The Chinatown Medicine Society

Originally founded by a group of Akashic healers, the Chinatown Medicine Society has been a promoter of traditional Chinese healing and an instrumental force in establishing San Francisco’s Chinatown. They are based at a traditional medicine called Sun Simiao’s, which acts as their node. They were the first cabal in San Francisco to realize the existence of the Gouge and approached the Mission and the Magnus Temple in assisting them to put it down.

Members
William Lai, the middle-aged proprietor of Sun Simiao’s, William is a healer first and fore-most. He is soft-spoken, seeing the duty of the Lighthouse as to attend to the Gouge like a doctor would tend to a wound. He has a wife and three children.
Emily Tsui Chong, highly involved in local politics, especially Chinatown and leftist politics. She has her
Wei Cheng-gong, a refugee from the people’s republic of China. Wei Cheng-gong is trained in

Relations with Other Chantry Members
La Casa de Santa Muerta Lesser of two evils.
The Magnus Temple Probably the best example of what Hermetics are like when they do things right.
The Mission

The Chinatown Medicine Society

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