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Q: Do any one know about full body acupuncture ?

what it is called in chinese ? where and how can a person do it if he has no aliments or illiness just doing it for fun.?

9 years 36 weeks ago in  General  - Qingdao

 
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I've had it done in hospitals here. I wouldn't trust any old massage parlor to stick needles in my body.

As for how to say it, I believe the characters are 针刺, pronounced zhenci (1st tone, 4th tone)

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