About Us

Our Approach

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Our Story

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Meet the Society’s Leadership

Shaojun Lv


Ph.D., Professor at Beijing Normal University, College of P.E. and Sports, Martial Arts eight-segment, Martial Arts National Referee, and Dragon and lion dance international referee. His research focuses on the theory and practice of national folk sports, scientific research on Tai Chi, and Martial Arts with international collaboration


Phillip Kuo


M.D., Ph.D. Professor at the University of Arizona. He graduated in chemistry (Harvard), earned an MD/Ph.D (the U. of Virginia),  post-graduate training included residency in Internal Medicine (UCLA), fellowship in Nuclear Medicine and residency in Radiology (Yale). He has board certifications in Nuclear Medicine, Radiology, Internal Medicine, and Nuclear Cardiology. Scientific interests span basic, translational and clinical research in molecular imaging.

Yan Han


Professor, Full Librarian with Tenure at the University of Arizona. A recognized expert in scholarly publishing and digital content management, including digitization, digital preservation, metadata, machine learning and its applications. He participated/ participates in ISO standards in DOI, PDF (ISO 32000), PDF/A(ISO 19005), PDF/UA, and XMP(ISO 16684).

Guofeng Qu

President Elect

Ph.D., Professor at Beijing Normal University, College of P.E. and Sports. Research topics: Martial arts history, martial arts culture thought, martial arts teaching, comparative study of Chinese and foreign martial arts, sports history, history of sports thought.


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