In October of 2020, Kelson Sun, the founder of Shouren, came to America with his wife and daughter, beginning the new adventure for FREEDOM. In order to seek the workable routine for those Chinese who want to have a new life in another country, Kelson and his family did extensive research in CA and Texas.
In July of 2021, according to the suggestion from well-known economist Mr. Xiao Zhao, and the experiences accumulated in the past 20 years in different areas, such as TCM, IT, consumption, business management, investment, Charities etc., Kelson and his wife Fiona set up a new company as Wahgen Inc. and began the project of “Shouren Herbal Valley”:
Developing a closed-loop industrial chain with Traditional Chinese Medicine as the core, gradually establish industrial parks covering multiple industries such as agriculture, industry, trade, training, and service industries.
Kelson Sun, founder of Shouren and Wahgen Inc. Devoted to helping patients get rid of pain and return to natural balance through “Simultaneous treatment of body and mind” using traditional Chinese medicine.
Mr. Zhuang graduated from Linyi University with a major in Applied Mathematics and Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a major in Traditional Chinese Medicine. He has over ten years of professional experience in the field of Traditional Chinese Medicine and has completed a two-year advanced training program at the affiliated hospital of Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In mainland China, he has his own unique clinical experience and enjoys a good reputation. His theories on blood stasis, the interdependence of dryness and dampness, and the interdependence of cold and heat have enriched the modern theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine diagnosis and treatment. With his enthusiasm and dedication to Traditional Chinese Medicine, he has achieved good results in many conditions, including fatigue, coronary heart disease, benign prostatic hyperplasia, kidney stones, fatty liver, dysmenorrhea, uterine fibroids, polycystic ovary syndrome, and thromboangiitis obliterans.