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Date October 3-5, 2014
Venue School of Medicine, Showa University, Tokyo, Japan
Title New Breeze of Acupuncture Research-Basic & Clinical
Host iSAMS 2014 Organizing Committee
Hosting Organizations
Showa University, School of Medicine
Korean Pharmacopuncture Institute (KPI)
International Pharmacopuncture Institute (IPI)
Society of Meridian and Acupoint (SMA)
E-mail info@isams.org
Website http://www.isams.org/2014
Date October 2~4, 2015
Venue St. David’s Lecture Theater, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
Host iSAMS 2015 Organizing Committee
Hosting Organizations
University of Otago
Korean Pharmacopuncture Institute (KPI)
International Pharmacopuncture Institute (IPI)
Co-chairs
Prof. George David Baxter
Prof. John Longhurst
Date October 7~9, 2016
Venue School of Medicine, Indiana University, Indianapolis, USA
Host iSAMS 2016 Organizing Committee
Hosting Organizations
Indiana University (IU)
Korean Pharmacopuncture Institute (KPI)
International Pharmacopuncture Institute (IPI)
Co-chairs
Prof. Peter Johnstone
Prof. John Longhurst
Date October 6~8, 2017
Venue Department of Anesthesiology, University of Munich, Germany
Host iSAMS 2017 Organizing Committee
Hosting Organizations
University of Munich
Korean Pharmacopuncture Institute (KPI)
International Pharmacopuncture Institute (IPI)
Co-chairs Dr.Dominik Irnich
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City of Stockholm
Old Town (Gamla Stan)
Old Town (Gamla Stan) is the Stockholm’s original city centre and consists of Stadsholmen island and the islets of Riddarholmen, Helgeandsholmen and Strömsborg. The Old Town dates from the 13th century but most buildings are from the 17- and 1800s. It’s a glorious labyrinth of charming cobbled streets, alleyways, faded mustard and rust coloured town houses and meeting squares reflecting north German architecture.
Photo by Jeppe Wikström - Stockholm Visitors Board
There is much of interest to see and do at the palace. In addition to the Royal Apartments there are three museums: the Treasury that houses the regalia, the Tre Kronor Museum that portrays the medieval history of the palace and Gustav III's Museum of Antiquities. A visit to the Tre Kronor Museum will take you through a five metre thick section of wall, one of the best preserved remnants of a building which was here in the 1200s. This museum is dedicated to the original palace which burned down in 1687. During regular opening hours several guided tours are available to visitors.
The Royal Palace
The Royal Palace is a Baroque building by architect Nicodemus Tessin the Younger stands tall atop the island of the Old Town (Gamla Stan) and is surrounded by quaint untouched cobblestoned streets and listed buildings. The palace has more than 600 rooms on 7 floors and is the official residence of the Swedish Royal Family in Stockholm. See the Royal Apartments, the Treasury and the Tre Kronor Museum where you can get up close to quite an amazing array of crowns and royal costume jewellery and paraphernalia. Must see? Changing of the guard at 12.15 weekdays and Saturday (1.15 pm on Sundays). Walk there. It’s in the middle of the city. You can’t miss it. Also get there by bus and metro.
Photo by Staffan Eliasson - Stockholm Visitors Board
The City Hall (Stadshuset)
The City Hall (Stadshuset), where the Nobel Prize Banquet and festivities are held in Stockholm casts an imposing shadow over Riddarfjärden, the body of water that flows past the Swedish Parliament, various ministries and government departments forming the administrative heart of Sweden. It is here that the local authority of Stockholm has its offices.
Photo by Erik G Svensson - Stockholm Visitors Board
The building was completed in 1923 and is a mix of architectural styles. The 106 metre tall tower is topped by the resplendent, three golden crowns symbol of Sweden. It is worth visiting if only to see the view from here. Another very good reason to visit Stadshuset is the Blue Hall, where the Nobel Prize Banquet and festivities are held.Other highpoints of a visit include a guided tour of the various rooms; halls and salons of this magnificent building that actually looks more like a palace than a town hall.
Stockholm archipelago
Stockholm archipelago is a cluster of some 30,000 islands, skerries and rocks spreading 80 km east from the city into the Baltic Sea. Some are large inhabited islands famed for swinging summer parties and others are little more than rocky outposts or grassy knolls visited by the odd seal or kayaker.
Photo by Jeppe Wikström - Stockholm Visitors Board
For more information, please visit the official website of Stockholm Visitor Bureau:
Karolinska Institute (KI) Campus Solna, Berzelius Hall, Berzelius väg 35 171 65, Solna, Sweden
Korean Pharmacopuncture Institute (KPI) 157-200. AKOM Building 4F. Gayang-dong, Gangseo-gu,Seoul, Korea
Phone :82-2-2658-9052 Fax :82-2-2658-9136 eMail :
Delegate : Daein Kang | Registration number : 109-82-64855
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