• First Knowing about Organic Farming

    at Chengdu Waldorf School, Weihe Hu presented us how to do anaerobic composting and ascenting composting; Yuanbin Zhou presented us how to do planning in a field and led us cultivate a small lot in the school. After finishing farming, we listened to Yang Liu's amazing introduction to Kadoorie Farm in Hongkong

    published: 12 Apr 2008
  • Panda poo grows 'worlds most expensive tea' in China

    A Chinese entrepreneur in Chengdu grows an organic green tea grown solely from panda poo. It costs around £2000 per 500g. Report by Chloe Culpan. Subscribe to ITN News! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=itnnews More incredible videos from China: Chicken has giant egg ... with another egg inside! http://bit.ly/WHkUV3 Sinkhole swallows whole building complex: http://bit.ly/YooVNu Shark-filled aquarium explodes: http://bit.ly/11eUA3w World's strongest seven year old: http://bit.ly/XYUhuz Man creates his own Lamborghini: http://bit.ly/14bPnhs Motorway built around home: http://bit.ly/11iEgCA Teenager disappears into ground: http://bit.ly/ZK9mOH Real Life Fruit Ninja: http://bit.ly/147vGqJ Stray dog runs to Tibet: http://bit.ly/YqQIdd 1.5 km barrier collapses like dominoes:...

    published: 19 Mar 2012
  • The International Traveler Challenge:Gastronomic Adventure

    Peach Flower Eel, Stir-Fried Organic Pork Belly, Slow-Broiled Baby Taro, Xinfan Lake Fish with Preserved VegetablesAaron Yang and Collin were taken with all these vibrant examples of modern Sichuan cuisine. From spicy hot pot to Sichuan Opera, fragrant tea and even an earwax cleaning, they were surprised how quickly time passed by while enjoying the “slow life”. Aaron knows there is a lot more left to explore in this city, stating that “now that we’re here we really don’t want to leave. We’ll definitely be back!”

    published: 26 Jan 2016
  • BIZARRE FOODS 🆙 Chengdu, China 🆙 NEW HD 2017

    Whenever you take a chomp of a wiener, attempt to envision that all-American staple through the point of view of somebody from a totally unique nourishment culture. That honest may appear as "odd" to an outsider as digestive tract, brains or the famously stinky durian organic product to an American, as per Andrew Zimmern, host of Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods. "While a frank can be made in a bespoke manner, the traditional New York City 'messy water pooch' is the ideal example for secret meat in our nation," Zimmern says. Having gone by somewhere in the range of 162 nations (and numbering) over the previous decade, Zimmern knows a wide range of strange. The three-time James Beard Award-winning host and creator will commence the tenth period of his show at 9 p.m. this evening with ...

    published: 22 May 2017
  • Rooftop farming arrives in Chengdu

    Subscribe to CCTV on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CCTVcomInternational CCTV: https://goo.gl/gYT8W8 CCTV中文国际: http://goo.gl/HcZaeZ Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cctvcom Twitter: https://twitter.com/cctv Instagram: http://instagram.com/cctvenglish

    published: 21 Jul 2016
  • Paradisaical State -- Chengdu China the most amazing town on earth

    http://chengdumassagelady.com/ Chengdu may be the funds of Sichuan State, which is known as the particular "Heavenly State" (Tian Fu Zhi Guo). To be the natural environment regarding adorable giant pandas, Chengdu is situated in the west regarding Sichuan Pot plus the biggest market of Chengdu Simple. This handles an overall total area of Twelve.3 thousand square kilometers (4,749 rectangular a long way) having a human population that could reach over 11 zillion. Profiting from Dujiangyan Cleansing Undertaking that was built inside 256 B.C., Sichuan State will be respected since "Tian Fu Zhi Guo", literally a location abundantly rendered together with organic assets. Chengdu, as the capital, is very effective. The particular Minutes and also Tuo Streams, 2 limbs of the Yangtze Lake, attac...

    published: 28 Sep 2012
  • Blackberries in Chengdu

    Blackberry Chengdu Sichuan China chinese Chine fields

    published: 08 Apr 2017
  • Volkswagen People's car project, Hover Car, the flying two-seater

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    published: 01 May 2012
  • liquid foliar fertilizer from chengdu chelation

