• Upcoming Events

    • Celebration Party for UEWM August 2017 New Graduate & CA Acupuncturist License Exam attandents

      Sunday, Oct 01, 2017

      President Dr. Ying Qiu Wang represented UEWM to organize a celebration lunch party to celebrate the new UEWN graduates in August and the students who took the CA Acupuncturist License Exam in August, We are proud that UEWM students have an extremely high pass rate and excellent scores for thr August CA Acupuncturist exam. Congratulations!!!

      Date: Oct 01, 2017 (Sunday)
      Time: 12:00 pm
      Place: University of East-West Medicine Second Floor, Great Hall

      EVENT ONLY for students who are invited by Email Invitation Notice from UEWM
      Telephone Number: 408-636-7711
      Email Address: wding@uewm.edu
      Website: www.uewm.edu
      Address: 595 Lawrence Expressway,
      Sunnyvale, 94085

    • Master Cheng's 6 Year Anniversary

      June 29, 2017

      University of East-West Medicine is honored to celebrate the sixth year anniversary of the establishment of Master Cheng’s Acupuncture Heritage Headquarter on July 1, 2017. Our honorable guests Professor Kai Cheng and TCM Maser Dr. Jinsheng Yang, respectively, will be giving speeches on Cheng’s San Cai Acupuncture and Pain Management and Manipulation. UEWM founder Dr. Ying Qiu Wang will be hosting the ceremony.

      All current students, graduates, and friends of the TCM community are welcome to attend.

      Date: July 1, 2017 (Saturday)
      Time: 2:30 pm
      Place: University of East-West Medicine Second Floor, Great Hall

      1. Cheng’s Acupuncture Heritage Headquarter development history in the United States
      2. Clinical application of acupuncture and guasha in Pain Management and Manipulation with demonstration – Dr. Jinsheng Yang
      3. Cheng’s San Cai Acupuncture and demonstration – Prof. Kai Cheng

      Telephone Number: 408-738-8881
      Email Address: wding@uewm.edu
      Website: www.uewm.edu
      Address: 595 Lawrence Expressway,
      Sunnyvale, 94085

    • 2017 Campus Open House

      Dec. 16, Saturday (2-4PM)

      In Dec. 16, Saturday (2-4PM), we will have the introduction for both the Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine Program and Doctor of Oriental Medicine & Acupuncture Program, Enrollment presentation begins at 2pm. During the event we will show you an informative presentation about the school, take a campus tour, hold personal admission counseling sessions, and answer any questions that come up along the way. You will also receive a complete admissions packet when you check in to our Open House. Phone: 408-738-8889 (Chinese) 408-738-8881 (English), Address: 595 Lawrence Expressway Sunnyvale, CA 94085

    • 2018 Spring Semester

      Jan. 8, 2018

      2018 Spring Semester starts on Jan 8th. Now accepting applications. Contact UEWM Admissions Office for more information. Veiw Class Schedule

    • Accepting Tuina Massage Program Applications

      May 22, 2017

      The Tuina class starts on May 22th. Now accepting applications. Contact UEWM admission office 408-738-8881 or email admissions@uewm.edu for more information.

    • USCTF Therapeutic Taiji Training Course in Sunnyvale

      April 30 - May 1, 2016
      Therapeutic Taiji Training Course

      The next coming up training course has been organized by UEWM, the Head Quarter University of US Collegiate Taiji Federation.

  • Latest News

    • Oct 01, 2017 -- Celebration Lunch Party for August new graduates / CA Acupuncturist License Exam attemdants


      Oct 01, 2017

      The Mid- Autumn Festival is celebrating harvest rewarding seasons, champagne represents new beginning. Flowers represent elated. UEWM MSTCM program, DAOM program and Medical Center held the celebration party together. President Ying Qiu Wang had a speech at the celebration party on Oct. 01, He congratulates to the students who had passed the CA Acupuncturist License Exam and completed the MSTCM degree in August, he thanked to UEWM faculties and students for their one year effort, he also introduced updated information of DAOM program. Specially, UEWM's DAOM programs offer discount ONLY for UEWM's MSTCM graduates for their continuing support.
      UEWM DAOM Program has an excellent faculty team, our faculty members include: Herguan Medicine Theory founder Dr. Yingqiu Wang, National Chinese Medicine Master Dr. Guikang Wei, Yi Jing Master Dr. Li Yang, Herbology Master Jinri Xie, etc. UEWM had invited Dr. Ding Ming Liu who are the world class famous medical specialists to visit our Campus in Oct. & Dec this year respectively.
      MSTCM, DAOM and Medical Center are all so inspiring and confident. We believe that UEWM is growing stronger and more excellent for the current and prospective students.

