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Great Family

Great Family:Meditation and Health

Sometimes, it’s good to slow down in a busy modern life. In this episode of Great Family, we will be talking about Meditation and Health. This time we are so happy to have Master Muyu, who is the Master of the Bodhi Meditation Center of the Bay Area (America) and Canada. We also have Master Shangwen, who has represented San Francisco Meditation Center, as well as Master Baoyu, who is from Milpitas Bailian Meditation Center, to be on the show to talk about how meditation benefits people’s health and wellbeing. Master JinBodhi will also tell us about what Meditation of Greater Illumination is. For those of you who are interested in learning more about meditation, this is an episode that you won’t want to miss.

San Francisco Meditation Center: 415-665-5136
Milpitas Bailian Meditation Center: 408-956-8662
Web: www.puti.org

“Great Family” series airs the last Sunday of each month at 10:30pm on KTSF.


Great Family is a multi-media initiative which highlights family related health and social issues affecting the Asian-American community. Each month, a Great Family tip is delivered via 30-second broadcast vignettes featuring experts in the fields of medicine, nutrition, education, business, etc. The complete, long form version of each expert interview is made available for streaming on greatfamily.ktsf.com and is broadcast on the last Sunday of each month at 10:30pm on KTSF-TV.

Mina Li is the Associate Director of Public Affairs, and Host of Mandarin Journal and Great Family at KTSF 26. She works directly with non-profit organizations in producing and screening Public Service Announcements, representing KTSF at events, and coordinating telethons. Mina was the President of Northern California Chinese Media Association for 2011 and 2012, and serves on the American Heart Association Western States Affiliate as 2013 to 2014 Commission of the Health Equity Task Force. She also serves on the Gum Moon Women’s Residence as a Board Secretary, and the Chinese Community Health Resource Center as a board member. In 2010, Mina was honored by the Chinese Consolidated Women’s Association and the Chinese Consolidated Family Association as an Outstanding Chinese American of the Year. She has also emceed community and fundraising events for Miss Chinatown USA, Miss Teen, US Pan Asian American Chamber of Commerce Education Foundation, China Disabled People’s Performing Art Troupe “My Dream” Charity Performance, etc. Mina hosted and produced various TV programs at KPST 66, KCNS 38, CCTV and Beijing TV in the past. She earned her BA degree in Radio & Television from San Francisco State University.