    Email: cdaohe@gmail.com We CHENGDU CHELATION BIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. is a big manufacture special in amino acid chelates, amino acid powder and liquid in China. Amino acid series wildly apply on Food grade, feed grade and fertilizer-grade. Our leading products contain the third generation of monomer / composite amino acid chelated series - organic iron, zinc, manganese, copper, cobalt, calcium and so on.

    published: 20 Nov 2012
  • The Amazing Building shaped like a Ship in Chengdu

    Come and see the amazing building shaped like a ship in Chengdu, it even has an anchor! By David Goorney

    published: 05 Dec 2009
  • Hong Kong to Chengdu

    Over Land trip in China is the best way to learn and understand the people the way of life and the culture. Most of all the traditional ways about many minority tribes.

    published: 29 Dec 2013
  • 256 Years Old Man Breaks The Silence Before His Death | Reveals SHOCKING Secrets

    Watch 256 Years Old Man Breaks The Silence Before His Death And Reveals SHOCKING Secrets To The World. Unbelievably, Li Ching Yuen was a man who lived for 256 years. Hence, according to a New York Times article from 1930, Wu Chung-chieh, professor of the Chengdu University, presented Imperial Chinese government records from 1827 congratulating Li Ching-Yuen on his 150th birthday. Additionally, back in 1877, other documents which were discovered later on showed him congratulating Li on his 200th birthday. A correspondent of the New York Times, in 1928, wrote that a lot of old men in the neighborhood of Li claimed that their grandfathers knew Li Ching when they were only little boys, and, that he, at that time, was an adult. Li Ching Yuen began his career as an herbalist at the age of 10. ...

    published: 16 Feb 2017
  • JingLi Ancient Street in Chengdu

    Arts, crafts, carp, bats on Jingli Street in Chengdu. Ancient wood, brick, and stone buildings that house silk brocade and paper fan shops, as well, unfortunately, Dairy Queen and Starbucks. They have green tea Blizzards here.

    published: 04 Jun 2010
  • Chengdu Caikun Biological Products Co.,Ltd

    As one of the leading hi-tech pharmaceutical enterprises, Chengdu Caikun Biological Products Co., Ltd. specializes in the R&D, manufacture and marketing of Chinese herbs and plant extracts. Our company has a plant area of about 33,000 square meters and we are equipped with advanced production lines according to GMP requirements. In addition, we have natural raw material plant and Chinese herb planting base. Our company is staffed with 56 highly qualified employees specializing in the R&D, production and management. Among them, 68 are advisors, professors, and postgraduates in the field of pharmacology, biochemistry, biological engineering as well as chemistry engineering. They are engaged in the research and development of new pharmaceutical products, especially in Chinese traditional ...

    published: 19 Dec 2008
  • Chengdu Earthquake Trauma Relief Workshops - Dr. Susan Jamieson, Light Doctor

    http://lightdoctor.net » Dr. Susan Jamieson, The Light Doctor and Claire McLetchie, are invited by Professor Fuscius, in co-operation with the local government of Chengdu, to present three trauma relief workshops at the beautiful holistic Magnolia Retreat centre at 'The Beichuan Medicine King Resort' Sichuan, China, in March 2011. As a doctor, bridging science and ancient healing techniques, Dr. Jamieson specializes in combinations, which balance, relax and heal both mind and body by using movement, scent, art and writing. Together, the body and emotions can be rebalanced to a state of 'original innocence' -- a time when there were no traumas or worries. Transcript as follows: Myself, Dr. Susan Jamieson and Claire McCletchie and Professor Fucius from Beijing were invited by the local gove...

    published: 19 Nov 2012
  • CHINA: The Tea Way - 3 Jiangshui - Chengdu

    China — is the homeland of tea. Tea is grown and produced here, it is tasted and drunk, advertised and sold. The production technology and traditional ways of consumption of tea have strongly intertwined with the Chinese mentality and religion. Jiangshui - one of the oldest cities in the southern part of the Yunnan Province. The majority of the buildings that remained until now, was constructed in the 14th-17th centuries. The local Confucian Temple Wen Miao was founded even earlier — some time in the 13th-14th century. At that time, it was the largest Confucian temple of China. Muyeang Huo Kham Chiang Rung or Lu kingdom, was the state of one Thai nationality — the Lu people. The city of Chiang Hung was the capital of this kingdom. It is the present City of Jinhong, the Capital of Sis...

