Halloween In China?

Countries in the East do not have Halloween, but they do celebrate something similar. Just as the Western festival focuses on ghosts and ghouls, the Eastern celebration is about the departed spirits of the underworld, …

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2017: Year of the Yin Fire Rooster

Today is the beginning of the Year of the Yin Fire Rooster. The Chinese New Year starts on the first New Moon of the year and ends February 15th, 2018. It promises to be a …

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Happy Chinese New Year!

“I am done with the past, the future has plenty of room for change.”

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The Year of The Sheep

The Year of the Horse is galloping out and the Year of the Sheep (also called goat or ram) is moseying in. The Chinese New Year is February 19. This Sheep year is associated with …

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Should Sheep Be Shunned???

The year of the Sheep (also known as Goat or Ram) is fast approaching, and it maybe  leading to a decline in pregnancies in China. Why? Apparently, superstitious Chinese parents-to-be consider the Sheep an unfortunate …

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The Secret About the “Secrets” in Acupuncture

I am honored to share this guest article by author Ioannis Solos, whose newest book ‘Developing Internal Energy for Effective Acupuncture Practice’ comes out this week.  Take it away Ioannis…. According to Hippocrates, the practice …

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Let’s Talk Halloween

I love Halloween; it’s one of my favorite holidays. When I was little my mother would go to great lengths to make me the perfect costume. In junior high, I won a costume contest at …

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