2022 Canadian International Symposium on TCM and Acupuncture


Apr 16-17, 2022 Virtual Zoom Conference (Live Streaming)


In order to better inherit and promote the academic of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and Acupuncture, and to further develop the distinctive role of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) and Acupuncture in the human health care system, the Alliance of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine of Canada (AACMC) and Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners of Great Vancouver (BCTCM) will co-organize the 2022 Canadian International Symposium on TCM and Acupuncture (Virtual Conference) to be held in Vancouver, British Columbia (BC), Canada on April 16-17, 2022 Pacific Standard Time (PST, Vancouver time).

The conference will be organized with themes focusing on TCM & Acupuncture, and Qi Gong for Pain, Depression, and Metabolic and Immune Disorders in terms of syndrome differentiation and treatment, Chinese Herbal Medicine formulas and strategies, the successful case study, and unique insights and expertise. Your presentation will enable our TCM & Acupuncture practitioners to gain knowledge and improve the academic competency and professional skills. We will commit to promoting TCM & Acupuncture on the schedule of the conference is from 9:00 am to 22:00 pm (Vancouver Time) on April 16, 2022 and 10:10 am to 22:00 pm (Vancouver Time) on April 17, 2022. (April 17, 00:00 am to April 18, 13:00 pm. Beijing Time).

We look forward to meeting you soon virtually at the conference.

Early Bird Registration (Until April 03)


Regular Registration


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AACMC Member

Fee: Free


70 years elders

Fee: Free


Dr. Huang Huang
Topic: Classical Interpretation and Clinical Application of Chai Hu jia Long Gu Mu Li Tang (Bupleurum Plus Dragon Bone and Oyster Shell Decoction)

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


Professor and Doctoral Supervisor, Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine

Dean of the International Jing Fang Institute at the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine

World renowned specialist in Shang Han Lun, Jing Fang practice

 Dr. Huang, Famous Chinese medicine doctor of Jiangsu Province, is a professor and doctoral supervisor at Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine. Dr. Huang serves as a member of the Standing Committee of the Jiangsu Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, the vice chairman of the Jiangsu Committee of Chinese Peasant and Worker Democratic Party, and the chairman of the Nanjing Municipal Committee of Chinese Peasant and Worker Democratic Party. Dr. Huang has focused on studying the experiences of famous TCM clinicians and examining the different schools of classical formulas, with a particular emphasis on studying the herb and formula indications. Dr. Huang is dedicated to and engaged in promoting and lecturing about Jing Fang across the world. Dr. Huang also hosts the world’s largest academic website on Jing Fang (Classical Formulas) Huang Huang Jing Fang (Classical Formulas) Forum http://www.hhjfsl.com”.




In this presentation, I would like to explain the details of function, indication, application of this famous Chinese herbal ingredient: Chai Hu jia Long Gu Mu Li Tang (Bupleurum Plus Dragon Bone and Oyster Shell Decoction), which was originally from 1500 years’ ago Zhang Zhongjing’s “Shang Han Lun”. This formula has been widely used for mental disorders treatment! 

Mr. David Bomzon
Topic: Zs YNSA point for treating Prkinsons disease

Language:English Speaking, oral Chinese translation


David Bomzon is a Chinese medicine therapist and lecturer who specializes in acupuncture in neurological rehabilitation (neuroacupuncture) and is considered to be the leading authority on rehabilitative acupuncture in Israel. 

David graduated from “East-West College for Classical Chinese Medicine” in Tel-Aviv, Israel in 2006 and is a former student of Dr Toshikatsu Yamamoto, the discoverer of Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA).

David established the “Pnima Center” in 2007, the largest community clinic in Israel for Integrative Chinese medicine, which combines classical Chinese medicine and YNSA with western medicine. The “Pnima Center” is a unique support center which provides continuing professional enrichment, as well as professional guidance to new graduates and experienced practitioners in the field of complementary medicine.

David is the lead acupuncturist in the Rehabilitation Department, Bnai-Zion Medical Center in Haifa, Israel and he is involved in clinical research which is investigating the benefits of YNSA in neurological rehabilitation. 

As a leading authority on YNSA in Israel, David is regularly invited to lecture on YNSA at professional gatherings and conferences around the world.

In 2015, David also opened the “Pnima International School of Scalp Acupuncture”. which holds live and delivers online YNSA workshops and in 2020 David published a book titled “Clinical Handbook of Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture”

Throughout his career as a therapist, lecturer, and mentor, David has pushed for the integral combination of acupuncture, Chinese medicine and scalp acupuncture.


Yamamoto New Scalp Acupuncture (YNSA) is named after the Japanese physician, Dr. Toshikatsu Yamamoto, who developed this acupuncture system in 1973. YNSA is used to treat neurological conditions, and is both effective and immediate in stroke patients with pain and/or restricted mobility.  As a result, the use of YNSA has increased and has become the most frequently used form of acupuncture. YNSA comprises basic acupuncture points (somatopes) mainly on the scalp, as well as on other body regions. In addition to providing symptomatic relief, YNSA is sometimes curative.

In this 40 minute talk I will speak and teach you the location and indications of the ZS ynsa point.

This point was not found by Dr Yamamoto but by Dr. med. Dorothea Zeise-Süss, a specialist in general medicine, naturopathic treatment, acupuncture, teaching practice for general medicine at the University of Heidelberg,

Here first use of this point was in 2007 for treating woman with hormonal imbalance, later on in the years she found the point was also useful for Parkinson’s desices.

This point was excepted by dr yamaoto into his method.

Dr. Camille Elenne Egidio
Topic: Application of electroacupuncture in the treatment of post-traumatic neuropathy of the left fibular nerve-clinical case

Language:English Speaking, oral Chinese translation


Physiotherapist (PT) and Licensed Acupuncturist (L.Ac.) in Brazil

  • Graduated in Physiotherapy at Uniban / Brazil;
  • Post-graduated in Acupuncture from Einstein College with specializations in Beijing and Tianjin in China;
  • Post-graduate student in Human Physiology at the ABC Medical College;
  • Graduated in Bioenergetic Acupuncture by CEMETC in Madrid / Spain;
  • Member of the Ibero-American TCM Committee of the European Foundation of Traditional Chinese Medicine (FEMTC);
  • Member of the Free Clinical Working Committee of the World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion (WFAS);
  • Member of the Executive Council of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine (WFCMS);
  • Coordinator of the Post-Graduate Program in Acupuncture at the Faculty of Technology of Curitiba (FATEC-PR);
  • Invited professor at the Institute of Traditional Medicine of Portugal (IMT);
  • Invited professor at the Center for Integrative Biological Medicine in Argentina (MBI);
  • Former Director of the Union of Acupuncturists and Oriental Therapists of SP (SATOSP);
  • Public Relations at Panathlon Club International of Brazil;
  • Administrative Director at Kai Xuan 凯旋 Therapeutic Materials;
  • Founder, general coordinator and professor at the Long Tao Institute 龙道学院;
  • Lecturer and guest professor in several schools and universities in Brazil, among them: Universidade Anhembi Morumbi, Universidade Metodista, Universidade Anhanguera and Uniban;
  • Speaker at several National (Brazil) and International Congresses and Events (Chile, Spain, Portugal, Argentina, France, Panama, Turkey and China).

Post-traumatic neuropathy is a condition in which the nerves have been affected by trauma, such as accidents, falls or sports injuries that can rupture or damage such innervations. Peripheral nerves are responsible for forwarding information from the brain and spinal cord to the rest of the body. Peripheral neuropathy can cause permanent nerve damage and is often a disabling and even fatal problem. Electroacupuncture is a neuromodulatory therapeutic modality, which uses small electrical stimuli applied to two or more needles inserted in acupuncture points. This study aimed to demonstrate the effects of electroacupuncture in the treatment of post-traumatic neuropathy of the left fibular nerve in a female patient. The patient underwent an electroneuromyography exam before treatment, in which neuropathy was confirmed with the presence of nerve conduction block. Subsequently, 9 (nine) electroacupuncture sessions were performed at the acupuncture points located in the injured region in this patient and then, again, the electroneuromyography exam was performed to verify the possible results presented with such treatment method. The test result showed that electroacupuncture was extremely effective in the treatment of peripheral neuropathy of the patient under study.  

Keywords: Peripheral neuropathy. Electroacupuncture. Electroneuromyography. 


  Dr. Saadat Bagherigaleh
Topic: The development of the Therapeutic Alliance in Acupuncture treatments of Gulf War Illness (GWI) 

Language:English Speaking, oral Chinese translation


Coach, medical doctor, acupuncturist, department chair and faculty of Biomedicine, clinical hypnotherapist, pedagogical researcher.Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Western and Oriental Medicine.

Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Master of Acupuncture and Herbal Medicine(2017); Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences

Doctor of Medicine – MD (2011)

Honors & Awards: Society of Acupuncture Research (SAR)’s conference scholarship, San Francisco, CA ; Nominated to be member of The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, 2016 ; The Bob Flaws/Honora Lee Wolfe Scholarship, University of Bridgeport, 2013 & 2014 ; Nationally ranked as “Exceptional talents” upon graduating from medical university ; Ranked 4th in National Comprehensive Test of Basic Sciences; Ranked in the top 0.05% in the National University Entrance Examinatio


Purpose: To evaluate therapeutic alliance (TA) between the patient and the practitioner during a course of acupuncture treatments of Gulf War Illness (GWI) using the Working Alliance Inventory (WAI). Data comes from a completed 3.5-year Army-funded RCT. Individualized acupuncture treatments were administered by practitioners in the community for a possible treatment window of 6 months. Thirty-two experienced practitioners were given training in the known medical information of GWI, and treated the range of GWI presentations in the best manner they knew, with only limited restriction (e.g. herbs were not allowed). Methods: To better understand how TA changes over time, we calculated and graphed WAI scores for both study groups: biweekly treatment, 2 months of waitlist followed by weekly treatment.  Paired-samples t-tests are used to measure improvement in WAI-SR scores for baseline and endpoint (6 months) in all factors (task, bond and goal). Results: As the study progressed over time, dyads reported increasingly more positive scores on the all 3 WAI-SR factors. Although, both the weekly dose and biweekly dose groups approximately had same WAI-SR scores at the endpoint (6 months), WAI-SR initial scores in all 3 factors were lower in the weekly dose group compared to the biweekly group. There was a significant improvement in WAI-SR scores for baseline (2 months) and endpoint (6 months) in all 3 factors in the weekly group using paired-samples t-test (p < 0.01). Conclusion: Our findings indicate importance of time and receiving treatments in gaining and improving therapeutic alliance. Our results also emphasized adverse effects of being in waiting list on initial therapeutic alliance. We postulated that a two-month waiting list is superior to the use of sham acupuncture, as a systematic review demonstrated that sham acupuncture might be as effective as true acupuncture.


