Tag Archives: Japan

Translation / Interpretation service

Apart from being an acupuncturist I have been working for over 30 years as a freelance translator. Translation used to be the basis of my families livelihood, whereas I consider acupuncture my “calling”. Since I could make our living on … Continue reading

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WFAS 2016 — oh, please …

I have thought for a while, whether I should say/write this here. Finally I made my decision. In November this year a world conference about acupuncture (WFAS 2016) will be held in Japan. People working in this field probably know … Continue reading

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Japanese seem to be rather steadfast people ….

By chance I just came across this article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_oldest_companies According to the article – first published by a KOREAN (a people that dispises the Japanese) bank – Japan is the country the largest number of very old companies. Interesting! The … Continue reading

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Acudiversity …

Acudiversity … I have been trying to help foreigners wishing to observe Japanese acupuncture in Japan for at least 15 years. Unfortunately, I must say, Japanese practitioners are not very forthcoming when I ask/ed for their help. Most (close to … Continue reading

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Whaling – a disgrace!

In general I speak if not “on behalf” (nobody has asked me nor given me such a permission) then at least “in favor” of Japan and the Japanese. But whaling is one of the things I cannot help but call … Continue reading

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Why I LOVE the Japanese people: How to lose $7,000 of gear and get every bit back

See on Scoop.it – Japanese acupuncture     My most recent trip to the annual CP+ show in Yokohama was my seventh to Japan to date, and the more I visit, the more I come to love the country. The … Continue reading

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Japanese acupuncture

In thise ebook I describe some personal views pertaining to acupuncture mostly with a layman audience in mind. I firmly believe, that the “Japanese style” of acupuncture and moxibustion is better suited for most western foreigners than the Chinese form. … Continue reading

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