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In March 2009, the first teleacupuncture between China and Austria was performed. This publication summarizes the first important results. 24hour electrocardiograms were registered in Beijing and analyzed in Graz. A heart rate variability monitor partly developed in Austria was used for recording. Data were transferred via internet over a distance of 7,650 km. For the spectral analysis of heart rate variability a new method, the so-called 'Fire of Life' illustration, was applied. The state ofdoi:10.4236/health.2010.21003 fatcat:cq7jkjbj2nhorffztxf2rmhsxy