Dr. Severine Essex
Topic: Understand the concept and main features of depression by traditional Chinese medicine

Language:English Speaking, oral Chinese translation


Severine Essex M.D has expertise in acupuncture educated both in France, in China and India. She also has professional skills in psychology, natural medicine, education in health care (medical nutrition, plants, auriculotherapy, sclap therapy, massage, cupping), first aid certificates (instructor, judge for examination and headmaster in first aids, spending several years working at the Red Cross), and she is an author of a book about combining vegetarianism and sport. She is author of a success program for obesity. Over 20 years of medical experience and continuous training to help patients with a wide range of ailments including stroke paralysis, Parkinson’s, cancer, obesity, diabetes, liver conditions, insomnia, trauma psychological, infectious diseases, pain syndromes, sports injuries, emotional imbalance, sterility, headache, anmenorrhea, dysmenorrhea and infertility… The dedication to her patients led to the creation of natural full healthcare programs which offer her patients high quality care tailored to their needs.

She has combined her knowledge of traditional Chinese medicine with western medicine, and successfully treated patients with the integrated practice.


The purpose of this topic is to understand the concept and main features of depression; know the etiology and pathology of depression, know the diagnosis and treatment of the common illnesses presenting depression. In depression, the main visceral organs affected are the liver and the heart, but other organs may become involved. These include the gallbladder, the spleen, the stomach, the lung, the kidney, the brain and in females the uterus. Clinically, it is common that strength and deficiency may become intermixed. In general, depression has a relatively prolonged disease. In its initial stages, depression is an illness of strength, principally Qi stagnation, but involve blood stasis, rise of endogenous Fire, gelling of Phlegm or food retention.  After the initial stages, if it persists it evolves from an illness of strength to one of deficiency of Qi, blood, Yin or Yang. Because many visceral organs may become affected and the injuries to Qi, blood, Yin and Yang may differ, depression manifest a variety of symptoms, related variously to the heart, the spleen, the liver and the kidney. I will discuss about etiology, pathology, clinical manifestation and Key Points analysis, which includes the accumulation Phlegm, blockage, food retention, how strength and deficiency transform into each other and the evolution in chronical depression.   The appropriate treatment which includes the acupuncture treatment, the technique in Scalp acupuncture, including cautions and precautions, ear acupuncture and the advice to the patients, specially the regulation of the mind and diet regulation. A case study will close the session.


Dr. Nongyu Liu
Topic: Sinew Acupuncture is a Neijing acupuncture method to regulate wei-qi 

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


Dr. Liu Nongyu is Professor of Acupuncture at Nanjing TCM University, master’s program supervisor, the second group of national old Chinese medicine experts academic experience heirs. He was an Associate Professor of Chinese medicine and an Academic Advisor (academic director of the master’s program) at the University of Hong Kong.

Dr. Liu currently serves as President of the International Society of Tendon Acupuncture, Deputy Director of the Meridian Tendon Diagnosis and Treatment Committee, the China Association for Acupuncture and Moxibustion (CAAM), editorial board member of the Chinese Acupuncture & Moxibustion, Executive Director of the Pelvic Floor Medicine Committee, the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS).

Dr. Liu was the Director of the Acupoint Branch of the China Association for Acupuncture and Moxibustion (CAAM), the Deputy Director of the Acupuncture Clinical Committee of the Jiangsu Provincial Acupuncture Society, and the Deputy Director of the Minimally Invasive Acupuncture Committee of Jiangsu Association of Chinese Medicine (JACM).

Dr. Liu has been engaged in acupuncture teaching, clinical and research work in the past 40 years. His research interests include the clinical exploration of acupuncture and the theory of meridians and tendons in the “Inner Classic”, as well as the exploration of pain syndromes associated with diseases of the spine. Dr. Liu advocates the model of differential diagnosis of the tendon and meridian, develops “Tendon Acupuncture Therapy” and integrative “meridian chiropractic therapy”. He authored more than 50 articles and books in national and provincial acupuncture journals, including nearly 20 publications on meridian theory and clinical application of tendon acupuncture. Dr. Liu lectured widely throughout China in Beijing, Hong Kong, Guangdong (Shenzhen), Jiangsu, Jiangxi, Henan, Hunan, Hubei, Shandong, Zhejiang, Liaoning, Fujian, and Taiwan, and recently in the United States, Germany, Mexico, Japan, Canada, Australia, UK, Singapore and other countries as well. Dr. Liu becomes popular among practitioners and physicians. Dr. Liu specializes in Chinese acupuncture for pain and paralysis, such as cervical spondylosis, lumbar synostosis, soft tissue injury, arthralgia, migraine, trigeminal neuralgia, herpes zoster, post-stroke pain and facial paralysis, hemiplegia, paraplegia, etc., as well as tinnitus and deafness, nasal allergy, etc.


The acupuncture methods based on the “Nei Jing” include shape-adjusting, qi-adjusting, and mind-adjusting technique. Among them, Qi-regulating acupuncture used to focus only on Ying Qi-regulating acupuncture but neglected Wei Qi-regulating acupuncture. However, most of the clinical symptoms are tendon and skin diseases caused by Wei Qi stagnation, such as motor nervous system diseases which are commonly treated by Ying Qi-regulating method which always resulted in the poor treatment effects.  

For this reason, we decipher the acupuncture method of regulating the Wei Qi in the “Nei Jing” – sinew acupuncture, to provide a new idea for improving clinical acupuncture and moxibustion diagnosis and treatment of tendon and skin diseases. Sinew acupuncture has the characteristics of being safe, non-toxic, painless, and insensitive, quick-acting and high-efficiency, wide-ranging indications, easy to learn and use, economical and convenient. So, it is worthy of promotion to learn and practice. 

Dr. Jiun-Liang Chen
Topic: The Treatment of Traditional Chinese Medicine for Diabetic Nephropathy

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


Institution: Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital /Chang Gung University

Position: Director/Physician/Assistant professor of Chinese Internal Medicine

Department : Chinese Medicine Department


Ph.D., Institute of Traditional Medicine, School of Medicine, National Yang-Ming University, Taiwan, ROC.

M.S., Institute of Traditional Medicine, School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Chang Gung University, Taiwan, ROC.

M.D., School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, China Medical University, Taiwan, ROC.


Resident training for Internal Medicine, Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital

Chief resident training for Chinese Medicine, Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital

Physician/Assistant professor of Chinese Internal Medicine, Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital

Director of Chinese Internal Medicine, Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital


Diabetic nephropathy is a widely recognized microvascular complication of diabetes and the leading cause of end-stage kidney failure worldwide responsible for morbidity and mortality. Clinical manifestations of diabetic nephropathy include initial increase in glomerular filtration (GFR), proteinuria, increased creatinine levels, and eventually decreased GFR. Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) has been widely used in the treatment of diabetes and its complications for a long time; TCM has lots of advantages in the prevention of diabetic complications because of less toxicity and side effects. In this speech, I will discuss the advance of TCM treatment for diabetic nephropathy based on clinical studies to show the scientific basis for the therapeutic effects of TCM on diabetic nephropathy. The lower end stage renal disease with mortality rates among patients with incident diabetic nephropathy correlates with the use of TCM treatments. Further clinical studies about specific TCM modalities or medications for diabetic nephropathy are still needed. 

Dr. Yeng Ying Kung
Topic: Acupuncture & moxibustion : The science and art of healing power activation

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


Chief Director, Center for Traditional Medicine, Taipei Veterans General Hospital .

Assistant Professor, Institute of Traditional Medicine, School of Medicine, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University .

M.D., Faculty of Medicine, National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan.

Ph.D., Institute of Traditional Medicine, National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan

Director of Integrative Medicine, Center for Traditional Medicine, Taipei Veterans General Hospital.

Academic awards: Taipei Traditional Chinese Medicine International Forum.

Specialty: Laser acupuncture; sleep disorders; autonomic nervous system; cloud-based objective physiological parameters; Clinical studies of TCM.


TCM is a holistic system of healthcare and healing, based on the notion of maintenance of balance in the body. A disease is thought to be a common product of both pathogenetic factors and maladjustments in the body in TCM. TCM is focused more on the response of human body to pathogenetic factors rather than the pathological mechanisms. In this presentation, I will explain more details about the TCM related science and art healing power activation which is from the wisdom of ancient Chinese philosophy and culture.

