Wild Goose Qigong

The fundamental difference between Chinese kung fu/exercise and the rest in the world is the association with qi (info energy in yin-yang dual expressions, which are the invisible and intangible building blocks of all things in each of our universe). Three types of Chinese Kung Fu Among Chinese kung fu, there are roughly three kinds of practice according to the proportion between […]

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Liu Changchun, China’s First Olympian

This is not China’s 110 meter hurdler Liu Xiang (刘翔), an Olympic gold medalist and World Champion, but Liu Changchun (刘长春), China’s first Olympian, 74  years older than Xiu Xiang. China’s First Olympian Liu Changchun was born in 1909, two years before the Manchu Emperor was thrown out. However when he grew up, he once again lived under Manchu rule that was […]

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America, Britain and Australia Facilitated Chinese Massacre 1965

International People’s Tribunal (IPT) at The Hague has ruled in July 2016 that Australia, the United States and the UK were complicit in facilitating the massacre by using propaganda to manipulate international opinion in favour of the Indonesian army in 1965. The ruling is non-binding and carries no punitive consequences. Reportedly, some 400,00 to 500,000 ethnic Chinese and “Leftists” were […]

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Modern Chinese Hermits

When a Chinese elderly celebrates his or her birthday, the most common congratulatory messages would often be a couplet “福如东海长流水,寿比南山不老松”, meaning “may your fortune be as boundless as the East Sea and may you live as long as pines in Mt Zhongnan (终南山)”. What Is So Special with the Pines in Mt Zhongnan? Or it may should be asked what […]

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Road to Home for Unpaid Peasant Workers

Peasant Workers Have no Money to Go Home Hundreds of Chinese peasant labours working at a building construction site in Dingyuan County of Anhui Province, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s hometown, blocked a main road linking to several cities on Sunday, Januarlly 31, 2015, over unpaid wages, causing serious traffic congestion in part of Anhui, news.qq.com reports. In the past decade or so, each year before the […]

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Effects of Air Pollution in China

In recent years, the effects of air pollution in China become appalling, especially in the areas around the Chinese capital. Former Chinese TV presenter Chai Jing released a “self-funded” smog documentary “Under the Dome”, exploring the cause and effects of air pollution in China, which has attracted a large number of viewers. However, public opinions in China over her documentary are […]

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A Monkey’s Dirty Business

A male macaque has been indulging in the monkey’s dirty business in China for six years, local media reported. According to Wuhan residents, the creature is wandering around the centre of the capital city of Hubei province harassing young ladies, and its favourite pastime is to jump out of a shadowy corner unexpectedly and hold a girl’s leg when she passes […]

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A Monkey and a Man

It is said that humans are largely controlled by emotions while animals are generally ruled by instinct. Then is it possible for a monkey and a man to form a deep-felt friendship based on mutual appreciation, trust and respect? A Chance Meeting One day in March five years ago, in 2009, Chinese villager Xiao, a native of Mayang River Nature […]

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