Advocating of oranic farming:
Composting of table scraps from household:
During engaging in organic farming, Dr. Wu realized the key point of organic farming lay in the massive application of compost. In 1999 with the cooperation of a high-tech Canadian, Pierre Loisel who is a retired Vice President from MiTAC International Corp. , Dr. Wu successfully developed the composting method of table scraps, which is estimated to be at least 200 million tons yearly in Taiwan. This success has further urged the EPA to encourage collect ion of table scraps from households. Table scraps were originally dumped into landfills or incinerated, today it is recycled as hog food or rendered into compost.
© Copyright Charisma International Consulting Co., Ltd 2010-2023.
Education, Activities, and Societies:
Dr. Wu has been a featured speaker at numerous industry conferences and he has published many articles, papers, and books with regards to life and behavior coaching, meditation, organic farming and the philosophy of Confucianism, Taoism, and Zen Buddhism. His book “ZEN Q Practice” published recently is highly appreciated by the corporate leaders in the various markets. Dr. Wu received his Ph.D. in Agronomy from the Technical University of Berlin, Germany, and his M.A. and B.A. degrees in Agricultural Chemistry from the National Taiwan University. Prior to Charisma International Consulting, he was teaching at the National Taiwan University over 16 years. Besides his native tongue, Mandarin, Dr. Wu also speaks fluent English and German.
Dr. Wu is the first intellectual to publicly advocate organic farming. Although as early as 1984, organic farming was introduced to Taiwan, most of the intellectual opinions regarded it only as a purely environment-friendly concept without any commercial viability. Against the major trend, Dr. Wu persisted in his faith, obtained from Zen-training, and dedicated himself since 1993 to organic farming without any hesitation. Now organic farming is a reliable mechanism to help farmers improve their income.
Traditional Chinese Nan-Guang music therapy; natural diet therapy; life coaching; behavior coaching;
organic farming; Zen-meditation; philosophy of Confucianism, Taoism, and Buddhism.
Aug 2007 – Jul 2008: Retreat in a Zen monastery located in central Taiwan mountains.
Aug 2008 – Sep 2009: Life coaching and behavior coaching at NPOs(Non-Profit Organizations)
Oct 2009 – Jul 2010: Retreat in a Zen monastery located in central Taiwan mountains.
Aug 1991 - Jul 2007: Associate Professor, Department of Agriculture Chemistry at National Taiwan University
Specialties & Professional Profile: