Monthly Archives: July 2015

WARNING! Do not eat any oysters on the Chinese mainland

WARNING:  Do not eat any oysters on the Chinese mainland! In the city of Hefei in Anhui province, “baked” or raw oysters have been found to be “composite” oysters.  Discarded oyster shells are recycled and filled with meat from already … Continue reading

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WARNING! Do not consume any tea from the Chinese mainland

WARNING!  Do not consume any tea from the Chinese mainland On July 7, July 1, 2015, in Beijing , packaged teas on the shelves of supermarkets were found to contain high remnants of tetradiphon (tetradifon, tedion), a severely toxic insecticide.  … Continue reading

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Taiwan’s gentlemen farmers

Taiwan’s gentlemen farmers Unlike the farmers on the Chinese mainland who are generally illiterate and mostly uneducated, and who over use banned pesticides and fertilizers, Taiwan’s farmers are middle aged gentlemen farmers who hold degrees from foreign universities, who are … Continue reading

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Acupressure points for paralysis

In response Acupressure points for paralysis The acupressure points to press for paralysis depend on where the paralysis is. In general, acupressure points, i.e., traditional acupuncture points, are used in addition to deep tissue massage of muscle groups. Acupressure points … Continue reading

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Yellow toenails

In response: Yellow toenails Yellow toenails are common with people who have athlete’s foot or foot fungus.  The yellow flakes and the yellow stuff under the toenails are dead skin produced by the athlete’s foot fungi. The way to get rid … Continue reading

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China’s urban left behind children

China’s urban left behind children Urban left behind children are those who live with their grandparents in the cities, and their parents visit them once a week or once a month. China has 68,000,000 left behind children, and 61,000,000 of … Continue reading

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Sugar kills

Sugar kills In October, 2003, at a conference in Washingdon D.C., a professor saw me drinking tea. He asked me about the benefits of tea, so I told him:  “I drink tea because it cuts down sugar absorption.”  Then he … Continue reading

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