    published: 10 Oct 2016
First Knowing about Organic Farming

First Knowing about Organic Farming

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at Chengdu Waldorf School, Weihe Hu presented us how to do anaerobic composting and ascenting composting; Yuanbin Zhou presented us how to do planning in a field and led us cultivate a small lot in the school. After finishing farming, we listened to Yang Liu's amazing introduction to Kadoorie Farm in Hongkong
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Panda poo grows 'worlds most expensive tea' in China

Panda poo grows 'worlds most expensive tea' in China

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A Chinese entrepreneur in Chengdu grows an organic green tea grown solely from panda poo. It costs around £2000 per 500g. Report by Chloe Culpan. Subscribe to ITN News! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=itnnews More incredible videos from China: Chicken has giant egg ... with another egg inside! http://bit.ly/WHkUV3 Sinkhole swallows whole building complex: http://bit.ly/YooVNu Shark-filled aquarium explodes: http://bit.ly/11eUA3w World's strongest seven year old: http://bit.ly/XYUhuz Man creates his own Lamborghini: http://bit.ly/14bPnhs Motorway built around home: http://bit.ly/11iEgCA Teenager disappears into ground: http://bit.ly/ZK9mOH Real Life Fruit Ninja: http://bit.ly/147vGqJ Stray dog runs to Tibet: http://bit.ly/YqQIdd 1.5 km barrier collapses like dominoes: http://bit.ly/YopmaF See the rest of our China playlist: http://bit.ly/147vO9M Check out Truthloader, the new home of citizen journalism on YouTube. Subscribe now at http://bit.ly/tldrsub See our Top 20 Most Watched Videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL95EA69A84358C8BE See 2012's Most Watched Videos: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL7C0832D5DA586751 Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/itn Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/itn Visit our homepage: http://itn.co.uk
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The International Traveler Challenge:Gastronomic Adventure

The International Traveler Challenge:Gastronomic Adventure

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Peach Flower Eel, Stir-Fried Organic Pork Belly, Slow-Broiled Baby Taro, Xinfan Lake Fish with Preserved VegetablesAaron Yang and Collin were taken with all these vibrant examples of modern Sichuan cuisine. From spicy hot pot to Sichuan Opera, fragrant tea and even an earwax cleaning, they were surprised how quickly time passed by while enjoying the “slow life”. Aaron knows there is a lot more left to explore in this city, stating that “now that we’re here we really don’t want to leave. We’ll definitely be back!”
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BIZARRE FOODS 🆙 Chengdu, China 🆙 NEW HD 2017

