Interview by Master Wang
Cynthia and I respond to 10 question from a Taiwanese Independent Journalist
I was contacted by a subscriber of a Taiwanese Independent Journalist who covered (48 min mark) in detail my 1 minute video explaining how virologist (don’t) find viruses. Raymond (Master Wang) wanted to ask some questions related to virology and was looking for someone who speaks Chinese because his audience is primarily Chinese speaking.
I have been studying Chinese for years but am not fluent enough to discuss viruses; however, my partner Cynthia is native in Chinese and also fluent in English (she is amazing) so I asked if she could do the heavy lifting in the interview.
We were asked 10 questions about virology where Cynthia mainly prepared the responses in Chinese. Cynthia started taking a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) online course out of mainland China last year where she is studying to enrich our family’s understanding of human health and so that we can be more self reliant.
I have found the TCM explanation for disease to be more logical and reasonable than other more western approaches like German New Medicine or just general Alt practices. That is because TCM has a 5,000 year history where the people who developed TCM were unencumbered by the Abrahamic mind prison that has influenced most western systems. So TCM could focus on human health with their goal of simply trying to extend the life of humans. This goal produced a system where healing and promoting health was the priority.
Here is the link to our interview which was conducted last night (2023-02-17 at 10pm NZDT).
Note, this interview is mostly in Chinese.
I will try to follow up with translations of the questions asked by Raymond both in English and Chinese (traditional Chinese).
Traditional Chinese Characters have been nearly unchanged for thousands of years. Meaning, if you learned Traditional Chinese Characters than reading thousand year old literature will make sense because the writing system and words were unchanged.
This is different than other languages like English where the usage of the English in Shakespeare is starkly different to how the language is used today. So Traditional Chinese written language provided a hard link between the culture and thinking of thousands of years of Chinese people to modern Chinese.
Unfortunately, Jewish Communism that invaded China during and after WW2 attempted to break the link by replacing the written Chinese language with ‘simplified’ characters. The simplified characters lose much of the meaning from traditional Chinese and prevents new learners of Chinese (simplified) from being able to read Chinese writings of old.
Thankfully, the Taiwanese people have retained and preserved the Traditional Chinese writing system. As a part of studying TCM, Cynthia is learning Traditional Chinese Characters. She is also teaching our sons traditional characters too!
Raymond also compiled a text version here. The machine translate is good enough:
1. Original: https://accrcw75.pixnet.net/blog/post/70381710
2. English (machine translated): https://accrcw75-pixnet-net.translate.goog/blog/post/70381710?_x_tr_sl=zh-TW&_x_tr_tl=en&_x_tr_hl=en&_x_tr_pto=wapp
Note: 'anti-acupuncture' means 'anti-vaccine'.
Great job Cynthia and Michael!!