Author: admin | 28.09.2014

When checked, Shutterstock's safe search screens restricted content and excludes it from your search results. At 34 years old this year, Wei Shufu is a villager of the Yunnan Wenshan Zhuang and Miao autonomous prefecture. In November, Wei Shufu and his wife took the several tens of thousands of yuan borrowed from relatives and friends to take their daughter to Guangzhou and were told by doctors that she would need a bone marrow transplant requiring a deposit of 300,000 yuan. For a peasant household that makes less than 4000 yuan a year, 300,000 [RMB] for surgery is an astronomical sum.
Over the past few days, Wei Shufu suddenly remembered an idea given to him by a patient they had met in the hospital — fume therapy, where some illnesses can be treated with the fumes released by burning herbal medicines. Wei Shufu purchased a copy of the Compendium of Materia Medica, and searched for herbal medicine that could be burned. Wei Shufu had his daughter lie on the herbal bed and then he lit the mix of herbs and dry firewood beneath her. She’s dead, but even if others take her place, it [Chinese Red Cross] will be the same.
Can we understand it as having to pay a fee first before being allowed to be born in this country?
After this child grows up, she won’t thank the country [state, government], nor will she be brainwashed! Seeing this, Li Shizhen [the author of the Compendium of Materia Medica] too would silently cry. Help us maintain a vibrant and dynamic discussion section that is accessible and enjoyable to the majority of our readers. We should create a page like Kickstarter, where people like this little girl may tell their stories and ask for donations to save their life. I agree China (and many countries, for that matter) need better health care systems, but waiting for that isn’t going to help this child.
Rick, I whole hearthy agree with you (and as such upvoted), but a society becomes a caring society by what people do for the people around them. It is what we ourselves do, for our neighbours, that changes a society into a caring society.
You are not aware that officials and powerful Chinese business people live on the misery of poor people in China through nepotism, rampant corruption and Western corporates nexus with Chinese business and officials. There are countless people in this world who are waiting to die because they can’t afford medical care and she is just one. Chinese netizens are moved by an elderly man holding his dead wife for hours, refusing to let go, after she suddenly collapsed and died on a Shenyang street. Unable to afford the 300k necessary for a bone marrow transplant, a poor father resorts to burning herbs in hopes of treating his daughter's deadly disease.
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Chinese high school boys formed a human wall to provide a 'shade of human shadows' for their schoolgirl classmates during a hot field day exercise in Zhengzhou. Some thousand years aged, Traditional Chinese Medicine (MTC) is a set of theories and practices concerning human beings and their health.
Even if Traditional Chinese Medicine has for first objective to maintain health and to prevent diseases, it also intends to solve punctual or chronic sicknesses, among which skin problems, neurological, digestive, respiratory, genital, hormonal disorders as well as infections and emotional troubles.
Traditional Chinese Medicine aspires at first at maintaining the harmony of the energy inside the body as well as between the body and the external elements.
Every individual owes a particular constitution with which the various elements interact, according to one’s own balance.
The ancient Chinese believed harmony has to subsist in each and between every organ of the human being linked with the surrounding together. By understanding its rhythm and flow they believed they could guide exercises and treatments to provide stability and longevity. According to the Chinese vision, symbolic and practical at the same time, everything in the universe is moved by a fundamental strength, an energy called qi.
This continuous energy flow circulates in all the body by means of an immaterial, but precise network, through channels known as meridians. When qi is in satisfactoriness and circulates well, the body is healthy, the thought clear and the reflexes lively. Yin and yang are actually complementary, not opposing, forces, interacting to form a whole greater than either separate part; in effect, a dynamic system.
Yin is characterized as slow, soft, compliant, diffuse, cold, wet, and passive; and is associated with water, earth, the moon, femininity and night time. Yang, by contrast, is fast, hard, solid, focused, hot, dry, and aggressive; and is associated with fire, sky, the sun, masculinity and daytime. A lack of Yang, for example, is decoded by a pale facial appearance, nervousness (paleness, coolness, languor being Yin characteristics). Doesn’t matter what phenomenon it is, the alternation between Yin and Yang state is not immediately made, but is a constant process of transformation. Each of those 5 movements possesses its own energy of growth or decrease and wears the name of an element.
5 movements give themselves life in a precise order, according to the principle of begetting: Water engenders Wood, which engenders Fire, which engenders Earth, which engenders Metal, which engenders Water. As for the principle of control, it works in the same logic, but not linearly: Water controls Fire, which controls Metal, which controls Wood, which controls Earth, which controls Water. Strict rules are identified to apply to the relationships between the Five Phases in terms of sequence, of acting on each other, of counteraction etc.
The theory of 5 movements also applies to the temperament of a person, to its appropriate behavioural dynamics. As it is the case in any other system of temper classification, no individual corresponds to a pure nature but is a combination of each, in a particular balance, with more or less ascendancy. With a saw, some wood, a copy of the Compendium of Materia Medica, and a pile of herbal medicine picked from the mountains, a group of photos were posted online this morning of a father, Wei Shufu, using such simple tools to build in his home an outdoor herbal medicine bed, using fumes from burning herbal medicine to treat his 6-year-old daughter afflicted with ?-thalassemias (major). Husband and wife are both farmers and together with their children’s paternal grandparents, they live as a family of six in a brick and wooden house no larger than 60 square meters. If the bone marrow transplant is not done, then she will need blood transfusions all her life, with annual blood transfusion expenses being roughly 50,000-60,000 [RMB].
Apart from mugwort, there are many other herbs that can be burned for their fumes as medicine. Very quickly, the thick smoke emitted from the herbs enveloped his daughter lying on the bed.
In the midst of rapid development, after encountering various developmental bottlenecks, we will definitely find a path for development [future] suitable for ourselves, and this sort of perplexing current situation is also just temporary.


