Hare-Lip Surgery in the History of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Wei Yongzhi, also called Wei Changdao, a native of Rencheng,3 who came of a poor family,
while engaged in farm work, studied with tireless zeal. Born with a * t "Tu Que" (harelip),
he was told by an expert physiognomist that he should be wealthy and noble. When he
was eighteen, he heard that a "ming yi" (famous medical man) under At' Yin Zhongkan,
the Governor of Jingzhou, could heal it.