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An excerpt from ‘The Simplified Diagram of Mingtang’ published in the Ming Dynasty. ‘Mingtang’ means mansion-house or hall and acupoints are called ‘the house of Qi’. This may be another correlating factor between ‘acupoint’ and ‘Mingtang’. Since ‘Mingtang’ gradually became a substitute for ‘acupoint’, the so-called ‘Mingtang diagram’ generally referred to ‘the diagram of acupoints’. (Courtesy of Dr Kim Nam-Il, Department of Medical History, College of Oriental Medicine, Kyung Hee University, Seoul, South Korea.)

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