CIO in Leah Garchik’s column

Leah Garchik writes in the San Francisco Chronicle: “At the end of July, e-mails former gubernatorial candidate and artist Lowell Darling, “I’m acupuncturing the U.S.-China border along the Great Highway as part of a series of events organized by Cheryl Meeker.” Darling explains: “The Pacific Ocean is what lies between America and China and the Far East. One goes West to find East. So I am placing needles in the sand at the water’s edge. … In acupuncture, the needles are seldom placed directly into the troubled area, but where the energy flows. … To increase the flow of people and ideas between nations divided by borders, my treatments add to the dialogue of this need.”

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