Monthly Archives: September 2013

The H7N9 virus is a double recombinant

The H7N9 bird flu virus is a double recombinant According to biophysics researcher Jiang Taijiao of the Chinese Sciences Academy, the H7N9 virus is a consecutive double recombinant. The researcher in cooperation with professor Peng Daxin of Yangzhou University and … Continue reading

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Looting, the Chinese way

Looting does not occur in Japan and looting does not occur on Taiwan. Neither does it occur in Singapore. Looting does occur very frequently on the Chinese mainland. A thief in Sichuan dropped his stolen bag of coins. Before he … Continue reading

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Personal character

What is behind a person’s character A film critic of the movie “The Great Gatsby” wrote that perhaps behind a person’s character are discipline and respect. Personal character is “ren ping” in Chinese. It is defined as a person’s moral … Continue reading

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What kind of behavior is this?

What kind of behavior is this? October 1, 2013, the national holiday on the Chinese mainland, the first day of a long holiday. Let’s go to the Shanghai City Zoo. Now let’s go see the lions. Inside the lion’s enclosure, … Continue reading

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Doggy Confucianism

Peculiarities of the Chinese language When a Chinese makes a telephone call, he or she says: “da”’ dian` hua`”, or “beat the electrical speech”. “Da”’ ” is to hit, to beat; “dian`” is electricity, electrical; and “hua`” is “speech, to … Continue reading

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Anemia

Anemia According to the Chinese, the alleviation of anemia requires supplementing iron rich foods. Nine are listed: 1. liver; 2. salmon; 3. beef; 4. chicken breast meat; 5. brown rice; 6. pumpkin seed; 7. whole grain foods; 8. dark chocolate; … Continue reading

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Gross misunderstanding or uncivilized behavior?

A supposedly wounded man was brought to a hospital’s emergency room. The doctor came in and asked the supposedly wounded man: “Ni shang heng zai na li?” “Where is your wound?” Wound is “shang heng”. The supposedly wounded man now … Continue reading

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