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KOH SAMUI, THAILAND - JUNE 18: A woman gets a Thai massage in the open air massage sala at the Kamalaya Wellness Sanctuary June 18, 2012 . Thailand's official tourism body, the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has set itself the ambitious target of attracting more than 20 million tourists in 2012. According to TAT, In April, Thailand welcomed 1,659,021 international tourists which is a slight increase of 6.87% over the same in 2011. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)

My wife loves a good massage, me? Not so much. If you love them, get ready for one of the strangest massages ever attempted. An ancient form of massage using meat cleavers is seeing a resurgence in Taiwan and could be coming to America. In the practice, known as daoliao, which translates literally to “knife massage” as practitioners pound stress points in your body using the sharpened edge of kitchen instruments usually used for hacking up dinner meats, while soothing your energy and reading your fortune. While daoliao looks scary, devotees swear by it as do practitioners.