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832-393233 - The tallest skyscrapers in the Pudong Special Economic Zone: Shanghai World Financial Center, nicknamed The Bottle Opener at 492 meters, Jin Mao Tower, nicknamed The Syringe at 420 meters, and the 632-meter Shanghai Tower, nicknamed The Twist, Shanghai, People's Republic of China
1348-1091 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Pinch the nape going down. Aim : relieve torticolis.
1348-1089 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Hand folded in shell, hit gently at the level of the nostril. Aim : relieve the intestines (bloatings, flatulences).
1348-1088 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Massage the point Conception vessel 22. Aim : treatment of asthma.
1348-1096 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Pressure of the point Large intestine 4 then rotation. Aim : treatment of migraine, nausea, asthma, nervous breakdown, indigestion.
1348-1082 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Press during a few seconds a point in the inner corner of the eye (image n? 3590009 or n? 3590109), then in the external corner (image n? 3589909), then 3 points in the inferior border of the socket (image n? 3589709). Aim : relieve sinusites.
1348-1084 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Hit with the articulation of the medium the hollow behind the pelvic wings. Aim : action on the menses (irregular cycles).
1348-1086 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Pressure of the point Heart meridian 6. Aim : treatment of nausea.
1348-1099 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Pressure of the 4 points located between the toes. Aim : fight against tiredness.
1348-1098 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Pressure of various points at the level of Achille's tendon. Aim : fight anxiety.
1348-1083 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Pinch firmly the skin above the nose between the thumb and the forefinger. Aim : relieve sinusites.
1348-1090 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Massage the point Conception vessel 14. Aim : relieve anxiety and anguish.
1348-1092 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Pressure and rotation movement on the point : Large intestine 4. Aims : treatment of asthma, anxiety and anguish.
1348-1085 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Hit with the articulation of the medium the hollow behind the pelvic wings. Aim : action on the menses (irregular cycles).
1348-1095 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Pressure (with the two thumbs in V) of the point Bladder 57. Aim : relieve cramps.
1348-1100 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Knead the arch of the foot with the thumb. Aim : relieve foot rheumatisms.
1348-1094 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Hand folded in shell, hit gently at the level of the nostril. Aim : relieve the intestines (bloatings, flatulences).
1348-1087 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Massage the point Bladder 7 (small hollow at 2 finger's breadth just aside the top of the skull). Aim : relieve sinusites.
1348-1093 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Pressure then massage of the point Bladder 57 (posterior side of the calf). Aim : relieve hemorroids.
1348-1097 - The Do In is an automassage technique of chinese origin, then imported in Japan. This technique is based on the pressure of certains points (acupressure) aiming at correcting body disorders. Pressure of the point Spleen 6. Aim : relieve painful menses.
1116-49654 - Plastic bags full of dried frogs for sale at a medicine shop. The frogs are dried for use as aphrodisiacs in Chinese medicine, Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China
1061-48 - Malayan Sun Bear (Aelarctos malayanus), vulnerable, rapidly declining, down 30 percent due to deforestation, hunting and use in traditional Chinese medicine, France, Europe
1061-49 - Malayan Sun Bear (Aelarctos malayanus), vulnerable, rapidly declining, down 30 percent due to deforestation, hunting and use in traditional Chinese medicine, France, Europe
832-52028 - Acupuncture, a female model with marked acupuncture points labeled with Chinese characters on the meridians, detail head and torso, traditional Chinese medicine, TCM, the body's energy flow, Qi
832-52030 - Acupuncture, a female model with marked acupuncture points labeled with Chinese characters on the meridians, traditional Chinese medicine, TCM, the body's energy flow, Qi
832-52025 - Acupuncture, a model with marked acupuncture points labeled with Chinese characters on the meridians, detail legs and feet, traditional Chinese medicine, TCM, the body's energy flow, Qi
832-52027 - Acupuncture, a female model with marked acupuncture points labeled with Chinese characters on the meridians, detail head and torso, traditional Chinese medicine, TCM, the body's energy flow, Qi