Monthly Archives: January 2015

China has 459 (460) cancer villages and an 8-year-old lung cancer patient

China has 459 (460) cancer villages and an 8-year-old lung cancer patient China’s youngest lung cancer patient is an 8-year-old girl of Jiangsu province. There are 459 (460) cancer villages in China. Some 70% of China’s rivers and lakes are … Continue reading

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Temporary aphasia

A case of temporary aphasia A 65-year-old Chinese man is a retired English teacher and a 40-year smoker. One day his right limb felt paralyzed and he lost his ability to speak. He was hospitalized at the Wuhan City Central … Continue reading

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China’s second child program fails miserably

China’s second child program fails miserably In Shanghai, 90% of all child bearing aged women are eligible to have a second child according to the new rules on allowing a second child implemented in 2014. However, less than 5% of … Continue reading

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Two more cases of psychosocially dysfunctional violent retaliatory behavior

Two more cases of psychosocially dysfunctional violent retaliatory behavior In Xian city, a boy, five and a half years old, wanted his mother to help him put on his clothes at 08:00 hours on January 26, 2015. The mother was … Continue reading

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China performs 13,000,000 abortions a year

China performs 13,000,000 abortions a year China performs 13,000,000 abortions a year. Among young females, 20% have unintentional pregnancies, and 91% of the pregnancies are aborted. Statistics compiled by the Guangzhou city medical center for women and children showed that … Continue reading

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An example of psychosocially dysfunctional behavior

An example of psychosocially dysfunctional behavior A young student, born in 1995, was in his college dormitory playing games on his smart phone when the dormitory lights went out. So he got out of bed, picked up a folding knife, … Continue reading

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Beijing is indeed no longer a city suitable for living

Beijing is indeed no longer a city suitable for living Beijing’s mayor Wang Anshun admitted on January 23, 2015, that Beijing is indeed no longer a city suitable for living. Air pollution, traffic jams and people are the problems, he … Continue reading

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