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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. Dr. Chi-Hsiu D Weng, Dean of the Tai Chi Program and an international martial arts master,reported these awards:

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UEWM Tai Chi Club Team captured 3 gold and 5 silver medals in Chinese Martial Art Tournament 24th annual event at UC Berkeley on...More

Congratulations to the student from UEWM Yannhaur Huang who has been recommended by the conference chair that his proposal entitled "Public Health Policy: The Effectiveness and Enforcement of Flu Vaccines to Students - A Case Analysis from San Francisco Bay Area Residents" has been accepted for Oral Presentation and publication in the conference proceedings for the 2016 International Academic Business Conference Washington DC / 2016 International Education Conference Washington DC held from 4/24/2016 through 4/28/2016.

1) Invited by Organizing Committee of 2015 Wenzhou International Chinese Shuaijiao Championship Dr.Weng addressed at the forum of " The Development of Chinese Shuaijiao in...More

A recent trip to Asia by Dr.Chi-hsiu D Weng, Dean of College of Tai Chi has fruitful results: 1) Meeting with the Chief of Shuaijiao (Chinese Wrestling) in China ,Pang Guaoxing about...More

On Tuesday, September 22nd the University of East-West Medicine and Herguan hosted a blood drive on their shared campus in Sunnyvale, CA in order to aid the American Cancer Society and victims of the Valley Fire in California as well as the Nepal...More

Congratulation graduating class of 2015!

Tai-chi Dean Dr. Daniel Weng recently went on a trip to Asia to participate in many prestigious events. His trip included:

  1. Invited by the 2015 Organizing Committee of the Whenzhou International Chinese Shuaijiao Championship, Dr. Weng addressed the forum of “The Development of Chinese Shuaijiao in Worldwide Promotion” in Wenzhou on...More

Our recent DAOM Pediatrics class with Soma Glick gave DAOM students key treatment strategies to deal with pediatric cases-an area that many practitioners have a limited understanding of. It's certainly a valuable field of study as many adults who have positive results with TCM may also choose to bring their children in for treatment. More

The Tai Chi Club team from UEWM participated in the 23rd Annual Chinese Martial Arts Tournament at UC Berkeley last weekend. According to Dean Weng, the results turned out to be rather astonishing.

UEWM placed 3rd overall in the group event, taking the bronze medal home to Sunnyvale. Most notably, a new student...More

  • Upcoming Events

    • Campus Open House

      July 2, 2016
      2:00 PM

      During the event we will show you an informative presentation about the school, take a campus tour, hold personal admission counseling... MORE

    • 2016 Summer Semester

      May 2, 2016
      TBA

      2016 Summer semester starts at May 2nd. Now accepting applications. Contact UEWM admission office for more information.

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      Previous Events

    • 2015 FALL CEU SEMINARS

      September - December, 2015

      UEWM is pleased to introduce our visiting professors for the 2015 CEU seminars... MORE

    • 13th Annual Graduation

      Aug 22, 2015
      8:30 - 10:30

      The 13th Annual Graduation for UEWM will begin on August 22nd at 9:00am

    • Mother's Day Festival

      May 9, 2015
      10:00 AM

      The University of East-West Medicine will be at the 2015 Mother's Day Festival at the Cupertino Memorial Park on Saturday May 9th. Visit us at our booth for more information!

    • CEU - Dr. Peter Fairfield: Oriental Medicine Psychiatry

      Apr 4-5, 2015

      April 4 & 5 (Saturday & Sunday) we will have Dr. Peter Fairfield (OMD, LA.c) lecturing the topic: Oriental Medicine Psychiatry. Dr. Fairfield earned his Psychology degree from Ohio University, and his Acupuncture Oriental Medicine degree from New England School of Acupuncture. He has acquired vast clinical knowledge in his 40 years of practice. The hours of CEU for this course is total 16 hours (8 hours/per day).

    • Tai Chi Course Open to Public

      Objective: Stress Reduction, Weight Control, and Prevention of Injury from Falling.

      Class Period: 4/3 - 5/12(subject to change)

      Duration: 6 weeks (12 Meetings)

      Time: 9am-10am every Tuesday

      Location: Great Hall at UEWM

      Instructor: Dr. Weng; Instructor at College of Tai Chi and Traditional Chinese Medicine.

      Price: $80       Registration Fee: $10

      Class Size: 10-15


      Details: This course is open to the public, so anyone can join! The date of the class is subject to change, depending on how fast the first ten people sign up!

    • CEU - Theraputic Taiji Training Course

      Feb 7-8, 2015

      Dr. Weng a is proud to make one of its tour stops at University of East-West Medicine on February 7th and 8th, 2015.