to the United States. In 1989, along with his sons, Daoshing and Mao Shing, Hua-Ching founded Yo San University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He has since returned to China and still resides there as an active member of his community.