Yu Huanxin is associate professor and director of the Sculpture Department of the College of Art and Design at HNU and supervisor of postgraduates.
This artifact portrays Hua Tuo, a great doctor in ancient China. Hua Tuo, one of the representatives of the ancient Chinese medical world, was proficient in all subjects, especially surgery. He invented “anesthesia powder” and the “five animal exercises,” highly respected for generations. The artifact shows Hua Tuo, ready to go out to practice medicine with his portable medical kit. The artifact is a draft made as a public sculpture for the Shijiazhuang municipal government. Its enlarged version will be placed in the Shijiazhuang Medicine Expo Garden.