Edward Bunker, a reiki practitioner at Balance Health in Hong Kong’s Central district, has been partially paralysed on his right side since birth. Photo: Jonathan Wong Edward Bunker, a reiki practitioner at Balance Health in Hong Kong’s Central district, has been partially paralysed on his right side since birth. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Edward Bunker, a reiki practitioner at Balance Health in Hong Kong’s Central district, has been partially paralysed on his right side since birth. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Wellness

Living with a disability didn’t stop this reiki practitioner leading a full life – parents’ tough love and can-do attitude gave him the drive to achieve

  • A lack of oxygen to his brain at birth led to partial paralysis on the right side of Edward Bunker’s body, but his parents’ ‘tough love’ helped him overcome it
  • After experiencing the energy healing practice of reiki, he learned it himself and now helps others as well

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Edward Bunker, a reiki practitioner at Balance Health in Hong Kong’s Central district, has been partially paralysed on his right side since birth. Photo: Jonathan Wong Edward Bunker, a reiki practitioner at Balance Health in Hong Kong’s Central district, has been partially paralysed on his right side since birth. Photo: Jonathan Wong
Edward Bunker, a reiki practitioner at Balance Health in Hong Kong’s Central district, has been partially paralysed on his right side since birth. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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