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Vol. 1, No. 3: Autumn 1991

 

AUTUMN 1991, 52 pages: Features: The Baoding Iron Ball by Steve Luo; The Subtle Art of Feng Shui by Ed Levin; A Chinese Herbal Pharmacy...In Your Garden? by Dr. John Baker; Eastern vs. Western Arthritis Exercises by Dr. Yang Jwing Ming; Internal Strength by Mike Sigman. Departments: Qigong and Chinese Materia Medica by Dr. Tzu Kuo Shih; Effects of Some Rules of Taijiquan on Circulation of Blood by Tang, You-yue, edited by Charlotte Sun, RN, PhD.; Teas, Herbal and Other by Dr. John Baker; Chinese Calligraphy: He (Harmony) by Steven Luo; Be Balanced with Central Equilibrium and Move from the Center by Eo Omwake

 

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