The Dragon's Journey
By Duy Long Nguyen and James Knight
Foreword by Rupert Murdoch and Frank Lowy
Duy Long Nguyen ( Longy ) left Vietnam, with his mother's blessing, on a boat bound anywhere safe. He carried with him too many memories of war. He had seen things no child should ever see.
Fate saw him arrive in Australia. Determined to find his way in his new country, he battled racism and struggled for acceptance. He found work as a bodyguard and was soon straddling both sides of the law.
After surviving a shoot-out in Sydney's Chinatown, he helped uncover corruption in the New South Wales police force. Then, turning his back on violence, he realised he had a very special gift - taught to him by indigenous tribes in the jungles of Vietnam and never forgotten - the gift to heal.
His hands are now his trade and his magic, and his client list reads like a who's who of celebrity. From movie stars to millionaires, models to media magnates, Longy's ability is much in demand.
" .....We are just two of hundreds, probably thousands, to say how grateful we are that Longy has succeeded...because without his healing intervention we would not be as active as we are. Anyone who has had back problems will know how limiting they can be.
Longy is a remarkable human being. We both feel privileged to have met him. This book deserves to be kept on the top shelf of any collection. "
Rupert Murdoch - Frank Lowy, 2004
Longy has opened his Sydney Pain Clinic to the public in support of his charity. He specialises in back and neck pain, shoulder pain, sports injuries and other common conditions. For further information please go to the Pain Clinic page.
— Longy in the news with Elle Macpherson
— Rugby League captain receives a back treatment
— Pain treatment for rugby league greats
— Shoulder Injury for Melbourne Cup Winning Jockey
— Back and neck pain problems