The Dragon's Journey - Foreword by Rupert Murdoch and Frank Lowy - New Website Launch

Sydney, Australia, January 30, 2010 --( The new website for ‘The Dragon’s Journey’, published by HarperCollins, has been launched in Sydney this week. The book, with foreword by Rupert Murdoch and Frank Lowy, is the story of Duy Long Nguyen (‘Longy’), a teenage refugee from the Vietnam war who eventually became healer to some of the most influential people in the world.

The website, introduces the book first published in 2004. It tells of Longy's life since escaping war-torn Vietnam to the present, with photographs and stories relating to his involvement with celebrities such as Keanu Reeves, Linford Christie, Elle Macpherson and many Australian rugby league and boxing greats.

Coinciding with the launch of the web site, Longy has opened his Sydney pain clinic to the public. Local and international clients will have the opportunity to receive treatments from Longy for their lower back and neck pain, sporting injuries and other chronic conditions.

Funds from Longy’s pain clinic will support his latest charitable project. He will create a home in rural Vietnam providing protection and a future for homeless children who would otherwise be vulnerable to exploitation.

Longy’s healing abilities are a result of over forty years of learning from masters in Vietnam, Thailand, Hong Kong and Japan. Combining his eastern therapies with conventional western clinical treatments, Longy has established an international reputation as a healer, summed up in the words of Rupert Murdoch and Frank Lowy.

".....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."

For further informatiion visit

The Dragon's Journey
Neil Hill
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