BIZARRE FOODS 🆙 Chengdu, China 🆙 NEW HD 2017

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Whenever you take a chomp of a wiener, attempt to envision that all-American staple through the point of view of somebody from a totally unique nourishment culture. That honest may appear as "odd" to an outsider as digestive tract, brains or the famously stinky durian organic product to an American, as per Andrew Zimmern, host of Travel Channel's Bizarre Foods. "While a frank can be made in a bespoke manner, the traditional New York City 'messy water pooch' is the ideal example for secret meat in our nation," Zimmern says. Having gone by somewhere in the range of 162 nations (and numbering) over the previous decade, Zimmern knows a wide range of strange. The three-time James Beard Award-winning host and creator will commence the tenth period of his show at 9 p.m. this evening with a stop in Madrid, where he will test snail soup, entire infant pig head, rabbit paella and hamburger fat "bon." The scene conveys him full hover to the Spanish capital, where he shot his first scene, filling in as an indication of how "spots change." "We recounted a totally extraordinary story, on the grounds that the sustenance culture in that city has changed totally," he says. Ensuing scenes will discover the Minneapolis-based Zimmern working his way through sheep's mind in Senegal, scavenging with a couple of exceptional culinary specialists in Sweden and experimenting with the best "mystery" eatery in Shanghai. Be that as it may, Zimmern is continually looking past what's (occasionally moving) on the plate. "We're truly attempting to recount the tale of individuals," he says. "The bit of matured walrus butt that winds up on the plate is an accentuation stamp, the period toward the finish of the sentence to discuss their customs." To Zimmern, who has wandered into the sustenance business with his own diner, Canteen, at U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis and different scenes, what constitutes "peculiar" is likewise somewhat of a moving dish. "I think our show has had a little influence in opening up the eyes, particularly of the American coffee shop, to scrutinize the nourishment on their plate and appear to be all the more tolerating to a more noteworthy assortment of sustenances," Zimmern says. For anybody looking for their own strange sustenance undertakings, Zimmern says you need to escape your customary range of familiarity. Regardless of whether that implies going to out of the way neighborhoods in your own city or while voyaging, or making tracks in an opposite direction from a major city altogether, the key is to eat like a nearby. In Venice, Zimmern suggests strolling "to the furthest finishes of the city and going into a little, fish eatery and having cuttlefish cooked in its own particular ink — the city's most well known dish for local people." Or, on the other hand on the off chance that you dare to the Philippines, leave Manila and "go the distance toward the South, where will have a Tarzan-meets-Jane encounter that will boggle your psyche socially and from a culinary ordeal." Keep in mind, it's frequently the most common of sustenances that can appear the most unusual. On one of his treks, Zimmern wound up imparting a tent in Africa to a Chada tribesman, who "gone nuts," when he was offered a nibble of cheddar and wafers. "He stated, God, it's nauseating," Zimmern reviews. "I stated, what don't you like about it? "He stated, the surface. "I stated, I cherish the surface. "He stated, what is it with you Americans? You take consummately great drain, you let it spoil and afterward you dry it into little squares. "That says it all," Zimmern includes. bizarre foods, bizarre foods alaska, bizarre foods america, bizarre foods andrew zimmern, bizarre foods argentina, bizarre foods asia, bizarre foods australia, bizarre foods bolivia, bizarre foods cambodia, bizarre foods china, bizarre foods delicious destinations, bizarre foods japan, bizarre foods mexico, bizarre foods philippines, bizarre foods puerto rico, bizarre foods spain, bizarre foods trinidad, bizarre foods vietnam, bizarre foods with andrew zimmern
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Rooftop farming arrives in Chengdu

Rooftop farming arrives in Chengdu

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Paradisaical State -- Chengdu China the most amazing town on earth

Paradisaical State -- Chengdu China the most amazing town on earth

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  • Updated: 28 Sep 2012
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http://chengdumassagelady.com/ Chengdu may be the funds of Sichuan State, which is known as the particular "Heavenly State" (Tian Fu Zhi Guo). To be the natural environment regarding adorable giant pandas, Chengdu is situated in the west regarding Sichuan Pot plus the biggest market of Chengdu Simple. This handles an overall total area of Twelve.3 thousand square kilometers (4,749 rectangular a long way) having a human population that could reach over 11 zillion. Profiting from Dujiangyan Cleansing Undertaking that was built inside 256 B.C., Sichuan State will be respected since "Tian Fu Zhi Guo", literally a location abundantly rendered together with organic assets. Chengdu, as the capital, is very effective. The particular Minutes and also Tuo Streams, 2 limbs of the Yangtze Lake, attached to 45 other streams, provide a great irrigation section of more than 700 sq . a long way (270.27 sq . a long way) together with 150-180 million kilowatts water. Composed of ample mineral sources, the terrain is extremely rich. A brief history of Chengdu could be tracked again 2,500 once the first emperor built his funds right here as well as known as town. By means of 1000's of years the original title has been held and its particular placement as the funds and as the considerable heart regarding politics, business and also military with the Sichuan location (as soon as called Shu) has remained the same. Because the Han (206B.C.-220) and also Tang (618-907) Dynasties whenever it's handmade items industry blossomed, Chengdu has been famous for the brocades and embroideries. Shu embroideries nevertheless have a large history of their bright colors as well as fragile styles, position among the several principal embroideries within China. Chengdu has been where the bronze culture, an essential section of historical Oriental lifestyle, originated, where the The southern area of Silk Highway started out, and also the spot the location where the first paper foreign currency, Jiaozi (not the particular dumpling!), was initially printed. It really is detailed among the first Twenty four state-approved historic and also ethnic cities and also has 23 express as well as provincial social relic devices. As well as its deep traditional and social background offering traditional attractions such as the Thatched Bungalow regarding Du Fu , Martial Marquis Funeral Brow and also Wenshu Monastery , etc, pure beauty is full of surrounding places including inside the Jiuzhaigou Scenic Region and Huanglong Valley (Yellow-colored Monster Pit) . Natural habitat associated with giant pandas, Chengdu Panda Reproduction and Research Heart , supports the planet's just giant panda reproduction and also research base. Sampling the particular famous Sichuan delicacies is crucial on a journey in order to Chengdu. Experiencing the foods plus the tradition, buying and achieving tea in a teahouse manage any further understanding of Chengdu. Find out more about us at:http://chengdumassagelady.com/videos/.
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Blackberries in Chengdu

