International Academic Conference on Chinese Contributions to World Health & Medicine - St. John's University - (July 2018)
NYCTCM co-sponsored the event along with the Institute of Asian Studies, St. John's University from July 23 - 24, 2018.
Tai Chi Day (June 2018)
(Westbury, NY) NYCTCM is a co-sponsor of the 2018 Tai Chi and Healthy Qigong Festival on June 3, 2018 at the Yes We Can Community Center.
World Forum of Chinese Medicine (May 2018)
Yemeng Chen was elected as the Vice President of the World TCM Forum at the 1st World TCM & Acupuncture Forum & Traditional Medicine in Argentina on May 19 - 20, 2018.
Shanghai University of TCM Exchange Student Program (May 2018)
Three students from the International Education College of Shanghai University of TCM visited NYCTCM for 10 days.
NFCTCMO (August 2017)
Yemeng Chen was elected as the President of the National Federation of Chinese TCM Organizations (NFCTCMO), a professional organization established in 2002.
Shanghai Summer Training Program (April 2018)
Five NYCTCM students studied at Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine's 10-day program.
Museum of Chinese in America Sponsor (April 2018)
NYCTCM was a sponsor for the Museum of Chinese in America's special exhibition, "Chinese Medicine in America: Converging Ideas, People and Practices". The exhibit ran from April 26 to September 9. MOCA designated July 29, 2018 to be "NYCTCM Day".
Class of 2017 Commencement Ceremony (March 2018)
Arnold Stern, M.D., professor at New York University School of Medicine, was invited as the guest speaker.
New Administrative Dean (September 2017)
Megan Haungs joins NYCTCM as Administrative Dean.
TCM Conference (August 2017)
NYCTCM, along with China Information Association for TCM & Pharmacy - Chinese Medicine International Development Forum, hosted a workshop for TCM & Acupuncture Related Techniques on August 26, 2017. NYCTCM students and alumni presented clinical cases.
Herbal Display (July 2017)
The Herbal Garden, sponsored by Mr. B.C. Fan & Ms. M.C. Peng Humanity Foundation and designed & prepared by D & A Herb House, displays 310 herbal samples.
White Coat Ceremony (May 2017)
Inaugural White Coat Ceremony for new interns.
Class of 2016 Commencement Ceremony (March 2017)
Ms. Nancy Yao Maasbach, President of Museum of Chinese in America, was invited as the guest speaker.
NYCTCM 20th Anniversary (October 2016)
Happy 20th Anniversary to NYCTCM!
The 20th Anniversary celebration gala took place at Terrace on the Park, located in Flushing Meadow-Corona Park, New York, on October 9, 2016. Over 300 guests, alumni, students, faculty, and staff attend this celebration. Important guests include Ms. Grace Meng (U.S. Congresswoman representing the Six Congressional District of New York), Dr. David P.J. Hung (Former Chairman of World Federation of Acupuncture-Moxibustion Societies), Professor Jin Zhang (One of Four representatives of the :Acupuncture" intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO), Professor Guirong Dong (Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine), Dr. Thomas Burgoon (President of American Academy of Medical Acupuncture), Dr. Jeffrey Nichols (Medical Director of Gouveneur Healthcare Services), Nancy Yao Maasbach (President of Museum of Chinese in America), and other national and statewide acupuncture profession leaders.
Class of 2015 Commencement Ceremony (March 2016)
Thomas Burgoon, M.D., President of American Academy of Medical Acupuncture, was invited as the guest speaker.
January 17, 2016
(Mineola, NY) - New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine (NYCTCM), a higher education institution with a fully accredited three-year Masters Program in Acupuncture and a four-year Masters Program in Oriental Medicine, celebrated its relocation with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sunday at 200 Old Country Road. NYCTCM was excited to welcome everyone to the new facility, which is housed in three floors of the building and contains classrooms, study room, library, clinic, administrative offices and student and faculty lounges.
