Cryonics is the low-temperature preservation of humans who can no longer be sustained by contemporary medicine, with the hope that lives will ultimately be extended through future developments in science, technology, and medicine. Via Cryonics, important cells, tissues and organs, and even the entire human body, is preserved via liquid nitrogen, till the day resuscitation is realizable.

So far, Cryonics has been an American phenomenon. The idea was first formulated by American physics and mathematics professor Robert Ettinger. The first and earliest organizations to actively supply cryonics services were created by Americans and housed on American soil. But today, we are going to introduce Cryonics to Chinese people. We provide all initial procedures, transport in China but not storage. The patients will be eventually stored at Cryonics Institute, Michigan.


Would you like to live forever, here on this earth? In the very near future this may become a real possibility. Indeed, in theory it is possible now, for if one was to be deep-frozen and stored away it is inevitable that in fifty, or a hundred, or a thousand years (time becomes meaningless in this context) surgery will have progressed to the point where damage to the cells which is at present irreparable will be able to be repaired.