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Before you can say "Jack Robinson", Christmas is here with us. The year 2007 stamps the 12th Anniversary of the Toronto School of Traditional Chinese (TSTCM). It is a year full of change, progression, and achievements. We witnessed the appointment of the Registrar of the Transitional Council of the TCMA College and the blast of interest in TCMA study. The success of the school reflects its steady reputation of high quality education and thoughtfully proactive movements. The year to come will turn the universe into a blank new page; yet remain unchanged is TSTCM's promise to promote a better healthy society through its education and clinic service. The year 2008 predicts a trend of greater societal acceptance of TCMA, making a career in the field more rewarding. It is also a year that you start to ponder over a path to HEALTHIER AND HAPPIER life. Make TSTCM your choice and cultivate your splendid career in TCMA as our graduates have done in the past.

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Apply NOW and START in JANUARY!

There are only couple weeks away from the New Year and TSTCM is still accepting applications for Winter 2008 enrolment. DON¡¯T MISS the more flexible schedule for more courses with the choices of evening, weekend and day courses for theory, diagnosis, acupuncture, herbal medicine, tuina massage, physiology and pharmacology, acupuncture anatomy, TCM classics, Wen Bing Xue (Febrile Diseases) and much more. Download the class schedule.

Increasing Awareness of and Interests in a TCM Career from University Students

Crowded by the interested students, school represenatives were hardly able to answer all inquiries from them during the University Career Fairs. School information package had been quickly given out. Many of the university students unexpectedly had insightful understanding of TCM and a career in the field. This increasing interest from undergrads in TCM profession, along with the progressing regulation process in Ontario, encourages us to foresee a soaring supply of highly competent TCMA practitioners to provide safe and professional treatments to the Ontarians.

Standing Upfront for New Challenges - Graduates Are Ready for Their Career

Cracking a relaxing smile on their faces, students finishing the graduation exams finally took a big breath after months painstaking preparation. At this moment, nothing is more important for them than the thrill of being able to reach so far! The future of getting a foot into the field may be challenging; nonetheless the students have been well trained mastering comprehensive knowledge and practical skills to stay ahead with confidence. Click here to experience their happiness after the exam.

Dr. Mary Wu Shared Her Expertise to Public for A Heathier Life with TCM in Winter

Dr. Mary Wu was invited by the Weather Network to share some tips on how to maintain a healthier life in Winter according to TCM theories. It is the second time since this summer that Dr. Wu explains the relationship between weather, health, and TCM through this TV channel. Interested in finding out more tips in getting better health in Winter with TCM, please refer to the "TCM & Health" section.

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TSTCM and Community
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TSTCM at Whole Life Expo

TSTCM has attended its 10th consecutive year at the Whole Life Expo-2007. Dr. Wu's lecture on ¡°Healing and Preventing Cardiovascular Diseases with Traditional Chinese Medicine¡± was well attended. The lecture was inspiring, informative and interactive. Many people were attracted to the booth after the presentation and have experienced TCM pulse and tongue diagnosis, acupuncture and tuina massage treatments from the students. TSTCM participates over 20 shows or fairs and events every year to educate the general public, health professions and university students about the benefit of TCM for health and for career. These events also provide students an opportunity to be exposed and learn business promotion and public relations. Click here to glance over the event.

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TCM & Health
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Keep Warm for Better Circulation. Self-Tuina Massage to Strengthen the Immune System

According to TCM, external cold attacks the body through the body surface and invades the body through meridians. Cold pathogen cause aggregation and obstruction of muscles and tendons and damages the internal yang energy.

To protect the body from the attack of external cold, simple remedies and measures works effectively according to Traditional Chinese Medicine...Click here to download full article.

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What Comes Next?
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Free Seminar in Feb. 2008 Led by Dr. Mary Wu

Invited by SGS Group - leading inspection, verification, testing and certification company, Dr. Mary Wu will give a lecture briefing how TCM can promote a healthier heart on Friday, Feb. 29th, 2008.

This 2-hour inspiring, informative and interactive seminar is designed to provide a brief introduction to the fundamental theory, diagnostic methods and treatment modalities of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and how TCM can benefit the heart and the mind. Click here to obtain full information of this seminar.

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Within this Issue:
  1. Last Call for Winter 2008 Enrolment
  2. TSTCM Receives Crowded Interest from Undergrads
  3. Graduates Ready for Sail
  4. Dr. Wu's Interview with The Weather Network
  5. TSTCM @ Whole Life Expo
  6. Winter Health Tips
  7. Free Seminar to Public in Feb. 29th, 2008

Open House

Catch this opportunity to get a closer look at Ontario's BEST TCM school and to learn what you will achieve from a TCM career!

7pm-9pm, Thursday
December 20, 2007


Register Here or Call 416-782-9682