Written by Yitzi Weiner, A “Positive” Influencer, Founder & Editor of Authority Magazine, CEO of Thought Leader Incubator, On Authority Magazine on Medium.com and thriveglobal.comdrwang microscope picture

Who you are working with is more important than what you’re working on. With the right business partner, you might be able to do the right thing; but, with the wrong partner, you will never be able to do the right thing.

As part of my series about “individuals and organizations making an important social impact”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Ming Wang.

by Paul Engel | Sep 30, 2021 | Politics, World

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Santayana said, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” There is plenty of history, and even current events, that We, the American people, should remember. If not, we will be condemned to repeat the tyranny we refuse to learn from.

Today, I talk with two people who can provide some insights into where America is going. First, Dr. Ming Wang will tell us what it was like growing up in Communist China during the Cultural Revolution. Dr. Wang describes life without freedom, without rights, and without opportunity. Then I talk with Cathi Chamberlain about her reporting of what has been going on in Australia. The question is, are these a preview of what America will look like in the coming years?

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In this episode of THE MENTORS RADIO, host Tom Loarie interviews guest mentor Dr. Ming Wang, M.D., Ph.D., a man who transitioned from facing deportation to rural China for a life of hard labor in his native country where he grew up, to making in to the United States - by the slimmest of chances. In the U.S., Ming received an M.D. from Harvard, magna cum laude, and a Ph.D. in laser physics from MIT. Now a world-renown, multi-award-winning eye surgeon, Nashville, Tennessee-based Dr. Wang has never forgotten his roots.


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Ming Wang, Harvard & MIT (MD, magna cum laude); PhD, Co-founder, the Common Ground Network

Our nation is polarized. We seem to be unable to agree on anything. However, the recent riots and violence at the Capitol revealed something on which all of us do agree, i.e., in the greatest country on earth, democracy is what we as Americans deeply treasure.

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