Over the past 20 years, the worldwide demand for information about acupuncture and acupressure on the Internet has exploded. Many people have found it difficult to filter all of the available data and put it to practical use.

For basic acupoint information, there has been confusion in naming and localizing for a long time. It is reported that as many as 25% of the acupoints used by different acupuncturists are different from each other, which has caused inconvenience to acupuncture research and education.

Based on WHO 90/8579- Atar-8000, A Proposed Standard for International Acupuncture nomenclature. Acupoints.org reorganized a total of 361 acupoints in 14 tendons and meridians, and provide a complete list of acupoints including pictures and charts to show location and uses, for your reference and correction.