Monday, August 31, 2009

TCM Business Cards

Front of a few cards

Backs of the above cards
More fronts
Fav at the moment
Humans also treated
Been picking up a few cards over time and I realised what a beautiful and interesting thing they are. I know some of the people who created them so it's also interesting to clearly see the personality of the person shine through. My favourite of the ones I've picked up so far has to be Victoria Bennett's card. Not only did she avoid the yin yang symbol, but she used some nice original imagery and some nice colours in my opinion. Also I like the fact that humans are treated but really she treats your pet and horses too.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

New UTS TCM Sign/Advert!

Warren popped out from the clinic to see what was going on: He's standing in front of a picture that Sean took of his hand holding a pen... Wow! That will be there for a few years.
Admiration and awe

You never know what will happen next. From a break up, sideways exam question, sunny days then gale force winds and now this! Walking into uni and suddenly there's a giant, bright sign and advert outside my clinic! In fact I witnessed its application to the wall and the awe it created. It makes you feel proud!
Also if you look closely, Goji berries got in there. Infiltrating the western world: the red berry!

Monday, August 24, 2009

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Hi guys,
Here's some pills we had a look at. The lecturer for our disease states class kindly brought them in. I've never seen cluster pills or pills in mini plastic containers each in their own blister packaging before. So there you go. These ones for heart conditions.
Studies continue and time is ripping by. Seems like close to the end of semester again! Only one more year to go. All those holidays I thought I would do extra study in are evaporating. Christmas coming up, then new semester and then hopefully off to China and then graduate. ZOoom!

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Dr Peter C Meier PhD, BSc (ACU), Dip. App. Sc. (ACU), DBM, Adv. Cert. (ACU/MOXA)

Peter doing something with his QiFirst picture I took.

Note the halo effect around him. Could be caused by incorrect white balance in my camera or...

Peter Meier kindly let me take an unplanned, of the moment, picture today when I dropped something off at his office. Thanks Peter! Here he can be seen solidly organising and planning the smooth running of stuff. Peter is also in clinic and teaching and swears more than most of the other lecturers I know... and not just around me.
Peter has a few main dictums:
If you fail to plan, you plan to fail
Respect my authority
Swear word (not mentioned here)

The last one is a generalisation of swearing combined into one swear. However I can't wait until graduation day when Peter will have the sweet pleasure to announce that particular one to us all! :)

Monday, August 10, 2009

Thursday, August 6, 2009

We had to self allocate for 5 groups on 5 bits of paper at the end of the last clinic class. Fortunately I've got long arms and managed to register first. Then I took a picture of the seagull action
Another student decided to follow the toilet paper example for the assignment outline I mentioned previously...

Quick lunch break in between lectures. Chasing the Sun on the green before the buildings blocked it out

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Study Help

Hi CMAers,
Bit snowed with new study I guess. Trying this out now:
Very comprehensive and easy to use online flash card maker. And free too. I found it last semester, after a fellow student recommended it, but it was too late in the semester to use. Now I am giving it a go for herbal formualas and its seems quite useful so far :)


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