    • 2017 MSTCM Graduation Ceremoney


      Aug. 26, 2017

      Congratulations to the graduating class of 2017! We would also like to thank the hundreds of friends and family who came to join our graduation ceremony on Saturday, August the 26th For photos of the ceremony please visit http://bit.ly/2wfHQ4C More

    • 2017 DAOM Graduation Ceremoney


      August 26th, 2017

      Congratulations to the 2017 graduating class of the DAOM program. Thank you everyone who attended. Photos can be found in the link above this post.

    • UEWM Tai Chi Graduate Recognized for Research


      May 17, 2017
    • Congratulations to UEWM students for winning Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals at the 25th Annual Chinese Martial Arts Tournament!


      March.27, 2017

      The 25th Annual Chinese Martial Art Tournament  was held 3/25-26/2017 at the University of California, Berkeley, and  turned out to be quite successful for UEWM students participating.

      Therapeutic Taiji Training Course
    • How to Stay Sane During the Elections: Understanding Through the Lens of Chinese Medicine

      Jul. 08, 2016

      One of our DAOM student recently had an article published in Acupuncture Today....More

    • Dr.Weng's recent trip to Ohio

      Apr. 19, 2016
      National Shuaijiao Seminar

      Participating in the 24th Annual Great Lakes Kung-Fu and Shuai Chiao Tournament 4/16/16 in Ohio Dr.Weng was invited as the Tournament Arbitrator and conducting a National Shuai Chiao Seminar for instructors from all over the country....More

  • Chinese scientist Prof. YouYou Tu Won 2015 Nobel Prize for Medicine, whose discoveries led to the development of potent new drugs against parasitic diseases such as malaria and elephantiasis. Traditional herbal medicine leads to anti-malaria drug!

    Prof. YouYou Tu Won 2015 Nobel Prize for Medicine

    Professor Tu discovered the drug, derived from a herb used to treat fevers some 1,700 years ago. "It is my dream that Chinese medicine will help us conquer life-threatening diseases worldwide, and that people across the globe will enjoy its benefits for health promotion," Tu wrote in a 2011 commentary in the science journal Nature Medicine.
    Details of the News, please click: Nobel Prize for Medicine: Discoveries used to fight malaria, river blindness snare scientists top honour

  • July 1, 2017 China passes law at its top legislature to boost traditional medicine

    The law, which will come into effect on July 1, 2017, is aimed at improving patient access to a wider range of healthcare.

    China passed a law at its top legislature demonstrating its intention to put greater emphasis on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in its healthcare system. The law, which will come into effect on July 1, 2017, is aimed at improving patient access to a wider range of healthcare. This ancient form of medicine has been somewhat neglected since the introduction of Western medicine under the Qing dynasty (1644-1912). Over 2,000 years old, Traditional Chinese Medicine covers five main areas: acupuncture, qigong (exercise), massage, plants and minerals and dietary therapy. According to a white paper published by China's State Council Information Office in December 2016, there are 3,966 TCM hospitals and 42,528 TCM clinics in China, employing around 452,000 practitioners. These hospitals and clinics undertake an average of 910 million consultations per year.
    Details of the News, please click: China passes law to boost traditional medicine

  • Important Parking Information

    Weekends EXTRA Parking

    Please follow these rules when parking on campus during weekends.
    1. Enter the Residence Inn through their SECOND DRIVEWAY about ½ block or so past the first driveway which goes by the office area.
    2. Park only on the backside of their lot along the fence that runs parallel to Lawrence Expressway
    3. Walk in and out of the lot through the gate that opens to Lawrence Expressway, just a few feet from the campus front driveway.
    4. Put the sign on your car dashboard while parked at the Inn.
    Details: Weekends EXTRA Parking Rules

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