    Dr. Xingde He
Topic: Study of Chinese medicine + dietetic therapy in the clinical rehabilitation for diabetes and hypertension

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


Dr. He is a Professor, Fellow Scientist, and Famous Chinese Diabetes Expert. He is also an expert of professional talents bank of Chinese Academy of Sciences, expert of diabetes Think Tank of Chinese Academy of Management Sciences, special researcher of academic committee of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Principal Investigator of key projects of the National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China, Recipient of Medical Research Achievement Award of the National Health Commission, expert of National Primary Care Committee of Chronic Disease Prevention and Control, expert of China Nationality Health Association, expert of diabetes research group at School of Medicine, Shenzhen University, expert of Shenzhen Baoan District Government, Guest professor at Shenzhen Wanpan University, Guest professor of “Think Tank of Chinese Medicine Figures”, Attending physician of diabetes at Guangdong Bao Kang Tang Chinese Medicine Hospital and Shenzhen Ao De Tang Chinese Medicine Clinic.


In addition to the rehabilitation research of diabetes and hypertension, Prof. He Xingde also specializes in: coronary heart disease, fatty liver, hyperlipidemia, atherosclerosis, gout, rheumatic bone pain, bone hyperplasia, lumbar disc herniation, intractable constipation and other metabolic system diseases, as well as post-stroke, nutritional fasting weight loss. He has also mastered the unique exclusive technique of lowering blood pressure by hand pressing acupoints without injections or medications, and the magical effectiveness is convincing and amazing.

Honors and Achievements:

Chinese influential figures, Chinese contemporary famous doctor, Chinese scholar leading the times, leading figures on the Silk Road, Chinese scholar going global, Outstanding Contribution Award for Chinese health industry, Chinese experts in difficult and intractable diseases, and innovative people in Chinese diabetes rehabilitation research, title of “Great Nation – Craftsman”, the national advanced individual learning from Lei Feng, the advanced individual fighting pandemic in 2020, the brilliant sword figure of traditional Chinese medicine inheritance and innovation. Dr. He was interviewed by People’s Daily, CCTV, Guangdong TV and many other mainstream media coverage, giving him full recognition. He was invited to attend the “China Life Science and Technology Forum” in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, and was received by Bai Lichen, Vice Chairman of the CPPCC and Chen Zhili, State Councillor. He also attended the “China Scientists Forum” and gave an academic presentation on “Diabetes and Hypertension can be Recovered”, which caused a positive response.


The research has a unique connotation of comprehensive conditioning technology of Traditional Chinese Medicine(TCM) + Diet Therapy, including acupoint massage, meridian dredging, oral administration of Chinese Medicine, and external treatment of Chinese Medicine; diet therapy consists of two parts and eight sections, including nutritional meal replacements, aerobic exercise, active water, and health porridge. The technology selected various probiotics and microbial peptides as raw materials and then combined them with Chinese Medicine ingredients of the one origin as medications and food to form different nutritional packages. Combined with Chinese Medicine, taking methods are adopted for patients respectively. After multi-faceted and stereo-divergent comprehensive conditioning, to eliminate blood stasis and improve circulation, the upper energizer nourishes the yin of the lungs and clears the lung heat; the middle energizer strengthens the spleen and stomach function, and the ability to transport and transform; the lower energizer promotes kidney yang and nourishes kidney water. Simultaneously, it nourishes qi and blood, balances yin and yang, improves blood circulation, removes blood stasis, soothes the liver and regulates qi, dispels cold as well as dries dampness. 

It focuses on helping patients to effectively regulates the coordinated function of the heart, liver, spleen, lung, kidney, and other organs. Meanwhile, striving to improve the metabolic capacity, the balance of the endocrine system, the function of the pancreas, increase the sensitivity of target cells to insulin, and improve the utilization rate of insulin by the human body to promote the balance of glucose metabolism, instead of directly lowering blood sugar and blood pressure, and achieve a better clinical effect. The effective rate is as high as 98.32%. 

    Dr. Wakao KIJI
Topic: Magic Hand Micro-Sculpting for Momentary Beauty

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation 


Dr. KIJI graduated from the Toyama Dental University in Japan, and has served as the President of the Kijishi Plastic Surgery Hospital, the President of the All Japan Chiropractors Association, the President of KIJI “Zen Heart and Magic Hands” Association, the founder of the Japanese-style small-face slimming and orthopedics, the Vice President of the Specialty Committee of Pain, World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS), the Vice President of the World Federation of Traditional Medicine (WFTM), the vice president of the International Union of TCM Minimally Invasive Medicine of WFTM, the Vice Chairman of the World Federation of Spinal Health (WFSH) and Chairman of the WFSH Japan Chapter, Ambassador of the China -Japan Cultural Friendship Association, the Vice Chairman of the WFCMS Coorperation Committee on Traditional Medicine, the President of the Japan National Federation of Holistic Manipulation, Honorary President of the Hong Kong Chiropractic College, Founder of the Japanese Kiji-style painless treatment technique. Dr. Kiji is hand sculpting plastic surgery and chiropractic specialist. He is also the founder of Life Extension Medicine, Brain and Spinal Nervous System Balancing Method.

Dr. KIJI has been engaged in the field of hand sculpting plastic surgery for decades, with gentle manipulation and excellent skills, featuring painless instant relief while chatting with the patient. He has been able to instantly correct various conditions such as crooked nose and face, face slimming, breast augmentation, hunchback, scoliosis of the spine, O-leg, knee joint lesions, long and short legs, pelvic tilt, etc.  Dr. Kiji has received praise from numerous patients, especially female patients and their families.




Dr. Miansheng Zhu
Topic: The Application of Nazi Method in Time-Space Acupuncture for Treating Long Covid-19 Syndrome

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


Dr Miansheng Zhu obtained Master title of Pr Professor Ren Yingqiu at  Beijing University of TCM, Doctor es Sciences in France ( PhD),  doctoral tutor of Beijing University of TCM. She was Founder of Diploma education of TCM at Paris Da Vinci Medical School (Paris 13) and at Pierre Marie Curie Medicine University (Paris 6). She was  executive editor of “International standards of TCM’s basic terminologies in  Chinese and French “, this book  won the International Contribution Award  of Fourth Conference of WFTCMS.

Dr Miansheng Zhu did the creation of the method of ATAS acupuncture (Time-points-space ) spatio-temporal acupuncture school. Served as the President of the ATAS Space-Time Acupuncture Research Institute. In 2015, it was approved by Science and Technology Department of Yunnan Province to establish  “Zhu Miansheng Academician / Expert Workstation” as at Yunan level in order to promote the application of ATAS acupuncture.

In 2019 completed the clinical studies of ATAS study on using spatiotemporal acupuncture in reducing the side- effects induced by adjuvant chemotherapy in patients with breast cancer in Yunnan Cancer Hospita

In April 2017, French President Hollande awarded the  Chevalier e French Legion of Honor in recognition of Zhu Miansheng’s outstanding contribution in the field of higher medical education and acupuncture in France.


The midnight-noon and ebb-flow doctrine including the NaJia Method, NaZi Method, LingGui Eight Methods and Feiteng Eight Methods are classical methods for selecting acupuncture points in ancient times. These four methods are based on the principles that “there is a point for each time and a time for each point” and uses the sensitive acupuncture points corresponding to the time of the consultation. Time-Space Acupuncture developed these four methods from two aspects. The first is to point out “the memory function of temporal acupuncture points” and its five methods of application; the second is to follow the principles of setting time-sensitive acupuncture points for each methodology, and plan the spatial acupoints corresponding to the four methods, using this in conjuction with time-sensitive acupuncture points combine specific energy fields and mobilize the body’s self-healing mechanisms. Through more than 30 years of clinical practice in France and Europe, clinical observation of numerous conditions in two tertiary Chinese medicine hospitals in Yunnan and clinical trials of adverse reactions of breast cancer chemotherapy in Yunnan Cancer Hospital, has proven the effect of Time-space acupuncture in the treatment of common contemporary conditions, as well as having special curative effects in difficult and threatening diseases. Now to introduce the application of the NaZi method of Time-space acupuncture in the long-term symptoms of COVID-19. 


Dr. Changzhen Gong
Topic: Three Medical Acupuncture Traditions from Canada

Language:English Speaking, oral Chinese translation


Dr. Changzhen Gong, Ph.D., is the President of the American Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM), and serves the president of Minnesota Chinese Medicine Association, chairman of Education Committee and vice president of American TCM Association. He has served as Executive Director of the Specialty Committee of Translation, the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS), Vice President of the Specialty Committee of Chinese Characteristic Diagnosis and Treatment of WFCMS, Senior Special Expert of the Advisory Committee of the China-US Acupuncture and Rehabilitation Institute of Wenzhou Medical University. Dr. Gong also serves as an associate editor of the International Journal of Clinical Acupuncture, published in New York, as well as being an editorial board member of Acupuncture Research, published in Beijing. Dr. Gong is also the editor-in-chief of the “Academic Book Series of Overseas Chinese Medicine Doctors” , 20 volumes of “Book Series of Major Chinese Acupoints”, and 10 volumes of “Book Series of Clinical Essence of Chinese Acupuncture”, as well as 72 volumes of “Book Series of Difficult Diseases and Classic Formulas”. He also co-authored the book “Modern Acupuncture”. Dr. Gong has written over 500 articles, interviews and educational papers on Chinese medicine and acupuncture in Chinese and English journals and newspapers in the East and West. Dr. Gong received his M.A. and Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Minnesota and his B.S. and M.S. in Mathematics from Shandong University, China. Dr. Gong was one of the founders for School of Management, Shandong University, and principal founder of Chinese Economy Program at the University of Minnesota. Then Dr. Gong established the American Academy of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (AAAOM) and TCM Health Centre.


While we have discussed extensively and deeply the development of acupuncture in the West, especially North America, the development of acupuncture in Canada does not seem to have received sufficient attention. My presentation attempts to fill this gap. The influence of these three medical acupuncture traditions which developed in Canada and has a history of more than half a century, extends beyond Canada. The three medical acupuncture traditions are Chit Chan Gunn’s Intramuscular Stimulation,Joseph Wong’s Neuro-Anatomical Acupuncture,Steven Aung’s Medical Acupuncture. These three traditions of acupuncture all started in the 1970s within the mainstream medical system, and they all had a certain impact on mainstream medicine. The Canadian case demonstrated that medical acupuncture could have distinctive features, thus providing a variety of ways of assimilation. 

