Testimonials

“Every three months, a new issue of The Lantern arrives in my mail box. I end up carrying it around with me until I have read it cover to cover, book marking articles I want to re-read. As a teacher of Chinese medicine, I often assign articles to my students because so many of them are so succinct and relevant. The editors of The Lantern take great care to provide material that is interesting, scholarly and always clinically helpful. Because The Lantern stays true to the deepest spirit of Chinese medicine, it is by far the best among all the English language journals.”

Sharon Weizenbaum

Director of White Pine Healing Arts, Chinese medicine educator and author

“All of us practising now are fortunate to live in a time when ideas from many countries and time periods are in dynamic interface. The Lantern is a crucial facilitator of this process. Not only does it provide a place for international dialogue, it inspires all of us to reach out and move the medicine forward with a respect for the core concepts we have inherited.”

Jason D. Robertson

E.A.M.P., author of Applied Channel Theory in Chinese Medicine (Eastland Press, 2008) and teacher at the Seattle Institute of Oriental Medicine

“There are not many journals in English that I would consider ‘must reading’ for everyone who is serious about practicing East Asian medicine —The Lantern from Australia is certainly one of them.”

Dan Bensky

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