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LIFE IN JAPAN: Edward Obaidey
I became interested in acupuncture after getting
malaria in Sri Lanka when I was traveling back to the
UK following my first visit to Japan. I had to take this
medication which had worse side-effects than the
disease itself and even though the doctors in the UK
were telling me that all my tests were clear, I was still
getting very high fevers and sweats. A friend kept on
asking me if I wanted to try acupuncture and I was
like "nah, nah", but eventually I gave it a go and it
was great. That motivated me to come back to Japan
to study acupuncture and then later open the clinic.
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Metropolis
Straight to the point -  Lucia T. McCarthy
investigates the ancient remedy of acupuncture

One of the most popular practitioners among expats
is Edward Obaidey, graduate of a three-year
acupuncture course in Japan and owner of Edward's
Acupuncture Clinic in Sangenjaya for the past 10
years.
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Reverse Culture Shock and TCM
John Blazevic about his experience as a student at
the Edward Obaidey Acupuncture Clinic.
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