Oregon Acupuncture History
About This Guide
This guide is meant to assist you with finding information about the History of Acupuncture in Oregon. Here, you will find suggested books, media, and web resources.
Dreaming of Gold, Dreaming of Home
by Madeline Hsu (E 184.06 H874d 2000)
Dreams of the West: A History of the Chinese in Oregon
by Madeline Hsu (F 885.C5 C539d 2007)
China Doctor of John Day
by Jeffrey Barlow and Christine Richardson (WZ 100 I44c 1979)
Chinese Medicine Men: Consumer Culture
in China and Southeast Asia by Sherman Cochran (QV 711 JC6 C663c)
Hong Kong Apothecary: A Visual History of Chinese Medicine Packaging
by Simon Go (QV 717 G573h 2003)
Sweet Cakes, Long Journey: The Chinatowns of Portland, Oregon
by Marie Rose Wong (F 884 W872s 2004)
by Oregon Public Broadcasting (WZ 140.AO7)
History of Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine in Oregon
a history of acupuncture in the state of Oregon presented by Wai Tak Cheung.
Oregon Experience-Kam Wah Chung
link to video about Kam Wah Chung online.
Wai Tak Cheung Collection
OCOM Libraries biography of Wai Tak Cheung.
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