Continuing Professional TCM Education or CPE will be compulsory in the near future as the change to the Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners Act passed in Parliament on 11 Feb 2019. TCM practitioners are now required to accumulate at least 25 points a year or 50 points in 2 … [Read More...]
Who We Are
The NTU Chinese Medicine Alumni Association (NTU CMAA) was founded by graduates of the NTU double degree program in Biomedical Sciences and Chinese Medicine in 2011, with the support of our alma mater.
To Unite all graduates from the NTU double degree program in Biomedical Sciences and Chinese Medicine.
To Work together with other organisations to further the development of Chinese Medicine in Singapore.
Latest news on Chinese Medicine, CPE events, alumni events and more.
Wishing all members a prosperous and healthy new year! 祝大家新年快乐！身体健康！ … [Read More...]
Organisers: Academy of Chinese Medicine Singapore 举办单位：新加坡中医研究院 Date: 31 March 2019 (Sunday) 日期：3月 31日（星期日） Time: 10am to … [Read More...]
Organisers: Academy of Chinese Medicine Singapore 举办单位：新加坡中医研究院 Date: 26 March (Tuesday) to 31 March (Sunday) 2019 日期：2019年 … [Read More...]
While most of our members would have heard or even participated in some of the events organised by Academy of Chinese Medicine, … [Read More...]
Organisers: Academy of Chinese Medicine Singapore Open to: TCM physicians only Date: 9 December 2018 Time: 2:00pm - … [Read More...]
From The Alumni
News, events and articles for the Alumni by the Alumni
CMAA’s Homecoming cum Year-End Party was held at Floor 2F, Esplanade Mall on Saturday, 7th … [Read More...]
President: Chan Teck Yang Gabriel (Class of 2014) Gabriel Chan graduated from the double … [Read More...]
The annual TCM Health Screening at CDAC’s Ready-for-School event is back and we are … [Read More...]
Dear Alumni, we would be having a 膏方制作班 in Dec! This would be a hands-on session and we … [Read More...]
Educational articles on Chinese Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
Written by Huang Xuhua, Class of 2011. She obtained her Masters (Acupuncture & Tuina) from TJUTCM in year 2015, worked thereafter as a TCM physician in Singapore for 3 years, and is now doing her first year PhD (TCM) at TJUTCM. This article describes the views of China’s TCM … [Read More...]
Written by Chua Hui Zi, Class of 2011 Back pain is a universal human experience, which is one of the most common ailments seen clinically. Our lower back supports the weight of our upper body and provides movements such as bending and twisting. Our muscles in the lower back are responsible for flexing and rotating […]
Written by Victoria Tan, Class of 2016 The spinal cord may look like a single piece, but it consists of a column of nerves protected by myelin sheath and secured by 31 vertebrae extending down the length of the spine. Medical pathology of the spinal cord and its related dysfunctions can be classified into 4 […]
This week, we introduce published journal articles authored by our own alumni. Ho Chin Ee and Goh You Li, both from the class of 2010, furthered studied in Beijing after graduating from NTU BMS course. The article we are introducing this week discuss the history of Huanglian in Singapore, in particular the reasons for its […]
Written by Wong Seok Peng, Class of 2016 What is Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Pediatric Massage Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Pediatric Massage is an external treatment method where physicians apply massage techniques to specific points on the child’s body to treat disease and strengthen the immunity of the child. It has strict compliance with the […]
We are always looking for enthusiastic graduates to join our various sub-committee. If you would like to make a difference to the Chinese Medicine community in Singapore, don't hesitate!