  Dr. Zhi Peng Lu
Topic: Clinical and experimental study on traditional Chinese medicine in the treatment of atrophic gastritis

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


Professor and Doctoral Supervisor, Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

President, Tien Wen Tong Chinese and Western Medicine Center, Macau

Dr. Zhi Peng Lu, Ph.D., Chief Physician, Professor, Master’s Supervisor, Doctoral Supervisor, President of Tien Wen Tong Chinese and Western Medicine Center. Dr. Lu graduated from the School of Chinese Medicine of the Macau University of Science and Technology with a doctorate degree in Chinese medicine. Dr. Lu is a professor at Guangzhou University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Hong Kong College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and a master and doctoral supervisor (including: doctoral supervisor of clinical medicine, doctoral supervisor of Chinese medicinal botany, doctoral supervisor of Chinese medicine internal medicine, master of Chinese medicine, etc.). Dr. Lu is currently the president of the Chinese Medicine Journal, the president of the Federation of Hong Kong and Taiwan Chinese Medicine Physicians Association, the president of the Macao San Wa Traditional Chinese Internal Medicine Association, the president and vice-president of several medical professional societies, and the vice-president and deputy executive director of several specialty committees of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies (WFCMS). He has been engaged in teaching and research in the past 40 years and is the author of the books “Chinese Medicinal Botany” (Volume 1-3), “Alzheimer’s Disease, Spleen and Stomach Illness Studies”, “Research on Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine for Chronic Gastritis” (a series of studies on special formulas, special preparations, special herbs for special diseases). Dr. Lu has published more than 600 papers and has been awarded the title of “Famous Doctor of Hong Kong and Macau”. He has been practicing for nearly 40 years, and specializes in integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine treatment. He has expertise in the treatment and management of internal medicine (liver, kidney, spleen, stomach), gynecology, oncology and other diseases, chronic diseases in internal medicine and obstetrics and gynecology.




Dr. Yu-Chiang Hung
Topic: The Effectiveness of Laser Acupuncture for Treatment of Musculoskeletal Pain: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Studies 

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation



PhD. MD. Department of Chinese Medicine, Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital

PhD. School of Chinese Medicine, Chang Gung University College of Medicine 


China Medical University , School of Chinese Medicine , Taichung, Taiwan  

Institute of public Health, National Yang-Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan

PhD. Graduate Institute of Clinical Medical Sciences, Chang Gung University, Taoyuan, Taiwan


1998~  Attending,  Department of Traditional Chinese medicine , Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital . Taoyuan, Taiwan

2000~  Attending, Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Kaohsiung  Chang Gung Memorial Hospital , Kaohsiung, Taiwan

2006~2014 Deputy Director of Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital , Kaohsiung, Taiwan

2014~2020 Director of Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Kaohsiung Chang Gung Memorial Hospital , Kaohsiung, Taiwan


Objective: To evaluate the treatment effectiveness of laser acupuncture (LA) in patients

with musculoskeletal pain.

Methods: Major electronic databases, including Medline, PubMed, Embase, Cochrane Library,

CINAHL, and Scopus were searched to identify double-blind, randomized controlled trials of

LA in musculoskeletal disorders. The primary outcome was the treatment efficacy for pain. The secondary outcomes included the comparison of disability, functional impairment, and dropout rate between LA and sham treatment, as well as the effect of sham treatment for pain. The results from included studies were synthesized with the random effects model.

Results: In total, 20 articles comprising 568 patients receiving LA and 534 patients receiving sham treatment were included in the current study. Our analysis showed LA significantly reduced pain (g=0.88, 95% confidence interval [CI]=0.35 to 1.42, p=0.001), disability (g=0.68, 95%CI=0.29 to 1.08, p<0.001), and functional impairment (g=0.67, 95% CI=0.32 to 1.03, p<0.001). Through meta-regression analysis, we found these effects were not moderated by mean age, the percentage of females, or treatment duration. Additionally, there was no significant difference between the two groups in dropout rate (risk ratio=0.73, p=0.08), and the sham treatment significantly reduced only pain intensity (g=0.54, 95% CI=0.32 to 0.77, p<0.001).

Conclusion: Our findings supported that LA significantly reduced pain, disability, and functional impairment in patients with musculoskeletal disorders. Further researches are required to determine the optimal therapeutic parameters and the suitable patients for receiving LA.

Reference: Hung YC, Lin PY, Chiu HHE, Huang PY, Hu WL. The Effectiveness of Laser Acupuncture for Treatment of Musculoskeletal Pain: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Controlled Studies. Journal of Pain Research 2021;1707–1719.


Dr. Chien-Lung Wu
Topic: Acupuncture Treatment of Pain

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation



Director of the Acupuncture Department, Taipei City Hospital, Taiwan


Biomedical Engineering Ph.D., National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan(2006~2016)

Biomedical Engineering M.D., National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan(2004~2006)

School of Baccalaureate Chinese Medicine, China Medical University, Taiwan(1994~1999)

Physical Therapy and Assistive Technology, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan(1988~1992)


Director of the Acupuncture Department, Taipei City Hospital, Taiwan (2007~)

Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctor, Taipei City Hospital, Taiwan (2001~2006)



Acupuncture is one of the treatment methods of traditional Chinese medicine. It uses the mechanical stimulation of needles to achieve physiological effects on the human body to relieve pain and improve symptoms. Meridian theory is the basis of acupuncture and moxibustion. By the four diagnosis and clinical evaluation of traditional Chinese medicine, appropriate acupoints are selected for treatment, and the curative effect of acupuncture can be enhanced by taking appropriate manipulation of reinforcing and reducing techniques. In addition, if combined with Qi therapy or electro-acupuncture treatment, we can achieve even better results. Several case studies were shared:  1. Facial nerve palsy ; 2. Hand numbness and weakness after cervical spine surgery; 3. Left upper eyelid drooping after trauma.

Dr. Wei-Chun Lin
Topic: Mood Disorders – Clinical Case Studies in TCM Treatment of Depression

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation



Practicing Physician & President, Kaohsiung Hungfu Chinese Medical Clinic


M.S., Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Ph.D., Beijing University of Chinese Medicine


Passed Taiwan TCM Practitioners Special Examination

Executive Director, Association of Front Line Chinese Medical Doctors in Taiwan

Director, Kaohsiung Chinese Medical Association

Advisor, Taiwan Internal TCM Association

Instructor, Kao Yuan University School of Continuing Studies


This 35-year-old female patient is a case of postpartum depression. She suffered dizziness, headache, vomiting, chest pain, weakness of limbs, short of breath, fatigue, depression, palpitation, poor appetite, thirsty, easy sweating, insomnia, and dreamful sleep. She also had gastric ulcer, mitral valve insufficiency and arrhythmia. A spontaneous abortion occurred 2 months ago; she came to our clinic for help. Scientific Chinese medicine was given for her stomach and digestive system, improving blood circulation and transform stasis. Then, we used traditional Chinese medicine for dispersing stagnated liver qi, relieving qi stagnation, benefiting qi and production of blood in the follow-up consultation to improve her symptoms.

Dr. Hsiao-Chun Chen
Topic: Scalp Acupuncture for Pain Management in Clinical Application

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


M.D., Ph.D., China Medical University, Taiwan

Honorary Chiarman, Taiwan Clinical Chinese Medicine Association, Taiwan

Vice President, Taipei Chinese Medical Association, Taiwan

Dean, Taipei Yue-Chan TCM Clinic




Dr. Chi-Fang Chen
Topic: The Prevention and Treatment for COVID-19 from Viewpoint of Nei-Jing Era

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D., China Medical University, Taiwan

Chiarman, Taiwan Clinical Chinese Medicine Association, Taiwan

Director, Taipei Chinese Medical Association, Taiwan

Adjunct Asst. Prof., National Taipei University, Taiwan

Visiting Scholar, Kyoto University, Japan


According to Huang-Di Nei-Jing and other unearthed documents, we consider pulmonary diseases as representing a “blood stasis syndrome.” In this research, we gathered data from Taiwan’ s National Health Insurance research database, individual outpatient clinics and texts (combined with medical canons), and found the most common formula drugs used for treating lung and heart diseases related to COVID-19, are Guei-Zhi Fu-Ling Wan and Ban-Xia Hou-Pou Tang. Meanwhile, we stimulate the He-Gu (LI4), Zhao-Hai (KI6) and A-Shi acupoints. Prescriptions for “blood stasis syndrome” in treatiing pulmonary diseases is a common way in traditional medicine clinics in Taiwan nowadays. 

Dr. Yuan-Yu Chan
Topic: Integration of traditional Chinese medicine and Western medicine for the treatment of mental disorder 

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


M.D., Ph.D., China Medical University, Taiwan
Taipei Cheng-Hsin Psychological Clinic, Taiwan
Licensed Psychiatrist in Taiwan(R.O.C.)
Asst. Prof., Chung-Yuan University, Taiwan
President, Taiwan Sunflower Association of Holistic Care, Taiwan


This speech will start from the psychiatry history of traditional Chinese medicine to introduce the understanding of traditional Chinese medical psychiatry in various periods. Sort out the experience and empirical research on schizophrenia, affective disorders( including depression) from the perspectives of traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine. Finally to share the experience of integrative Chinese and Western medicine research on opiate use disorder. 

    Dr. Chia-I Tsai
Topic: TCM Treatment of Diabetic Complications: Taking Neuropathy as an Example 

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


Taichung Veterans General Hospital, Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Director


China Medical University , Department of Chinese Medicine, Ph.D.

