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Traditional Chinese medicine indicates that gold and silver are not only beautiful but also healthy to wear.
Silver and Gold Jewelry: Worn in Ancient China for Beauty and Health
In ancient times, the Chinese had a saying: wearing silver will bring health and wealth. Li Shizhen, known as the father of traditional Chinese medicine, recorded in the "Compendium of Materia Medica" that silver has...
U.S. dating apps are now offering incentives for people who have received COVID-19 vaccine shots.
White House and Dating Apps Collaborate to Encourage COVID-19 Vaccinations
In an initiative announced on May 21 by White House coronavirus adviser Andy Slavitt at a press briefing, the White House will be collaborating with popular dating apps to promote Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccinations....
A wall of Bitcoin mining hardware at Bitfarms in Saint Hyacinthe, Quebec on March 19, 2018. Bitcoin, lauded by pundits and holders as a future, decentralized, world currency that will free mankind from the trappings of central bank issued fiat currencies, sits firmly in the control of Communist China.
Bitcoin in the Jaws of Communist China
Bitcoin, the world’s foremost cryptocurrency, is often hailed by supporters, pundits, and influencers alike as the common man’s hope of salvation from the trappings of fiat currency such as inflation and centralization. However, Bitcoin, originally...
Histopathological image of viral inflammation of the heart at autopsy in a patient. Several young individuals have reported developing heart inflammation after receiving COVID-19 vaccines. (Image: BellRap via Wikimedia Commons CC BY-SA 3.0)
Heart Inflammation in Young COVID-19 Vaccinated Individuals, Lawsuit Against Vaccinating Children
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is investigating reports of heart inflammation among adolescents and young adults who have received Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines. Several cases of myocarditis potentially linked to...
Ancient Greek philosopher Socrates was determined by a physiognomist to be of bad character based on his appearance, while his students stood by his impeccable nature. The philosopher settled the matter by revealing that he had overcome his vices with self discipline.
Physiognomy: Fact or Fiction? Improving Your Character Can Improve Your Lot in Life
It is often said, "one's appearance reveals one's heart."  Since ancient times people have connected one’s looks with their character. Some went so far as to link facial features with criminal tendencies, while others relied...
Chinese school children take part in a Communist Party photo opportunity in Shaanxi Province on May 10, 2021. A Chinese student had his visa suspended because his father is a police officer in one of four CCP security organs. The dispute appears to arise from China refusing to accept deported nationals in a timely manner.
US Suspends Visa of Chinese Student Because Father Is a Police Officer
South China Morning Post reported that a Chinese student who had been accepted into almost 10 different American universities as a computer science student has had their visa suspended because the student's father is a...
Hong Kong residents walk past the High Court in Admiralty during a protest against the government's controversial extradition law on June 9, 2019 in Hong Kong. The first person charged under the draconian, Beijing-installed National Security Law will be denied trial by jury.
Right to a Jury Denied in Hong Kong’s First National Security Law Trial
Hong Kong’s High Court ruled on May 20 there will be no jury allowed in the trial of 24-year-old Tong Ying-kit, a protester charged with violating the controversial Beijing-backed National Security Law (NSL). The move...
The great Chinese thinker Confucius founded the moral philosophy and political science of Confucianism 2500 years ago.
How Confucius Customized Instruction to Each Student
Often considered China’s “paragon of sages,” Confucius spent his life passing on traditional culture. He valued Bildung, and throughout his life, he was "never tired of learning, and never weary of teaching others." His student,...
At least two WHO doctors have allegedly sexually abused Congolese women. Pictured are displaced women gathering for a discussion on recent kidnappings and sexual assaults committed by armed men around the internally displaced persons camp of Bijombo, South Kivu Province, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, on October 9, 2020.
WHO Doctors Accused of Sex Abuse Scandals and Coverups
The World Health Organization (WHO) has been accused of mishandling sex abuse allegations against its staff members following the Ebola outbreak in Congo in 2018, according to an investigation and exposé published by the Associated...