1. A recent case
⦁ A patient suffered from painin his left leg, left shoulder, and right wrist, in addition tosore eyes and running stomach. One after another.
⦁ The same patient had a past history of anxiety disorder, andcontinuously catching a cold in spring.
2. Spring in Chinese Medicine Perspective is pertaining tofive-element theory
⦁ Wood in Element
⦁ Liver in Organ
⦁ Eyes in Sensory Organ
⦁ Anger in Emotion
⦁ Sinew (tendons) in Tissue
3. Self-Care Principles in Spring from Chinese Medicineperspective
⦁ Protect your head fromwind.
⦁ Get up early.
⦁ Do more stretch exercise.
⦁ Be calm and manage your anger.
⦁ Harmonize the tendons.
⦁ Nourish the eyes.
4. Self-Care Tips in Spring
⦁ Massage acupuncture points onTai-Chong (LV3), Yang-Ling-Quan (GB34)
⦁ Slap the Gallbladder Meridian of Foot-Shaoyang.
⦁ Drink chrysanthemum tea or use it to steam your eyes.
5. Diet in Spring: Principle
⦁ For people with excessiveliver chi (qi) (from Chinese Medicine perspective) which causingdigesting and tendon problems
i. Consume less sour food (e.g.citrus, vinegar)
ii. Consume more white color fruit and vegetables (e.g. pears,lotus seeds): good for the lungs, which overcomes the liver (metalovercomes wood)
⦁ For people who have liverblood deficiency (from Chinese Medicine perspective)
i. Consume red food thatcontain more iron (e.g. spinach, red dates, tomatoes, sesames)
Bachelor of Arts: General Studies
Advice & Expectations To the Students & Faculty
What Diligence Is
Diligence: Proverbs and Quotes
The heaven (the Nature) rewards the diligent.
Development of Healthy Interests & Hobbies
Singing techniques and playing drums
English, Spanish, French, and Japanese
Combination of language learning, travel, making friends, and culture exploration
Tips on Making Language Learning Fun & Effective
There is no short cut to learning a language. You need to invest time and effort on a regular basis, such as certain hours daily or weekly.
Grab every chance you have to practice the skills. Making mistakes on the way is part of the learning. It’s getting the meanings across that counts.
Apply handy resources to good use, such as friends who speak that language, books, website and webpages, and modern technology.
To get better and enjoy the language more, you need to get the fundamental skills covered, such as common pronunciation and grammar rules.
Five Things That Are Not Guaranteed
Five Things That Are Guaranteed
The Body, The Mind, The Soul
Suggestions from Cindy
Show reverence for the parents whenever possible. A Chinese saying goes, “The tree wants to stop swinging but the wind does not cease blowing.” It would be too late to show love and care for our parents when they are not here anymore! Cherish them physically and mentally in time.
Chinese Classic Scriptures
Yuan Liao-Fan was born in the Ming Dynasty. At 69, he wrote a book Liao-Fan's Four Lessons as heritage to his son. He died at the age of 73. Here’s the story.
Everything was FATE. One could do NOTHING to alter it.
One’s Destiny was in his/her own hand.
One was not bound by fate, but his own actions
Cultivation and prayers
Liao-Fan’s fate started to change
DAO was available to the humble
Liao-Fan made an effort to change his destiny and succeeded. This book was the proof. Here are the questions and answers if you are still puzzled.
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THREE must-have concepts before seeking help from a fortune teller
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On Monday’s interview “Wanna Be A Producer?” with Hanna Feng from Da Ai TV in Taiwan, she shared her expectation to her teammates. Besides the accuracy of data, she wants them to take charge of and be responsible for their works. So that what presented in front of the audience is positive, encouraging, and useful. And that the audience gains something from each episode.
In the modern society it is dog eat dog. We sometimes got disorientated for various reasons, such as demands from the management, or competitions among colleagues and businesses. When it happens, we tend to drift along and gradually lost ourselves. We act as others who only talk about being successful, fame, or financial achievement. There is nothing wrong to be successful and financially secured. What we need to remember is we are not here only for those, or waste our lives away doing nothing else.
Here are two cute cards I found at a seminar to share with you.
1. Stay alert. Encourage yourself daily. Do NOT be superficial.
Keep your mind and heart clear at all times. Don’t be buried under all sorts of desires. Pad yourself on the back every day for you’d done right and continue on the correct direction. Do NOT turn your back from DAO. A superficial attitude might fool others for a short time but it will fool no one including yourself after a while.
After years of doing politics news and commercial channels, Ms. Feng moved onto Da Ai TV, a non-profit TV station. She encourages her teammates to challenge themselves with different topics. Her take is that as long as one is willing to try, research the subjects, and find the right angle, all topics are with potentials. Since the show is only 24, every second counts. She asks the writers to spend the time well on sharing the key messages. Although the rating is important, it’s not above everything. Should one want to have achievement and be somebody in the field, put the heart out. It is not only a paid job but also a career requires conscience.
2. Maintain mindfulness. You’ll have the strength to overcome any difficulty.
With your heart secured, direction correct, and continue encouraging yourself, even during difficult times, you are still able to persist and not change the course. No matter it is at work, at home, at school, or in a social setting, you will find the courage and means to overcome obstacles in life. That is how to live DAO in life.