World Travel

A Glimpse of China: September, 2015.

The first book about Chinese philosophy and culture I read at about the age of fifteen. I must have been a slightly strange 15-year-old to do so, but I do remember carrying The Importance of Living 生活的艺术 by the Chinese writer Lin Yutang onto the train going back to school at the end of the…

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Clive Goes East…Again! July 2015

Long-term readers of these occasional blogs will know that early  in 2013 I was in Korea examining and Lecturing to an impressive group of doctors keen on my specialist subject of Professional Applied Kinesiology. So when they volunteered to host the 2015 international conference I was happy to return and work in Seoul for another…

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December 2013 Acupuncture , Chinese medicine studies

2013 started for me with my journey examining and lecturing in East Asia, which I wrote about in our February blog here. followed by more of the same later in April in Australia,  which appeared in May here and we end the travelling year with an account from Andy Roscoe, our  long time resident Acupuncturist,…

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February Bonus 2013

Asian Travels January 2013 Normally these blogs have a distinct health and wellbeing theme. This month, because, as some of you may know, during January I was away in Asia working and playing, this is an un-ashamed travelogue month, when I share with you where and what I was up to. So if you could…

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February Blog 2013

Greetings From Tokyo 東京 View of Shinjuku skyscrapers and Mount Fuji as seen from the Bunkyo Civic Center in Tokyo, January 2009, image by Morio and sourced from Wikipedia.org. As the largest metropolitan area in the world, (32.5m) Tokyo takes some getting used to, even though it was my home for a year, forty years…

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