Talk:Cun (unit)

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Cun is a relative unit in acupuncture point location[edit]

Reading this article gives the impression of a fixed length definition for 1 cun. This is not correct for the use of the cun in location of acupuncture points. It is always used relative to the body part measured. The external link 'cun measurements' at the end of the article shows the 'definitions' used on different areas on the body. This should be clarified. --Nicolasnicolas (talk) 11:29, 10 December 2009 (UTC)