When Brian Cox visited Chongqing, China, in 2001, he had the good fortune to meet Tian Yong, a woman of 45 years who looked about 20. Shortly thereafter, he discovered she was a master of the ancient Chinese art of rejuvenation and anti-aging. Cox remained in Chongqing for five years during which time he learned a great deal about this art. Subsequently, he and Tian Yong co-authored the book “How to Look Younger and Live Longer”. Tian Yong explains that looking younger is a by-product of her art, not its goal. The important aspect of the art, according to Tian Yong, is to maintain health and youthful vigor so you can extend you lifespan while maintaining the quality of life you experienced when you were much younger. She sees no need for drugs, pills or crèmes; she had never even taken a multi-vitamin or any other nutrient made in a laboratory.