May Yue
Author of Tao Of Youth

Creator of Biolaxin
Harvard Educated

May Yue was born in Fujien, buying viagra in canada China in a family with six children. At the age of four, May’s family moved to Taipo (a fishing village outside Hong Kong) to escape Communism. Her family lost everything in the move and buy cialis 32 had to start all over again. At the age of 14, her family moved to nearby Kowloon, near Hong Kong.

May comes from a long family tradition of medical doctors. Her father and cialis generic viagra grandfather were physicians. Her grandfather, a certified British Royal Surgeon, started a medical school and five of his six children, including one daughter, became physicians. All of May’s brothers are physicians. As superintendent of the cialis 5mg cheap major Hong Kong hospitals, May’s father helped bring the system to a modern standard of care.

At the age of 18, May Yue went to the United States to attend college and obtained a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from the University of Minnesota. She received further training in financial planning and management and founded and operated her own business in financial services for 14 years. She completed Owner/President Management (OPM) work at the Harvard Business School and cheap soft viagra for six years served as President and CEO of Norris Education Innovations, Inc., an education software company started by the legendary William Norris, the founder of pioneer supercomputing giant Control Data, Inc.

Since the year 2000, May has been President and Chief Executive officer of SKY BioHealth Solutions, Inc., a company founded by her brother Dr. Sam Yue and herself, which sells health-related products based upon his inventions and patents.

May Yue is a Women of cialis lowest price Enterprise Award winner and recipient of the Bush Foundation Fellowship. She currently serves or has served on the Board of Directors for several organizations including: the National Association of Foreign Student Advisors (NAFSA); the Metropolitan Economic Development Association (MEDA); and the Greater Minnesota Corporation (GMC).