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Dr. Jason Lou represents a medical tradition transmitted over centuries through his family lineage. In 1857, his ancestor brought the art to San Francisco from China to serve the growing Chinese population who arrived during the gold rush and railroad building period. 

 

The Sacramento Bee publishes an in depth feature about Dr. Lou. Afterwords, a series of break ins occur. A few discover that Dr. Lou is a master of another art practiced in strict privacy: a martial arts system transmitted in tandem with the medical tradition. 

 

Was there something in the feature article that induced the criminal activities? Investigators soon learn that they are dealing with an international crime ring. An interdepartmental governmental team is formed and formulates theories regarding those responsible for the crime. Dr. Lou proves vital to the investigation.

 

Ten years later, Dr. Lou and others realize the profound significance of what they’ve learned from their fateful brush with organized crime.

 

This book should be of particular interest to Chinese Americans who can take pride in their history and be inspired by the main character as a role model — a hero in the broadest sense.

Wuxia America (pre-publication discount 15%)

$16.95 Regular Price
$14.41Sale Price
  • 5 x 8 paperback, 152 pages, 27 illustrations

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