China Medical University, Department of Chinese Medicine, M.D.

Work experience:

  • China Medical University Hospital, Department of Chinese Medicine, Resident (19990719~20020718)
  • China Medical University Hospital, Department of Chinese Medicine, Chief Resident (20020719~20030718)
  • China Medical University Hospital, Department of Chinese Medicine, Attending Physician (20030719~20060831)
  • Taichung Veterans General Hospital, Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Attending Physician (20060901~Now)
  • Taichung Veterans General Hospital, Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Director (20161001~Now)
  • China Medical University School of Chinese Medicine, Lecturer (20030801~20060831)
  • Tunghai University, Center for General Education , Assistant Professor (20060901~Now)
  • National Defense Medical Center, Department of Medicine , Assistant Professor (20140701~20210630)
  • National Chung Hsing University, Preparatory Office for School of Medicine, Assistant Professor (20210901~Now)
  • Taiwan Society for Pathology of Chinese Medicine (TSPCM) Secretariat CEO (20150101~20181231)
  • Taichung Traditional Chinese Medical Doctor Association, Executive Director (20180325~20210324)
  • Taichung Traditional Chinese Medical Doctor Association, Vice President (20210325~Now)

Research expertise:

TCM Clinical Research

Endocrinology &Metabolism


TCM Internal Medicine

TCM Teaching


There is still no cure for diabetes complications. Since the discovery of insulin by Dr. Banting in 1921, the mortality rate of acute complications of diabetes has been basically controlled clinically, but the incidence of chronic complications has been increasing due to the increase of DM patients and the prolongation of life expectancy. Diabetes is a chronic disease that has existed since ancient times. The name of the disease in the corresponding category recorded in ancient Chinese medicine is “Dispersion-thirst”disease. Its most common complications are most similar to “Blood-blockage” according to its clinical manifestations such as pain and numbness. 

Traditional Chinese medicine treatment may reduce various pains caused by diabetic neuropathy and improve the quality of life of patients in addition to traditional western medicine treatment. 

 Prof. YuePing ZHU 
Topic: Clinical experience of Jing-Qi-Shen in the treatment of depression 

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


President and Founder: France SANCAI Medical Institute.

Previous Vice Director: Acupuncture Institute of ZheJiang Academy of China Medical Sciences.

Previous Vice Director: Council of Museums of ZheJiang Association of Acupuncture

Graduated from Zhejiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree.

Graduated from Hubei University of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1987, under the tutelage of Li Jinyong, a master of traditional Chinese medicine, with a master’s degree.

In 1994, a visiting scholar from the State Education Commission came to France to conduct

neuroimmunological research.

In 1995 opened a Chinese medicine clinic in Lyon, France.

In 2007, the Sancai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine was established in Lyon, France.

Before leaving the country:

Deputy Director of Acupuncture Research Office of Zhejiang Academy of Traditional Chinese


Vice Chairman of Acupuncture Literature Research Association of Zhejiang Acupuncture Association

Prof. Zhu Yueping, President of French Sancai College of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Vice President of French Society of Traditional Chinese Medicine

Director Zhu Yueping is also well known for his own role in clinical treatment and teaching

. He has made every effort to call on overseas Chinese medicine practitioners to take Chinese medicine as their own responsibility and strengthen their self-esteem.

Strengthen ourselves, improve Chinese medical technique, take the curative effect as the foundation of the world, and do his best to contribute to the overseas development of traditional Chinese medicine.

In his more than 30 years of clinical treatment, he has summed up a unique theory of Jing-

Qi-Shen, and clinically adopts the coherence of Jing-Qi-Shen to treat cancer and difficult complex diseases.

In a large number of cases of the disease, the effect is highly efficient, which is highly praised by patients and Western medicine. Director Zhu Yueping has made great achievements in the research of [Five Yun and Six Qi] and [Traditional Chinese Numerology]. Pioneer of Wu Yun Liu Qi and Traditional Chinese Medicine Numerology. Since 2018, he has given face-to-face lectures and video online lectures in many European countries.

  1. The lecture uses simple and easy-to-understand language to interpret the essence of the five yun six qi and numerology;
  2. Preliminary prescriptions for clinical difficult and miscellaneous diseases: use life chart, disease chart, time chart and medicine chart, and associate with four diagnostics;
  3. Clinical acupuncture treatment: Eight needles of spine, scalp acupuncture, and earthly branch acupuncture;
  4. Academically: Adhering to the core idea of five movements and six qi determining the location of the disease and the six qi determining the nature of the disease;
  5. For various diseases, the purpose of accurate diagnosis of congenital constitution and weak organs, to achieve precise treatment, has won the trust of patients.
  6. The clinical five-yun six-qi course forms a unique diagnosis, prescription and acupuncture system, which is well received by students from all over the world.


In terms of the difference between Chinese and Western medicine, Western medicine seeks technology, Chinese medicine looks for regular patterns. Technology is ever-changing, the truth is eternal. Chinese medicine has thousands of years of history and has found much regularity. The essence, qi (energy) and spirit are one of these laws. Chinese medicine is a perfect holistic medicine. From the beginning of the Nei Jing (the Inner Canon of the Yellow Emperor), it is established that humans are made up of a combination of three elements: essence, qi and spirit. The first is the level of essence or body, which is an anatomical concept, a category of Newtonian mechanics. The second is the level of qi, the energy aspect, the Chinese medicine qi -origin, the five elements of yin and yang, meridians, and the function of visceral manifestation. It belongs to the category of quantum mechanics. The third is the level of Spirit, which belongs to the scope of the study of the mechanics of consciousness, dominating body and qi. When you follow the principle of essence, qi and spirit in your mind, you can see the patient as a three-dimensional, transparent person. Miscellaneous difficult and complicated diseases must be treated from the integrative therapy of modulation of Spirit, Qi and body with great facility and achieving reliable results. 

    Dr. Chee Woo
Topic: Meditation and Needling Modulation of Spontaneous Neuronal Activity on Anxiety Disorders   

Language:English speaking, oral Chinese translation 


Chee Woo started his acupuncture training in Singapore. He trained under the traditional master-student learning scheme with a Chinese Physician, 潘益眀翳师 in mid-1980s. Chee Woo also graduated from PCU College of Holistic Medicine in Canada in 2012 and registered as an R.Ac. in 2013. In addition, Chee Woo only holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Ohio Northern University. Chee Woo focus on neuroscience, especially neuroplasticity enhancement, using different needling techniques for post stroke rehabilitation, trauma, and concussions after motor vehicle accidents.  

He is passionate about what he does and has many years of experience treating anxiety/depression, migraine/tension headache, and pain management.  Chee Woo has been practicing acupuncture in White Rock, South Surrey community since 2013. As a Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner, he also practices Tai Chi and meditation for relaxation and tranquility. 


Mounting evidence demonstrate that neuroplasticity, a fundamental mechanism of neuronal adaptation, is altered by mood and anxiety disorders. Based on the neuroplasticity hypothesis, exposure to chronic stress or stressful life events increases toxic glutamatergic neurotransmission in multiple brain regions, particularly in prefrontal cortex (PFC) and hippocampus. To protect neurons from apoptosis, dendrites retract and spine density decreases in order to limit the damage; nevertheless, such disrupted synaptic connection or impaired neurogenesis can be reversed by antidepressant treatment. The most common pharmacology therapeutic strategies involved are selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs), and augmenting agent with SSIRs is required if the treatment response is lacking. Spontaneous activity of serotonergic neurons of the dorsal raphe nucleus (DRN) regulates mood and motivational state. Potentiation of serotonergic function is one of therapeutic strategies for treatment of mental disorders, such as depression, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).  As chronic stress can disrupt the function of neuroplasticity, this lecture proposes to use scalp needling and meditation to modulate the spontaneous activity of DRN to enhance its serotonergic transmission. 


 Dr. Leader Chang
Topic: Pain Management in Auricular Acupuncture

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


Deputy Executive Director, the International Affairs Committee of the National Federation of Chinese Physicians’ Association 

Dr. Chang received his Doctor of Medicine degree in double major Medicine and Chinese Medicine from School of Chinese Medicine, China Medical University, and a LL.B from College of Law, National Taiwan University. Dr. Chang is currently the director of the Jin-An Modern Chinese Medical Clinic in Zhonghe District, New Taipei City. Dr. Chang is a former resident physician of the Department of Internal Medicine at the Ma Kai Memorial Medical Center, former resident physician in the Department of Urology, Chung Hsing Hospital, Taipei City United Hospital, and former Attending Physician, Department of Chinese Medicine, Li General Hospital, Miaoli. Dr. Chang serves as Deputy Executive Director of the International Affairs Committee of the National Federation of Chinese Physicians’ Association, and Associate Editor-in-Chief of the “Chinese Medicine Newsletter” (22 years since 2000), as well as Executive Director of the New Taipei City Chinese Medicine Physicians Association and Chief Editor of the official monthly magazine “New Taipei Chinese Medicine Newsletter” (14 years since 2008). Dr. Chang is also Editor-in-Chief of “Chinese Internal Medicine Newsletter” of the Taiwan Association of Traditional Chinese Internal Medicine (22 years since 2000). Dr. Chang is the founding Secretary-General of the Several Taiwan Chinese Medicine Specialists Associations. Dr. Chang has published dozens of academic articles. 




     Dr. Biao Lu
Topic: The experience of TCM treatment of immune diseases 

Language:English Speaking, oral Chinese translation


Dr. Lu earned his medical degree at Gansu College of Traditional Chinese Medicine.  Dr. Lu became a faculty member of the Department of Acupuncture and Moxibustion and was involved in acupuncture practice under the guidance of Professor Kuishan Zheng in 1984. He pursued his Master degree under the guidance of Professor Jiashan Yang at the Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine from 1986 to 1989.  Dr. Lu was appointed as the deputy chief physician at the Beijing Institute of Modern Chinese Medicine Clinical Immunology and served as the Director of the acupuncture department. 