Because it is paternal love like a mountain that is the most important wealth [one can have]! Would be more meaningful than many joke projects that are currently circulated on crowd funding sites. If people wouldn’t give money, but instead offer to buy them a pork bun or whatever food nearby, then you can easily weed out the fakes from the real. I thought Maotai prices have plummeted with the corruption crackdown, since their highs like two years ago? Health is bound to the capacity of the body to maintain the necessary dynamic to face the outer attacks.
Two persons same symptom (headache or digesting difficulty, for example) does apparently not result from the same cause, but from the imbalance of each of them. They likened it to the flow of energy around and through the body, forming a cohesive and functioning unit.
As it is the case for the electricity, only noticeable is its effects and as far as the human being is concerned, qi supports both the functions of the body and the spirit: walking, digesting, thinking, feeling are its expression.
On the course of meridians are points in the skin, called acupuncture points and stimulating these points can correct imbalances in the flow of qi. In all the natural cycles, Yin and Yang follow one another ceaselessly, as the day succeeds the night, the action the rest, the inspiration the expiration and so on. But as soon as one comes to weaken or to be lacking, the other one gets the upper hand and shows itself by its own symptoms. When a phenomenon leaves Yin to enter Yang, it is the movement of birth, of daybreak, spring, and awakening, identified by the Wood.
All these aspects of Five Phases theory constitute the basis of the zàng-fC” concept, and thus have great influence regarding the TCM model of the body. The temperaments Wood, for example, possess an expansive energy and are stimulated by challenge and action.
Despite not knowing whether or not this treatment method introduced to him by a kind-hearted hospital patient actually has any effect, but in the face of being unable to pay the hospital the 300,000 yuan required for a bone marrow transplant, Wei Shufu nonetheless wanted to give it a try, hoping for his daughter to recover as quickly as possible, so she can go to school like other normal children. In 2013 October, his daughter Wei Jinqiu’s skin suddenly completely went pale, lost appetite, and fell into a poor psychological state. Now, his 3-year-old son and 6-year-old daughter have been confirmed to be a match, but for the hospital to do the surgery, they have to wait in line for five years until it is their turn. More importantly, for someone like Wei Shufu who lives in a mountain village, these herbs are very commonly seen and extremely easy to find. His daughter choked a bit on the smoke but Wei Shufu said it wasn’t too bad, even joking that the smell of the herbal medicine smoke was different from that of ordinary firewood, and smelled a little fragrant.
Its horn when blown could be heard throughout of all Asia, its steam whistle when pulled sounded in both the East and Western hemispheres. Through time and social survival of the fittest, the future China will definitely be a civilized, rich and powerful, and modern country.
In the face of such a cruel social welfare system and healthcare system, not a single one of us can ask her to love her own country, because the country has sought to care about her. We used to have confidence in this country, people, society, but in the face of a family’s hardships, other than being extremely moved, what else can we do? They are fed by Water types, and are nourishing for Fire category, but enter easily in conflict with Earth and Metal. During a health examination, it was discovered that his daughter suffered from anemia, and laboratory tests showed that her illness was extremely serious. Under the doctor’s advisement, Wei Shufu also checked with various major hospital, but they too would have to wait a long time at each before the surgery could be performed. For safety, Wei Shufu build a herbal medicine bed in an open space, with the intent of having his daughter lie on it while burning herbal medicine below her so the fumes rise up to his daughter. The solution would be a socialist society like that of Denmark where they are taxed 60% of their income.



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