The chinese civilization is blessed with a very rich culture of wisdom -

Especially Buddhist, confucian and daoist philosophy.

Great saints and sages have arisen throughout the 5000 years of recorded Chinese history. They left us with blessings and teachings that represent the core of Buddhist, Confucian and Daoist philosophy in China.

The purpose of this site is to share some of the teachings from  the masters of Buddhist, confucian and daoist philosophy, so we can integrate their wisdom into our modern life for the upliftment and fulfillment of all.

About LI Siming:

LI Siming (Derek) is a spiritual teacher specializing in Daoist philosophy and non-duality. He has held lectures in Confucius, Daoist and Buddhist philosophy in the US, Hong Kong, and China. He is currently residing in Hong Kong, teaching Chinese culture, philosophy and meditation.

Derek started his spiritual pursuit at college.  Apart from academic exposure in eastern and western philosophy, he trained himself in a variety of physical, mental and spiritual disciplines, including Shaolin Kungfu, Taichi, Qigong, Traditional Chinese Medicine, Judo,

Hatha Yoga, Chakra Energy Healing, Zen Meditation, Self Enquiry, and Devotional Nonduality.

Derek is fluent in English and Chinese, He attained a Master’s Degree in Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), worked as a researcher and engineer in the US, and as planner and police inspector in Hong Kong. He is married, and he strives to live his life as a transcended yet normal person in the world.

Derek Li Si Ming

Derek Li Si Ming

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Testimonials

Nicolas Fontaine, Montreal, Canada

Nicolas Fontaine

What I liked about Derek’s approach to the Chinese classics is its simplicity. There is no room for glamour or chichi, he goes directly to the essential for spiritual cultivation in daily life. He helped me refine the basics and solidify the foundation of my meditation practice.

Nicolas Fontaine
Montreal, Canada

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