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Why Didn't Yao Ming Also Sleep?

 

Yao Ming alone is awake among the sleeping congressmen and women attending the 13th Shanghai Municipal People’s Congress on January 13, 2012. (screenshot)

The former Chinese NBA star Yao Ming was appointed by the Chinese communist party to be a member of the CPPCC (Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference). Yao Ming is also a student at Shanghai Jiao Tong University at present, and at same time conducting his wine business.

Having all those duties to attend to, Chinese bloggers commented on these photos:

"Why did 'Delegate Yao' not sleep?"

"Please have a look: the back of those chairs are so low, even if 'Delegate Yao' slid down in his seat he would still not be able to rest his back properly; but think about it everyone, Yao is a star, and a tall man, if one takes photos, doesn't matter from which angle, one cannot miss Yao. If Yao was caught sleep, what kind of news would we get? ...!  Well, Yao made the right decision, did not sleep, but Yao is dreaming with his eyes open, if you check the photos carefully..."

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Joan Riley   

The flu epidemic flu in the last few years has been a source of anxiety for many people. But Chinese medicine Doctor Hu Naiwen has provided a unique treatment, it simply came from his study of the famous ancient Chinese book, called Huang_Di_Nei_Jing, or The Yellow Emperor's Classic of Medicine.

Dr. Hu was born in Hunan province, China,  and left for Taiwan when the communists tookover in China. Dr. Hu first studied western medicine and  biological science, but found few solutions to peoples' health problems.

Dr. Hu then studied Chinese traditional medicine and after more than 30 years as a doctor of Chinese medicine in Taiwan, he found that the most powerful remedies lay in the ancient Chinese books and spiritual teachings.

When interviewed by China Uncensored, Dr Hu said:  “I felt so sorry to see so many Chinese fell ill with SARS; with pig flu; with many other types of flu, and they have no access to proper treatment; while the ancient Chinese knowledge offers most powerful healings to them but they are not allowed to use them as it is branded as superstitious (by the communists in China). I hope my herb sacks could help them as the knowledge comes from ancient China, it belonged to Chinese people, and Chinese people should be able to use them.”

Dr. Hu also explained: “In ancient China, people kept herb sacks to smell its perfume to prevent all sorts of disease. It was a custom that children often wore such herb sacks around their necks. In Taiwan, in my childhood, our parents would offer us some herb sacks to hang on our neck. But in the modern day, people use western drugs which can have many side effects.”

A herb sack is made by combining certain ground herbs and not only prevents all types of flu, but also cures flu related symptoms. A research laboratory in Canada has conducted a test of this herb powder under water diluted status, and found the medical effectiveness to be surprisingly powerful, but they cannot conduct tests on the effectiveness of the powder through the respiratory tract of human body yet.

Though this herb sack has received many testimonials from satisfied users as to its effectiveness against flu and similar symptoms, as human technology has not able to provide a ‘scientific’ explanation, the herb sack is only promoted as serving to prevent flu.

It took western medicine 2000 years to find the effectiveness of Chinese acupuncture; will it be another 20 years before modern researchers find out that this simple herb powder can be so effective in the treatment of flu and flu symptoms?

 

The magic herb sacks can be purchased through: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Price: $15 per sack including postage within Australia.

 

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