Her Chinese Medicine journey started at the International Medical University (IMU) in 2013, and she subsequently transferred credits to RMIT in 2016. She completed her degree in English, but she has studied a course in TCM Literature and can communicate in Mandarin fluently.Ms Lee gradually developed her interest in Chinese Medicine throughout her studies. She was invited as a foreign student to observe at the Affiliated Hospital of NanJing University of Chinese Medicine for a period of 4 months. When she started practicing at the RMIT student clinic, she began to build up skills in acupuncture and doctor-to-patient communication.
She discovered her passion as she interacted with patients and helped them to understand the concept behind Chinese Medicine. While working at a Gynaecology and Fertility TCM clinic in Melbourne, she regularly dealt with patients and her interest in this field grew.
Ms Lee was certain that she wanted to specialise in fertility treatments after she graduated. Hence, she went on to join Xi Fertility TCM Centre as an acupuncturist and looks forward to help many future couples start a family.