 Dr. Lu was awarded the honor of studying specialized acupuncture techniques with two world-renowned acupuncturists: Professor Zheng Kuishan, and Professor Yang Jiasan, one of the premier acupuncturists in China who was featured in Bill Moyer’s ‘Healing and the Mind’ program on PBS. During this time, Dr. Lu learned effective acupuncture techniques such as “Setting the Mountain on Fire” and “Penetrating Heaven’s Coolness” – two techniques rarely practiced in the West, but which are extremely effective for immunological and neurological disorders, as well as all types of pain conditions that have not been alleviated through other healing modalities. 

 Dr. Biao Lu is a Licensed Acupuncturist.  Dr. Lu and his wife Dr. Shiaoting Jing currently practice at his private clinic Traditional Chinese Medicine Healing Center in Los Angeles & Santa Monica area for over twenty years.. 

 Dr. Lu is a faculty member of Yo San University in Los Angeles and Emperor’s College of Traditional Oriental Medicine in Santa Monica and serves as Associate Dean of Academics. Dr. Lu is currently teaching doctorate program at American Academy of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine. 


It is generally believed that low immune function is the manifestation of weakness of healthy qi. Most of them use tonic drugs, such as Sijunzi Decoction and Yupingfeng powder. The more tonic the result, the more serious it becomes. This situation is called obstruction of evil. In fact, in clinical treatment, we should pay attention to dispelling evil, and only when evil goes to right can we be safe. If evil does not go to right Qi, tonic drugs will first replenish evil Qi. In the beginning, we should dispel evil and then replenish healthy qi Many patients with repeated colds do not get good results with tonics. They completely recover from colds after using drugs for relieving exterior and removing pathogenic factors. They do not catch colds for many years. Clinical practice is the touchstone of theory 

When pathogenic factors, including microorganisms, attach to a specific tissue and organ of the human body, it will lead to the attack of the immune system, which will cause the damage of the body tissue at the same time. The immune system cannot only attack pathogenic microorganisms without damaging the normal tissue. Therefore, it is inappropriate to define this kind of disease as immune dysfunction You can’t just use immunosuppressive drugs. You should dispel evil and get it out. 


    Dr. Xia Cheng
Topic: Discussion of Chinese Medicine to improve human immunity and anti-aging

Language:English speaking, oral Chinese translation


Dr. Cheng earned her Bachelor’s Degree in TCM and Western Medicine in 1983 from Hunan College of TCM, China. She did further study at Tianjin College of TCM, China in 1987 with a Master’s Degree in Medicine and Acupuncture. In 1990, she received her Ph.D in Medicine from Chengdu College of TCM, China with a specialty in Acupuncture and Chronomedicine. 

Dr. Cheng has over 37 years of clinical experience as a physician, herbalist and acupuncturist. She has been a professor at several colleges as well as instructing foreign students in China. She has translated several publications and is a published author of several TCM works. She also teaches courses on TCM to medical professionals and offers public education workshops on TCM. 

Dr. Cheng is an active participant in the process of regulating TCM in Alberta. She was elected as a council member of the College and Association of Acupuncturists of Alberta (CAAA). In September 2004 her long-time dream of opening a school of TCM was realized with the opening of CITCM, where she is the founding executive director. 

Dr. Cheng is currently the Director of the BodyMind Synergy Health Centre, a member of several professional association boards and Vice-President for the Alberta Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine Doctors.  She is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Traditional Chinese Medicine Colleges, Vice-President of the Canadian Institute of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CICAMR), Co-Chair of the International Conference of Traditional Medicine on Health and Wellness (2017, 2018, 2019), and Deputy Director of the WFCMS International Collaborating Centre for Clinical Research in Chinese Medicine in Canada. 


As worldwide, more and more countries are entering into an aging society, health care practice shifting the focus towards antiaging, maintenance of body’s normal structure, function, and life quality, preserve body’s overall health condition from age damage and deterioration is getting more and more important. During past two years of COVID pandemic, we witnessed that the tremendous impact of age, pre-existing health conditions on the illness outcome.  More and more evidence demonstrated that immunity is the key for health maintenance and prevention of the development serious and lifespan threatening illness. This presentation discussed about the TCM’s view on aging, age related illnesses, physiological and pathological characteristics of illness in the aged population, different TCM treatment modalities that has immune enhancing effects, as well, herbs and formulas that has potential for boosting immunity and antiaging are discussed. 

Dr. Guojian Huang
Topic: Mini Ren Acupuncture Therapy Benefits Anxious Involved Fibromyalgia Syndrome 

Language:English speaking, oral Chinese translation


Dr. Guojian Huang had 11 years training of acupuncture and traditional Chinese medicine at Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, and Peking Union Medical College (PUMC), China.  Dr. Guojian Huang started his medical training at Nanjing College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (now Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine) in 1983, and then he was a residency doctor and a faculty member in the Internal Medicine of Jiangsu Provincial Hospital of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1988.  He pursued his Master degree at the Nanjing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine from 1991 to 1994. Dr. Huang received his PhD in Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine from Peking Union Medical College (PUMC), Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences in 1997. Dr. Huang was physician doctor and specialist worked at the Beijing-China Friendship Clinical Medicine Research Institute. Dr. Huang then took a postdoctoral position at the University of Manitoba Medical School in Canada in 1998. 

Dr. Huang spent over 30 years practice in China and Canada. Since 2005, Dr. Huang has established a private practice at Ankang Acupuncture Healing Center in Winnipeg, Canada. Dr. Huang is specialized in Mini-Ren Acupuncture Therapy, Acupoint Catgut-Embedding Therapy, Fu’s Subcutaneous Needling (FSN) for pain management and treatment of infertility, various common and difficult diseases. 

He has edited and authored the “Collections of Single Chinese Herbal Medicine Application”, “Collections of Single Acupuncture Point Application “, and co-edited the “Full Book of Health Care for Middle-aged People”. Dr. Huang has over 50 publications in peer-reviewed journals.  

Currently, Dr. Huang is the President of the Alliance of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine of Canada (AACMC), President of the Canadian Ankang Acupuncture Healing Center, President of Manitoba Professional Acupuncture Association (MPAA), President of the Canada Mini-Ren Acupuncture Therapy Association, President of the Canadian Branch of the World TCM Acupoint Catgut-Embedding Therapy Society, Vice President of the Canadian Institute of Complementary and Alternative Medicine Research (CIAAMR), and Executive Director of the World Chinese Forum of Traditional Chinese Medicine. He also serves as Executive Director of the Zhongjing Heritage and Innovation Professional Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies. Dr. Huang is an active member of International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), and member of the Canadian Pain Society (CPS). 

 Dr. Huang is dedicated to promoting fundamental principles and healing approach of Mini-Ren Acupuncture Therapy. Dr Huang has been invited as mentor of Mini-Ren Acupuncture Therapy for Pain Management training courses in Winnipeg, Toronto, Vancouver, San Francisco, as well as in European countries in the past 2 years. 


Fibromyalgia is a condition that causes pain all over the body (also referred to as widespread pain), sleep problems, fatigue, and often emotional and mental distress. Lots of research indicated that there is a vicious cycle between physical body pain and mental distress, including anxiety, depression, and chronic fatigue. The key treatment strategy of fibromyalgia is to break this vicious cycle, to release widespread physical pain, to improve energy and relief mental distress, to build up a virtuous cycle.  

Mini Ren Acupuncture therapy is a unique acupuncture technique by using flat head needle to break up myofascia trigger points and infected scar tissues which are the cause of fibromyalgia physical pain. Once the physical body pain is getting better, the patients will have more energy, a more positive attitude, less stress, anxiety, and better sleeping. I will introduce two case studies to present the key features and advantages of Mini Ren Acupuncture therapy in the treatment of anxious involved fibormylgia syndrome. 

Prof. Amir Hooman Kazemi
Topic: Acupuncture treatment for post stroke rehabilitation  

Language:English speaking, oral Chinese translation 


MD , clinical PhD and Post Doc. of Acupuncture and Chinese medicine

1-vice president of world fedration of acupuncture

2- vice secretary general of noninvasive acupuncture association of china  

3- professor of beijing university of chinese medicine

4-faculty of tehran university of medical sciences

5- visiting professor of santiago de compostela university of spain for master program of acupuncture

6- visiting professor of Ontario college of canada

7- executive member of speciality committee of  brain disease and neurology of world fedration of chinese medicine

8-executive member of speciality committee of  cosmotology of world fedration of chinese medicine

9- member of speciality committee of  examination and evaluation of world fedration of chinese medicine

10- editorial board of world journal of acupuncture

11-   editorial board of journal of chinese medicine

12-editorial board of world journal of chinese medicine( canada edition)

13- executive member of international committee of acupuncture  education ( china)

14- executive member of committee of sciences and education of world fedration of acupuncture

15- scientific editor and supervisor of 7 books about acupuncture (in persian language)

16-Editorial board and Author of 5books about Chinese medicine (in english and Chinese)

17-Member of bioethics committee of UNESCO

18- Conducting and teaching Acupuncture in different countries such as China,Canada,korea,Australia,France,Turkye, Spain,Oman, USA, Austria , Switzerland &…

19_publishing several scientific articles in different journal

20- supervisor of PhD and master thesis in tehran university of medical sciences and Beijing university of Chinese medicine

21- conducting several RCT in the field of acupuncture and Herbal medicine

22- key speaker in many international conferences

23- Speaker  in “Canada Acupuncture and TCM Continuing Education Conference” 3 times and “China Annual national conference of Acupuncture “ 1 time




Dr. Chin-Chuan Tsai
Topic: The experience of TCM treatment on severe oral pain with ulcers caused by chemotherapy

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation



Professor, the school of Chinese Medicine for Post-Baccalaureate, I-Shou University.

