Your question is difficult to give a clear answer to. It is crucial to understand that acupuncture is not a point-to-condition or point-to-function modality in any fashion. To better understand how acupuncture looks at conditions I suggest you read, "What Does Acupuncture Treat?".
When you say you tried Chinese Medicine previously, how long did you try? What did they do? Just acupuncture - herbal medicine as well, medical massage? You should realize that treating complex conditions such as this are not only difficult but they can take quite some time to resolve. Generally 3 months to 1.5 years would be a general timeframe to consider for treatment. Chinese Medicine from someone with the right experience can, however, be extremely helpful.
To answer your question specifically with regards to a bee sting point to use, you should know that this therapy has nothing to do with acupuncture or Chinese Medicine generally speaking. Accordingly, I would think that people who perform those types of treatments would be the best people to ask.
Given our experience with this range of conditions, however, I strongly suggest you see a doctor of Chinese Medicine in your area who at least as stronger experience in the treatment of stroke as well as auto-immune conditions. Without seeing someone who has seen a good number of these types of cases you will likely, but not necessarily, get poorer results. The "not necessarily" part is largely due to the information linked to above - that is, treating the root patterns that led to these conditions instead of chasing after symptoms.