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Home > Points Newsletter > February 2003

Points Newsletter - February 2003

Dr. Mao's Prediction for 2003, the Year of the Black Sheep
By Maoshing Ni

The oldest and most important festival in China is the Spring Festival or the Chinese New Year. In China the date of the new year is determined by the lunar calendar rather than the Western (Gregorian) calendar, so the date of the holiday varies from late January to mid February. More...


Report from the Fifth World Congress on Qigong

Over 400 Qi enthusiasts from many countries as well as throughout Canada and USA attended The Fifth World Congress on Qigong and The Fifth American Qigong Association Conference that took place from November 1st to 4th, 2002 in San Francisco. More...


The Everything Tai Chi and Qigong Book
Book Review by Anton Borja

The Everything Tai Chi and Qigong BookIt was bound to happen. With the proliferation of how-to books available in the market and with a growing interest in Chinese medical arts, Tai Chi and Qigong would soon be subjects worthy of their own how-to book. More...

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Q: My husband and I have been trying to conceive a child. Can acupuncture improve my chances of becoming pregnant?

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