Chief, Chinese Medicine Department, E-DA Dachang Hospital.


Graduate        Institute            of         Chinese           Medicine, China Medical University (Taiwan)

Graduate Institute of Clinical Pharmacy,  Kaohsiung Medical University (Taiwan)

Bachelor of Medical Science, School of Post-Baccalaureate Chinese Medicine, China Medical University (Taiwan)


This 56 year-old male patient was a case of left upper lung adenocarcinoma with cervical 2 to cervical 7 metastases. He suffered from left shoulder herpes zoster infection on 2018/02/15 with arm numbness and tenderness, he went to E-Da hospital neurology outpatient department for treatment. Associated symptoms are including cervicalgia, focal weakness on left upper limb. Due to above reason, cervical spinal magnetic resonance imaging was performed for cervical radiculopathy survey. The image report showed left upper lobe lung cancer. with cervical 2 to cervical 7 metastases causing spinal canal stenosis and spinal cord compression. 2018/03/27 Computerized tomography showed: Lung cancer with lung to lung, bone, and mediastinal lymph node metastases, preliminary image staging T4N2M1c (According to AJCC 8th Edition). Cervical spinal discectomy and Laminectomy on 2018/04/04. Diagnosis was given of left upper lobe adenocarcinoma stage IV with bone(cervical spine metastasis). After operation, the target therapy with afatinib used and the Avastin iv-infusion on 2018/04/17. After eighth chemotherapy, several pain with ulcers, wounds in the oral cavity and on the tongue, speech difficultly, swallow hardly, hoarse and dry throat and severe acneiform eruption on the trunk. Therefore, a consultation with the Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Internal physician was requested by her family, for smoothing the side effect of chemotherapy. The patient was discharged after Integrated Chinese and Western medicine. In this case report, the cause, mechanism and principle of treatment of severe oral ulcers caused by the side effects of target therapy from the TCM perspective were discussed. Chinese medicinal treatments for severe oral ulcers were reviewed. The experience could be the reference treatment of the combination of Modern Medicine and TCM for severe oral pain with ulcers caused by chemotherapy. 


    Dr. Xueli Fu
Topic: Integrative Medicine Treatment to Hypertension and Diabetes 

Language:English Speaking, oral Chinese translation



Executive President, World Federation of Integrative Medicine

Dr. Jack Fu is a licensed Acupuncturist and has a PhD in Oriental Medicine. He is a Qi GONG Master and an 8 degree black belt Master in Tai Chi, Qi Gong and Martial Arts (Wushu).

Dr. Fu comes from a long line of doctors of traditional Chinese Medicine. A sixth-generation acupuncturist, Dr. Fu’s training started at age 5, when he began studying martial arts and Qi Gong (practices that awaken one’s inner chi or subtle energy).

Dr. Fu believes that because every patient is unique, treatment plans should be customized to fit their individual needs. “The patient and the doctor must build a true partnership.”

Master Fu’s unique skills, acquired over a lifetime of intense training, and mastery of Qi Gong and martial arts, allows him to share not only his medical knowledge, but also enables patients to access abundant and powerful Qi (“Chi”), a palpable healing energy, that allows healing on a holistic level.

Dr. Fu has twenty years clinical experience and is versed in painless acupuncture.

Dr. Fu is concurrently the Executive President of the World Federation of Integrative Medicine, the Dean of the School of Continuing Education and Extension of the University of East-West Medicine, USA, the executive VP of the Emei Martial Arts Medical Research Institute, and the director of the World TCM Forum.


Integrative medicine treats high blood pressure and diabetes using a combination of spiritual-technique, diet, exercise, Chinese and Western medicine, and acupuncture, with a focus on treating the whole person, not focused only on separate parts. 

1While practicing fasting, it is helpful to also be practicing authentic, Yang style Taijiquan and the six special qigong practices focused on lowering blood pressure or Qigong for helping diabetes. 

2Acupuncture for the treatment of hypertension and diabetes includes techniques including Dong’s special acupoints, body acupuncture, electro-acupuncture, acupuncture, moxibustion, bloodletting, ear acupoints and other methods, each of which has its own effect and can be combined based on the specific case. 

3The treatment of diabetes should also be a human-centered, holistic treatment, and attention should be paid to medicine and food homology during treatment. The root of diabetes is the dysfunction of spleen and stomach which is weak, especially the spleen-yang deficiency. The combination of practice and treatment is the right way.  

   Dr. Jui-Pin Shen
Topic: Introduction of F.A.C.E.

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


President of Taiwan Facial Acupuncture Society 

Executive Director of Taipei Chinese Medical Association 

Executive Director of Taiwan Society of Chinese Medical Cosmetology 

Director of Lixin TCM Clinic


With this presentation, I would like to introduce: What is FACE? Why was the FACE developed? Practical application of FACE; Instrument for FACE; Side Effects? Media promotion; Clinic Design; The principles of the FACE; Understanding of facial structure; Diagnosis of face; Application of FACE; The process of FACE.


Prof. Sheng Chun Lu
Topic: Application of Acupotomy Medicine in Cosmetology

Language:Chinese speaking, oral English translation


Dr. Shengchun Lu, born in 1960, is the chief physician. He is currently the vice president of the Acupotomy Specialty Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies, the vice president of the Acupotomy Specialty Committee of the China Research and Promotion of Traditional Chinese Medicine, and the Distinguished Professor of the College of Acupuncture and Moxibustion of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, the Distinguished Professor of the Beijing Institute of Hanzhang Acupotomy Medicine, Chief Dean of Shengchun Hospital Group, and Chief Professor of the Acupotomy Clinical Training Workshop of Shengchun Hospital Group. Previously, he served as director of pediatrics, director of internal medicine, director of infectious diseases, and vice president of Dexin Hospital, the Jiangxi Copper Corp. His clinical practice is comprehensive.

Dr. Lu has been engaged in the clinical and research of Acupotomy for 33 years, and has trained more than 10,000 Acupotomy students domestically and internationally. He is recognized as a practical Acupotomy expert in China. He has made outstanding contributions in the inheritance and development of Acupotomy medicine. He not only has achieved outstanding achievements in the treatment of orthopedic diseases such as neck, shoulder, waist and leg pain using Acupotomy, but also has made major breakthroughs in the treatment of internal medicine diseases, ENT diseases, gynecological diseases, dermatological diseases with acupotomy. Dr. Lu specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of intractable diseases with integrated Chinese and Western medicine.


Acupuncture has significant short-term and long-term effects in the treatment of wrinkles, scars, acne, chloasma, and face-lifting. 

 Acupuncture can help remove scars and adhesions, improve local blood circulation, and promote local stem cell proliferation, differentiation, and migration; it can help human body absorb type 2 collagen, re-synthesize, and secrete type 1 collagen by fibroblasts, make the skin smooth and lustrous, and remove skin pigmentation. 

The KeyPoint of acupotomy for wrinkles is to cut insertion point of the expression muscle, which is not the starting point of Smas fascia, but is the insertion point of skin dermis layer to achieve reliable results. The more important thing is the cosmetic effect will last for a long time, and the side effects are minimum.  Therefore, the application of acupotomy in cosmetology has a bright future.

Prof. Haizhong Jia
Topic: Experience of Managing Diabetes by Traditional Chinese Medicine

Language:Chinese speaking, oral English translation 


Prof. Haizhong Jia, PhD, Chief Physician

President, Beijing Cifang Chinese Medicine

Dr. Haizhong Jia, PhD., Chief Physician, is an Adjunct Professor of Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, and mentor of Chinese Medicine master program. Dr. Jia also served as an Expert Reviewer of the National Medical Products Administration (NMPA) (formerly the China Food and Drug Administration, or CFDA), Vice President of “Chinese Medicine House Alliance”, China Association of Chinese Medicine. Dr. Jia was a Chief Physician at China-Japan Friendship Hospital, the National Health and Family Planning Commission of the People’s Republic of China (NHFPC), and was “the Second Group of National Outstanding TCM Clinical Talents” of State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine, “Famous Young and Middle-aged TCM Doctors Loved by the Capital Public” of Beijing Administration of TCM. Currently, Dr. Jia is an elected Chairman of “Cifang International Forum on TCM Inheritance and Development” sponsored by  China Association of Chinese Medicine, and the President of Beijing Cifang Chinese Medicine.

 Dr. Jia invented a series of high-tech achievements in digitalization and intelligence of TCM, such as “Cifang Famous Doctor Telemedicine System”. Dr. Jia’s work has been deeply reported by People’s Daily, Science and Technology Daily, Health News and China Chinese Medicine News. He has also been invited to be a guest speaker in the health programs of 8 TV stations, including CCTV “The Road to Health” and Beijing TV “Health Hall”.

 Dr. Jia has long been engaged in theoretical and clinical research on the integration of Chinese and Western Buddhist medicine, and has created a systematic academic system of Cifang Chinese Medicine and Cifang Chinese Medicine chain of private clinics. In recent years, Dr. Jia has authored and co-authored 10+ academic books, including “The essence of the special effect therapy of latitudinal pulse acupuncture” series books published by China Press of Traditional Chinese Medicine.


