You nearly, or probably you did already answer my last question and this would be: your future plans. Do you have any plans for the future?
I would – intermediate plan – like to organize more platforms of real good sharing information, shared learning, shared experience and with good quality and people within my specialities. I don’t see myself as providing a platform for the whole wide world, for anybody, but my family heritage, what they have told me, passed down to me, I would like to put on this platform and what I am doing now like the Qigong and trying to help more people. I would – just within my capability – let’s put it this way, I am not that ambitious, but I would like to make this platform a little bit more professional to have a bigger team of instructors who share the same vision and like to spread the work a little bit more.
And a little bit longer, ideally – I do not know whether… – ideally to have a linked centre with China. I have a center in the West and a center in China… – at the moment we are very close to everything in China, with a big network in China, but it will be nice to think if I had a permanent base like another school back in my hometown where everything gives me the original sources of inspiration and to have one – maybe somewhere in Wudang Mountain or like another spiritual place – just happen to bring the root back in there. We have got good connections there and strong working relations, but I am thinking that will be amazing to make this bridge stronger. I see myself as building this bridge to let West and East integrate and meet and understand that culture is beyond geographic locations. – Maybe a little to ambitious and too big – but we shall see…
Faye, thank you very, very much that you took the time, this extra day here in Hannover! – I really enjoyed the interview and your company as well and I am definitely looking forward to seeing you very soon again. Thank you!
Thank you, it has been a pleasure. Thank you, Nils.
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