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Tiffany Takahashi published in “Chinese Medicine and Culture”

Tiffany Takahashi, administrative assistant for the International and Postdoctoral Services Office, was recently published in Chinese Medicine and Culture, the official publication of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Titled, “From darkness to light: A student’s journey from illness to her true passion,” Takahashi’s article discusses how one student’s passion for Chinese language and culture grew despite medical setbacks.

The article’s abstract states, “Yin and yang are the dark-bright, polar opposites that cannot exist without each other. Much like Rachel Clay’s passion for Chinese language and culture wouldn’t exist if it weren’t for the pain she endured.”

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