Over 100 guests celebrated the occasion. Attending the ribbon cutting ceremony were 7th District State Senator Jack M. Martins, Mineola Mayor Scott Strauss, Office of Nassau County Executive, Edward Mangano representative Anne DeMichael, Mineola Chamber of Commerce President Tony Lubrano, Tronex International President Donald Chu, American Academy of Medical Acupuncture President Dr. Thomas Burgoon, Traditional Chinese Medicine Alumni Association of America General Secretary Dr. Decheng Chen, and members of the NYCTCM Board of Trustees (Lois Beckerman, Sun Pei, Tammy Tsao, Libang Zhang and Lawrence Jones).
Ms. Lois Beckerman, Chair of the NYCTCM Board of Trustees, began the ceremony with, “Dr. Chen, Dr. Bare, all of these professors, teachers, and educators put their heart and soul into this environment…and this is a wonderful day for all of us.”
After reminiscing about his previous visit to the old facility, Senator Jack M. Martins expressed, “This is another step in the right direction…The larger community has the opportunity to learn and have access to alternative healthcare benefits and ways of treating people…We are training not only people who need it but we are also training future practitioners and future doctors right here in our community…On behalf of the State Senate it is my privilege to be here to join with you and to present you with a citation in recognizing the move, congratulating you and wishing you nothing but the best.”
NYCTCM received congratulations from other key figures in the local community. Mayor Scott Strauss stated that, “New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine is growing…we certainly appreciate your desire to stay in the village that we call home and that you call home.” County Representative Anne DeMichaels wished, “Best of luck to everybody here.” President Tony Lubrano congratulated NYCTCM, “on your new location and thank you for continuing to invest in Mineola.”
Dr. Yemeng Chen, president of NYCTCM, concluded, “It’s the 20th Anniversary of our college, we still keep our core values compassion, tradition, integration, innovation. So I hope…tomorrow, it will be a bright future of our college and our goal, I think, will be to be one of the best acupuncture schools in the United States.”
New York College of Traditional Chinese Medicine will also celebrate its 20th Anniversary this year and is proud to continue to serve the Mineola community.
November 20, 2015
Dr. Thomas Burgoon, Class of 2012, is now the President of American Academy of Medical Acupuncture.
November 9, 2015
NYCTCM case report was successfully published in the peer-reviewed European Journal of BioMedical Research! (click here for the article)
October 15, 2015
Dr. Libang Zhang was featured on BBC News!
October 10, 2015
Mr. Jerry Chienliang Lin won the annual Nong's & President's Scholarship and also the Academic Excellence Award!
October 10, 2015
Mr. Joseph Kinhsing Tsai won the annual President's Scholarship!
September 12, 2015
Dr. Yemeng Chen and Dr. Helen Qi Zhang won the Pearls of Wisdom Awards from Acupuncture Society of New York (ASNY)!
NCTCM becomes an international cooperative center of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine!
February 11, 2015
NYCTCM was featured in Voice of America!
February 1, 2015
NYCTCM was featured in a documentary on SBS of South Korea!
Dr. Yemeng Chen met Dr. Jianguang Xu, President of Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine!
November 14, 2014
NYCTCM was featured on ABC News - Acupuncture for Insomnia! (click here to view)
October 30, 2014
First Class of Medical Qigong Practitioners Completion Ceremony - October 26, 2014
Congratulations to the first class of Medical Qigong Practitioners.
Diep Huu Le
Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine Day Celebration - October 26, 2014
Thanks to everyone who came out and celebrated AOM Day! We had a great turn out and look forward to doing it again next year.
October 21, 2014
2013 - 2014 Academic Excellence Award
Students must carry a minimum of 12 credits each trimester who have achieved a GPA of 4.0 in the entire academic year.
2013 - 2014 President's Scholarship
Student must meet the following requirements: displays good moral character, does not pay MTA tax, registered for at least 36 credits in three trimesters, GPA must be more than 3.9 in each trimester during the academic year. Only two students, who are registered with the highest total number of credits in the academic year will be selected.
Jerry Chienliang Lin
Joseph Kinhsing Tsai
2013 - 2014 Nong's Scholarship Award
Student must carry the highest number of credits who has achieved the highest GPA in the OM Program.
Jerry Chienliang Lin