Deli Aroma LLC
Bio: Fai Chan
I started my career in 2014, and by now, I have published 10 articles with international journals. I have recently published two books in Chinese in China, and I am the publisher of the digital journal — Aroma Search. It is a Chinese aromatherapy journal. One of the largest Chinese publisher is very interested in my work and would like me to write for it.
Recently, I have signed a contract to write a chapter in Jack Canfield’s forthcoming book — The Road To Success. He is the co-author of the Chicken Soup for the Soul series. I will be inducted into the National Academy of Best Selling Authors, and will attend the award ceremony in Hollywood in September.
The Wall Street Journal is arranging an interview with me. I will appear in the TV show(s) for an interview in Hollywood in the second half of the year.
Since I started posting on weibo (the largest Chinese social media), my posts have been hot picks.
I am serving the board of a world leading aromatherapy association called AIA (Alliance of International Aromatherapists). I am also the chair of the publication committee there. I am a clinical member (CMAIA) of that association.
I am now helping IJPHA (International Journal of Professional Holistic Aromatherapy) to translate the articles into Chinese as they are planning to have their presence in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan.
I am also helping renowned aromatherapists in our industry to translate their work into Chinese and am helping them promote their books. I am also co-authoring books with them.
Some of my work can be found via Academic Search Engine EBSCOhost.
My company Deli Aroma LLC is dedicated to holistic healing protocols. My specialities are mainly in the healing of emotional issues with aromatherapy. Based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) framework, with the synergistic effects of combining the therapeutic approach with chemistry, my remedies are very effective. I take joy in knowing my clients personally, and give them personalized care. I put a lot of time and effort in doing followups. I ask a lot of questions and firmly believe that, when they get healed, they will thank me for that.
When you are sick, you may not know the best treatment. As a therapist, I am very clear what works best.