HITTING THE SLOPES
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DALIAN COMMODITY EXCHANGE
Company Braces For Winter
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Reducing Carbon Footprint
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Ungrateful rescued driver
China's cell phone spam
Standards for child growth
Public funds feed stray cats
Shenhua players refuse to train
Officials and property prices
STRAIGHT FROM THE STREET
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This episode Dr. Li Zhi will teach you some Traditional Chinese Medicine tricks that you can use to stay healthy.about a pressure point, the Changqiang Point.
Massaging this point often can help improve the appetite of a child, by alleviating ailments such as indigestion and diarrhea. The Changqiang Point can also be used for curing hemorrhoids, constipation, and so on.
The Changqiang Point is located below the end of the tailbone, at the very tip of the spine, on the midpoint between the tip of the tailbone and the anus. To find this point, it’s best to lie face down on a bed, with your chest and knees pressed firmly against the bed, or half kneeling on the bed, with your bottom facing up, and the point will be easy to find.
At night before bed, lie face-down on the bed, rub your hands together until they’re warm, then while they’re still warm rub downward from your lower back, one hundred times, until you feel the Changqiang Point is warm as well.
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QUESTION OF THE DAY
Which Chinese company tops the global railway equipment manufacturing industry?
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