As “tomatopuncture” is not mentioned in traditional Chinese texts, the needles where placed at random points and depths. However, this seemed to have no influence on the effectiveness of the technique.
According to an article about the “Global Creativity Index (CGI)” published by Chronicle.lu, 54% of Luxembourg’s workforce belongs to the “creative class”, which is “comprised of workers in science and technology and engineering; arts, culture, entertainment and media; business and management; and education, healthcare and law”. While this is the highest percentage among all countries included in the CGI, overall, Luxembourg ranked 25th.
Shown below: an outstanding example of Luxembourgish creativity (source: Lux Leaks).