Focusing on the following eight aspects, I would like to systematically introduce my clinical experience of traditional Chinese medicine in the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes: 

  1. The “Theory of Separation of Body and Spirit of TCM” that must be known; 2. The “energy metabolism” that must be known; 3. What would be the correct treatment goals for diabetes? 4. What is the reason for the rise in blood sugar? 5. Should the blood sugar number be the only judging indicator of diabetic curative effect? 6. My TCM Experience in the diagnosis and treatment of diabetes; 7. Diagnosis and application of western medicine for diabetes; 8. Diet and Exercise for diabetes
Prof. Mao-Feng Sun
Topic: The Role of Acupuncture in Treating Gāo huāng Pain – Introduction to Tiao Dong Acupuncture Method

Language:Chinese Speaking, oral English translation


American College of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine (ACAOM)

United States Visiting Professor

Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine China               Visiting Professor

Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine China        Visiting Professor

Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine China  Visiting Professor

The Union of Chinese Medical Association Taiwan   Chairman

Chinese Medical Association of Acupuncture Taiwan              Honorary Chairman

National Union of Chinese Medical Doctor’s Association Taiwan         Honorary Chairman

World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies (WFAS)       Executive Committee


Myofascial Pain Syndrome (MPS) is a disorder of muscle pain with painful pressure points, mainly characterized by Trigger Point (TrP). Trigger points are the main source of widespread musculoskeletal pain, as each of the skeletal muscles, which account for approximately 40% of the body weight, may produce trigger points, which induce dysfunction of the neuromuscular system. Trauma, inflammation, disc pathology, chronic incorrect posture, and emotional stress can all contribute to the development of this disease. 


The trigger point phenomena are localized tenderness, taut band, local twitch response, referred pain, and other special phenomena that can be felt when touching the trigger point. If the pressure on the trigger point persists, there will be referred autonomic phenomena, including muscle contracture, vasoconstriction, sweat increase, and coldness.  


Current treatments for myofascial pain syndrome(MPS)  include stretch and spray, local injection, acupuncture, medication, physical therapy, and psychological consultation. 


Chinese medicine has developed different theories and corresponding therapies for the clinical diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal pain for thousands of years. “Invaluable Formulas for Emergency, Volume 29, Examples of Moxibustion” by Sun Simiao of the Tang Dynasty: “There is the method of A-Shi acupuncture, if someone is sick with pain, he should pinch (pink) it, and if the inside (fruit) is at the right place, without asking the acupoint, it will quickly become the pain point, that is referred as A-Shi. Both Acupuncture and moxibustion all work well, so it is also called A-Shi point… Those who are ill with the hand press it will be quickly recovered, practically if you are careful, calm and mindful, you can understand it.” The name of A-Shi acupoint comes from this; it is mainly used to treat the symptoms of meridians and tendons, that is, common clinical symptoms such as pain, spasm, rigidity, and convulsions. Ancient healers used needles to prick the A-Shi point, and the patient would feel pain, comfort, heat, and other sensations, followed by relief of meridian symptoms. In modern times, on the basis of A-Shi point, the longitudinal acupuncture therapy with round and long needles has been developed, and the needles are accurately inserted obliquely into the injured muscle bundles. It has obvious curative effect on cord softening, pain relief and functional recovery, and has a complete and lasting therapeutic effect, rather than temporary anesthesia analgesia or hypnosis.  


The theory of “tendon out of the groove” is proposed in Chinese medicine traumatology for tendon disorders. ” Golden Mirror of the Medical Tradition – Key Points to the Hearty Methods of Bone Alignment” states: “The tendons are chipped, longitudinal, rolled, spastic, turned, rotated, separated, and combined…”, as well as “tendon distortion” and “tendon walking”, all refer to the loss of the original position of the tendon after injury. Depending on the original position of the tendon with or without a groove, those with a groove are called “tendon out of the groove”, while those without a groove are called “tendon twisting”, “tendon turning” or generally “tendon injury”. Nowadays, based on the concept of tendon out of groove, acupuncture at the motor nerve fiber ends has been developed to quickly relieve muscle and joint pain. After acupuncture to get qi, with the cooperation of certain manipulations, the limbs or muscles are twitched to achieve the miraculous curative effect of tendon reset and pain relief. 


Dr. Jin Hong Liu
Topic: Application of Zang Jie Theory on Diagnosis and Treatment of Three-grade Target Positions of Cancer

Language:English speaking, oral Chinese translation 


Master’s degree in Acupuncture

Doctor’s degree in TCM Oncology,

Principal of John & Jenny TCM College

Vice-president of The Alliance of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine of Canada  (AACMC)

Honored researcher at International Collaboration Centre of TCM Clinical Research (Canada)

Council member of Canadian Association of Cancer Support

Guest professor at Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine teaching TCM Classical literatures

John Jin Hong Liu, R.Ac & RTCMP received his bachelor degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from Nanjing University of TCM, his master degree in Acupuncture and his doctor degree in TCM Internal Medicine(Oncology) from Zhejiang Chinese Medical University.

He is the principal of John & Jenny TCM College, president of John & Jenny TCM Clinic Centre, and Director of John & Jenny TCM Cancer Centre, vice-president of The Alliance of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine of Canada  (AACMC) , honoured researcher at International Collaboration Centre of TCM Clinical Research (Canada) ,council member of Canadian Association of Cancer Support, currently guest professor at Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine teaching TCM classical literatures and previously professor at Zhejiang University of Traditional Chinese Medicine and a medical doctor at its affiliated TCM Hospital. 

He started to clinically practice Chinese medicine from 1988, using acupuncture and Chinese medicine to treat various pain disorders, paralytic diseases, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus erythematosus and other autoimmune diseases. He is the founder of TCM and Acupuncture Combined Target Treatment and Three-level Target Diagnostic Method inventor of various acupuncture needling techniques including “one-needle multi-directional needling technique ”, “five constituent needling technique” and “heaven-earth qi-moving needling technique”  and has written 2 books – “ TCM and Acupuncture Combined Clinical Essentials I & II”. He also successfully applied the unique acupuncture and Chinese medicine target treatment to tumour, internal medicine and gynecology. The results are clinically proven to be significant. Dr. Liu has won many advanced science and technology awards in the departmental and provincial level. He published up to sixty essays on professional magazines both at home and aboard, participated in the writing of many professional books and was one of the judges for the Chinese National Science Foundation. His project, The Analysis of  Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Target Treatment, was strongly supported by the Chinese National Science Foundation and the Zhejiang Provincial Health Care Outstanding Scholarship.


Tumor diseases are located in the three yin levels, and the Zang organ deficiency is the root. The formation of tumor is that the qi and blood are knotted in the organs and tissues along the corresponding meridian of the Zang organ, which is essentially consistent with the “Zang Jie” theory described in the Shang Han Lun.   

We continue to expand the application of “Zang Jie” theory  in the clinical practice of TCM oncology, take the ten formulas of Zang Jie in Guilin Ancient Version of Shang Han Lun as the longitude and latitude of cancer differentiation and treatment, combined with three-level target diagnosis and the combination of acupuncture and herbal medicine targeted therapy to diagnose and treat various tumors.  Patients were satisfied with the therapeutic effect.   

5 clinical cases are attached below. 

      Dr. Tong Li
Topic: Cosmetic traditional Chinese medicine

Language:English speaking, oral Chinese translation


President of the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (CCATCM)

Dr. Diana Tong Li is the founder and president of the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (CCATCM), the vice president of the Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Association of Canada (CMAAC), and the president of the Nova Scotia chapter of CMAAC. Dr. Diana Tong Li is an executive committee member of the World Federation of the Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies (WFAS), the vice chairman of Psychosomatic Medicine Committee of the World Federation of Chinese Societies (WFCMS). Vice President of Federation of Traditional Chinese Medicine Colleges of Canada.

Dr. Diana Tong Li’s medical training started in 1980 at the young age of 16 when she was enrolled in Guiyang Traditional Chinese Medicine College. By 1985, she had obtained her bachelor’s degree in medicine. For the next two years, Dr. Li worked at the Second People Hospital (HuQiong hospital) in Shenzhen, where she helped build their first Acupuncture and Moxibustion department. In 1987, she moved on to pursue her master’s degree at the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine. Finally, Dr. Li received her PhD in Acupuncture and TCM from the Heilongjiang University of Chinese Medicine.

Together with Dr. Franklyn Chen, Dr. Li established her first career college, Canadian College of Natural Medicine (CCNM), in 1998. CCNM focused on offering diplomas in Chinese Acupressure massage and Swedish massage therapy. In 2008, CCNM changed its name to Canadian College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (CCATCM). CCATCM is a government approved career college purely focused on promoting Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Its purpose is to train more qualified practitioners of acupuncture and TCM to face the increased demand within the rapidly growing industry. To date, CCATCM has trained hundreds of qualified Acupuncture practitioners who practice in Canada, USA, and other countries.

Dr. Li has also worked with Dr. Franklyn Chen to publish several specialized English textbooks, including Traditional Chinese Medicine Foundations, Dr. Li-Chen Acupressure Massage for Relaxation and Health, Dr. Li-Chen Acupressure Massage Treating Pain Conditions, Dr. Li-Chen Acupressure Meridian Massage, and Dr. Li-Chen Acupressure Massage Treating Common Illness.

Dr. Li is well-respected in the local medical community for her passion and success in establishing the first clinic dedicated to acupuncture and TCM in Atlantic Canada. She has helped thousands of patients with a broad array of conditions. As a result of her more than 30-year history of conception, healing, and success in Canada, Dr. Li is an established expert on acupuncture and TCM and is frequently sought-after for interviews. With her public education and efforts, despite her busy schedule, Dr. Li often dedicates herself to a variety of media organizations, such as CBC, ATV, The Chronicle Herald, Chatelaine, and Global News. Dr. Li’s expertise has led to the publishing of many clinical research papers on the topics of acupuncture and TCM, treatment of pain, addiction, mental health conditions, and more.


Traditional Chinese Medicine for facial rejuvenation has a thousand-year long history based on Traditional Chinese Medicine Theory. TCM uses meridians and common acupuncture points to achieve beauty from the inside out. In this topic, Dr. Diana Tong Li will discuss how to use the most common Traditional Chinese Medicine therapies (gua sha, cupping, acupressure, acupuncture) to achieve facial rejuvenation.” 

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