Blackberries in Chengdu

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Blackberry Chengdu Sichuan China chinese Chine fields
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Volkswagen People's car project, Hover Car, the flying two-seater

Volkswagen People's car project, Hover Car, the flying two-seater

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liquid foliar fertilizer from chengdu chelation

liquid foliar fertilizer from chengdu chelation

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Email: cdaohe@gmail.com We CHENGDU CHELATION BIOLOGY TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD. is a big manufacture special in amino acid chelates, amino acid powder and liquid in China. Amino acid series wildly apply on Food grade, feed grade and fertilizer-grade. Our leading products contain the third generation of monomer / composite amino acid chelated series - organic iron, zinc, manganese, copper, cobalt, calcium and so on.
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The Amazing Building shaped like a Ship in Chengdu

The Amazing Building shaped like a Ship in Chengdu

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Come and see the amazing building shaped like a ship in Chengdu, it even has an anchor! By David Goorney
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Hong Kong to Chengdu

Hong Kong to Chengdu

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  • Updated: 29 Dec 2013
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Over Land trip in China is the best way to learn and understand the people the way of life and the culture. Most of all the traditional ways about many minority tribes.
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256 Years Old Man Breaks The Silence Before His Death | Reveals SHOCKING Secrets

256 Years Old Man Breaks The Silence Before His Death | Reveals SHOCKING Secrets

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Watch 256 Years Old Man Breaks The Silence Before His Death And Reveals SHOCKING Secrets To The World. Unbelievably, Li Ching Yuen was a man who lived for 256 years. Hence, according to a New York Times article from 1930, Wu Chung-chieh, professor of the Chengdu University, presented Imperial Chinese government records from 1827 congratulating Li Ching-Yuen on his 150th birthday. Additionally, back in 1877, other documents which were discovered later on showed him congratulating Li on his 200th birthday. A correspondent of the New York Times, in 1928, wrote that a lot of old men in the neighborhood of Li claimed that their grandfathers knew Li Ching when they were only little boys, and, that he, at that time, was an adult. Li Ching Yuen began his career as an herbalist at the age of 10. He picked up herbs in mountains and learned about their power for longevity. What’s more, around 40 years, his nutrition was primarily based on herbs like lingzhi, goji berry, wild ginseng, he shoo wu, gotu kola, and rice wine. Furthermore, at the age of 71, in 1749, he became a member of the Chinese armies as a teacher of martial arts. Additionally, he was reported as a loved figure in his community. Amazingly, he married 23 times and fathered more than 200 children! He learned to read and write at an early age, and by his tenth birthday he had already visited Kansu, Shansi, Tibet, Annam, Siam, and Manchuria to gather herbs. This was his primary occupation for 100 years; afterwards, he began selling herbs that other people gathered. As one of Li’s disciples claimed, he was not the only person over the age of 200. Moreover, according to him, there was a 500- year-old man who taught him Qigong exercises and advised him about his nutrition in order to help him extend his lifespan. On his deathbed, Li said that he had done everything he wanted to do in this world. Maybe, these words could be the potential answer to longevity. When Li was asked what the secret to longevity was, he said that a quiet heart, sitting like a tortoise, walking like a pigeon, and sleeping as a dog would do the trick. Li said this to Wu Pei-fu, the warlord, who took Li into his house in order to learn the secrets for longevity from him. What’s more, Li held the view that a calm and peaceful mind, in combination with proper breathing techniques, is the solution to a longer lifespan. Although his nutrition obviously played a major role in his longevity, Li attributed his long years of life to his state of mind. Even though this story seems amazing, some people remain skeptics considering the fact that the average lifespan in the west is between 70-85 years, and the thought of someone living over 100 and over 200 years is really difficult to grasp. However, it is important to know that some people experience no stress whatsoever; they do not breathe polluted city air and include physical activity regularly. Additionally, they exclude sugars and flour from their diets and consume only organic food without fatty meats, GMO foods, antibiotics, alcohol, and tobacco. On the contrary, the American diet is mainly based on junk foods that only contribute to the detriment of the overall health, and thus, our lifespan decreases. Some people also spend a lot of time in nature and under the sun, meditating and practicing breathing techniques that have amazing effect on the improvement of physical, emotional, and mental health. When we spend time under the sun, we immediately feel energized and we call this a vacation. But, imagine spending your entire lifetime in the mountains, under the sun, surrounded by nature? Your entire life would be a vacation. To sum up, if we do everything as it should be done, celebrating our 100th birthday would be a common thing, because, when we treat our bodies properly, who knows for how long can we live? Stay Connected with us -------------- ► Subscribe @: https://goo.gl/L6Xk3w ► Facebook @ https://goo.gl/ItvMyV ► Twitter @ https://goo.gl/rSVX9y ► Google +: https://goo.gl/Lvughw
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JingLi Ancient Street in Chengdu

