Monthly Archives: December 2013

The Ba Zhai uprising and massacre of the Zhuang minority nationality

The 八寨起义 Ba Zhai uprising and massacre of the 壮 Zhuang minority nationality In a 250-kilometer square area between Shanglin and Xincheng counties lives the Guangxi Zhuang minority nationality. In around 1376, the Zhuang people lived there in some eighty … Continue reading

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Unintentional psychological abuse

In response. “Unintentional psychological abuse” includes any kind of derogatory, racist, dismissive comment uttered unintentionally as a slip of the tongue, a causal derogatory comment, expression or utterance. It also includes the look of hatred, a slanting glance of disgust, … Continue reading

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The Chinese economy is an anomaly

The Chinese economy is an anomaly A Chinese professor at Jiaotong and Fudan Universities tried to argue that financial suppression has caused a twisted structure of the industries, an imbalance in income distribution, and a weak growth in consumer consumption. … Continue reading

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Female smell like spoiled fish

In response. There are three places that can produce a spoiled fish smell: between the toes, under the arm pits, and vagina. The rotten fish smell is produced by fungus like athlete’s foot fungus or bacteria. A heavy scrubbing with … Continue reading

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Violence of planned parenthood in China

Violence of planned parenthood in China Thirty female lawyers in a dozen cities throughout China filed a petition on December 9, 2013, with the Health and Planned Parenthood Commission to stop so-called “violence of planned parenthood”, the Southern City News … Continue reading

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Lipton ice tea mix

In response. Lipton ice tea mix is acidic. The “tea” in Lipton ice tea mix is somewhat bitter tasting, so the product contains a lot of sugar crystals to take away that bitter taste. The product’s acidity comes from both … Continue reading

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Swollen knee, swollen ankle, swollen feet

In response to the enquiry: “Can long driving in car cause swollen knee?” Long distance driving and long flights in economy class can both bring on swelling of the knee, ankles and feet. My feet swell on a relatively short … Continue reading

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Twisted back, pain down right leg

In response. Untwist the back and beat up the pain! Do an exercise of turning the waist in the opposite direction of the original twist. If the twist was to the right, exercise by turning to the left. If the … Continue reading

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No wonder the Chinese mainland people are sick

CCTV.com, December 8, 2013, as of 8 am, the ten highest AQI and PM2.5 of 74 cities are: City AQI PM2.5 Xingtai 500 318 Tangshan 456 362 Jinghua 448 422 Baoding 447 274 Shaoxing 442 414 Shijiazhuang 434 Beijing 414 … Continue reading

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How long does it take to regenerate the sciatic nerve?

In response to the above enquiry. There are several conditions manifested by paralysis of the legs, tightness of the leg muscles, lower back pain, leg cramps, that involve the sciatic nerve. Regeneration of the sciatic nerve thus depends on the … Continue reading

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