April 4 Lecture at Rowan University to Focus on Chinese AcupunctureMarch 31, 2005
Lecture Part of Rowan?s Asian-Pacific Cultural Heritage Month Festivities
?Chinese Acupunctural Therapy? will be the focus of a Monday, April 4, lecture by professor and acupuncturist Dr. Chun Lang Su of the Anhui Chinese Traditional Medical College (China) and the Oriental Treatment Center (Philadelphia). Held in conjunction with Rowan University?s 2005 Asian-Pacific Cultural Heritage Month celebration, the hour-long presentation will begin at 11 a.m. in the Rowan University Student Center, U.S. Route 322, Glassboro.
During the lecture, Su and fellow presenter and journalist Judith Benn Hurley will delve into various aspects of the ancient health therapy of acupuncture, including:
? History of Chinese medicine and acupuncture
? Theory and five elements of Yin and Yang
? Diagnosis in Chinese medicine
? Fourteen Meridians and acupuncture points
? Acupuncture techniques
Sponsored by Rowan?s Asian Studies Program, Asian Cultural Association and Department of Philosophy and Religion, the lecture is free and open to the public. For more information on the acupuncture presentation, contact Asian Studies Coordinator Dr. Youru Wang at 856-256-4077 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn about other Asian-Pacific Cultural Heritage Month activities scheduled at Rowan at: http://www.rowan.edu/news/display_article.cfm?ArticleID=1147.