Dr. Lim Xiang Jun

Education and Training

Having to have spent more than 6 years in Beijing has given Xiang Jun time to explore deeply into the Chinese culture and develop the wisdom to apply the philosophies behind the different artistry to her clinical TCM practice.

Trained under masters from both top academic field and those who live incognito, Xiang Jun is well versed in administering TCM and acupuncture treatments that bring surprisingly immediate relief to many kinds of conditions. Her knowledge and practice of the ancient zither has imparted her meditative, breathing and fingers technique that she incorporates in her acupuncture and TCM practice.

A yoga teacher and a practising yogini (Yoga Alliance RYT 200 Certified Yoga Teacher), Xiang Jun often incorporates knowledge from Yoga therapy as a form of therapeutic homework for patients.  She is also a Certified Reiki Level 1 & 2 practitioner.

Not only is she apt to traditional forms of healing, her Biomedical Science background has aid her to understand and handle a clinical condition from the modern Western medical point of view. In summary, she likes to explain conditions to her patients using Western medicine theories but treating them with natural, organic, non-invasive and green therapies.

Besides pain management for acute injury and chronic pains, Xiang Jun also specializes in TCM treatments for women’s health (such as cysts and fibroids, menstrual and menopausal issues) and beauty (such as facial rejuvenation and sculpting and body sculpting).

Xiang Jun also treats conditions related to gastroenterological conditions such as gastric reflux, indigestion, constipation, diarrhoea etc., and respiratory conditions such as flu, cough, pneumonia etc.

She converses well both in English and Mandarin.

Online Articles Published

• Sassy Mama



– http://www.sassymamasg.com/chinese-herbs-during-pregnancy-we-chat-to-the-expert/

– http://www.sassymamasg.com/tai-jiao-nurture-before-birth-the-tcm-way/

• What therapy


• Simply Her Magazine August 2015 issue


Scientific Journals published

  • Recognized SCI journal: Lin XJ, Li R. Comparative research and discussion between clinical research literatures published in foreign SCI journals and Chinese core domestic journals in the treatment of low back pain with acupuncture [J]. Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, June 2014, 34(3):373-380.
  • Lin XJ, Li R. Questionings towards notion of “Acupuncture is just a placebo”: using comparative research of literatures on acupuncture both domestic and foreign as discussion basis. [J]. Tianjin Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2013, 30(10):632-636.
    《“针灸只是安慰剂”之质疑 – 以国内外针灸文献对比研究为讨论基础》.第一作者.天津中医药[J].2013,30(10):632-636
  • Lin XJ, Li R. Gaps in current acupuncture research. [J]. Liaoning Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine, 2015, 42(1):159-160.
  • Lin XJ, Li R. Reflections into the latent contradictions between the “placebo” concept and traditional Chinese medicine. [J]. Zhongguo Zhenjiu, 2013, 33(3):269-272.
  • Lin XJ, Li R. Comparison and thinking on literatures of low back pain treated with acupuncture-moxibustion published in foreign SCI journals and domestic core journals. [J]. Zhongguo Zhenjiu, 2012, 32(7):644-648.
  • 《释家调心观与中医调神》.第一作者.中国针灸学会年会论文集[C].2011:278-282
  • 《养生即为养心——我之关于养生的理解》.第一作者.中国针灸学会年会论文集[C].2011:266-270