Selwyn Wong-Doo is the son of William Wong-Doo, who was taught acupuncture by monks in a Chinese monastery in the early twentieth century. William’s knowledge and experience of acupuncture was passed onto Selwyn and his sister Anne, who then carried on the tradition of running a practice in Auckland. This family acupuncture clinic has been now operating for over 75 years and Selwyn joins us on air to discuss how his father learnt acupuncture and where he first set up in Auckland. Selwyn will tell us about how there is now a William Wong Doo award for acupuncture and how it came about.
The Acupuncture Clinic- On Air will be interviewing Selwyn on Monday the 9th March at 9:05am.
Tune in to Radio Kidnappers on 1431 AM or 104.7 FM to find out more on how Selwyn has continued the legacy of running New Zealand’s longest existing acupuncture practise.