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Promotion of my acupuncture book

Good afternoon I believe I was about 2 years ago so bold as to promote one of my own little “books” here. This is less a “book”, much less any sort of text book, than an outline of my personal … Continue reading

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Foreign “studies”

ここでは”Foreign studies”は「外国で留学する」のではなく、日本の鍼灸を「外国人見学希望者を受け入れ話」になります。 自分のHPにある古い英文(外国人向け「発信」)を少し brush up をしました。 これを見て又日本で日本の鍼灸を見学したい人が現れるかもしれません。 日本の良さを世界に見せるチャンスです。(と私は勝手にそう思い込んでいます) 最後に外国人に覚えて貰えたら便利だと思っているフレーズは幾つかあります。 付き足した方がいいものあれば、是非とも教えて下さい。 I edited the old portions and added some new elements on a certain web page on my website. This is intended for foreigner interested in observing Japanese acupuncture and moxibustion … 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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Japanese-English glossary

Three years ago I posted the below text on an acupuncture forum (http://acmac.net/forum/), where it has been viewed about 300 times … although nobody is responding … Maybe it can be seen from my profile, that I am apart from … Continue reading

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Researchers make blunt point about bad acupuncture needles – Sydney Morning Herald

See on Scoop.it – Japanese acupuncture Sydney Morning Herald Researchers make blunt point about bad acupuncture needles Sydney Morning Herald Australian researchers have questioned the safety of commonly used acupuncture needles after they found some had blunt tips and metallic … Continue reading

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Why Japanese Cars Only Use English Badges

See on Scoop.it – my translation work Here’s something I’ve been wondering about for years: why does every Japanese car, even ones never intended for export, have their name badges in English? Why don’t any Japanese cars have chromed Japanese … Continue reading

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Stimulation – torture

Thomas’ Acupuncture Clinic http://www.einklang.com Well, this again is just my personal sentiment, but looking at some of the pictures pertaining to “acupuncture” found on the web – in conjunction with the doubtful pleasure of witnessing such treatments – I somehow … Continue reading

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