JingLi Ancient Street in Chengdu

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Arts, crafts, carp, bats on Jingli Street in Chengdu. Ancient wood, brick, and stone buildings that house silk brocade and paper fan shops, as well, unfortunately, Dairy Queen and Starbucks. They have green tea Blizzards here.
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Chengdu Caikun Biological Products Co.,Ltd

Chengdu Caikun Biological Products Co.,Ltd

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As one of the leading hi-tech pharmaceutical enterprises, Chengdu Caikun Biological Products Co., Ltd. specializes in the R&D, manufacture and marketing of Chinese herbs and plant extracts. Our company has a plant area of about 33,000 square meters and we are equipped with advanced production lines according to GMP requirements. In addition, we have natural raw material plant and Chinese herb planting base. Our company is staffed with 56 highly qualified employees specializing in the R&D, production and management. Among them, 68 are advisors, professors, and postgraduates in the field of pharmacology, biochemistry, biological engineering as well as chemistry engineering. They are engaged in the research and development of new pharmaceutical products, especially in Chinese traditional medicine pharmacology. Meanwhile, we have good relationship and close cooperation with authoritative institutions, such as Shanghai Haitai Pharmacy Co., Ltd., Shanghai Newsummit Biopharma Co., Ltd. and Chengdu Institute of Biology, Sichuan University and CAS. They can assist us to develop end pharmaceuticals. Bid for Investment We welcome domestic and international enterprises or individuals to join us to explore the opportunities for greater success. We have spacious plant area where you can use as a production base. We have advanced technology and equipment ready for any project cooperation. You can also involve into the management with us together to create a better tomorrow.
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Chengdu Earthquake Trauma Relief Workshops - Dr. Susan Jamieson, Light Doctor

Chengdu Earthquake Trauma Relief Workshops - Dr. Susan Jamieson, Light Doctor

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http://lightdoctor.net » Dr. Susan Jamieson, The Light Doctor and Claire McLetchie, are invited by Professor Fuscius, in co-operation with the local government of Chengdu, to present three trauma relief workshops at the beautiful holistic Magnolia Retreat centre at 'The Beichuan Medicine King Resort' Sichuan, China, in March 2011. As a doctor, bridging science and ancient healing techniques, Dr. Jamieson specializes in combinations, which balance, relax and heal both mind and body by using movement, scent, art and writing. Together, the body and emotions can be rebalanced to a state of 'original innocence' -- a time when there were no traumas or worries. Transcript as follows: Myself, Dr. Susan Jamieson and Claire McCletchie and Professor Fucius from Beijing were invited by the local government of Chengdu, Southwest China and a hotel called the Magnolia resort to present workshops for trauma relief after the stage one earthquake in Chengdu 2008. Chengdu proved to be a fabulous town with the most amazing fresh food. We ate the most fantastic meals from the local street vendors full of chili, spices, garlic, traditional to the area. Everything was so fresh. Fish had been taken in a cart from the sea many miles away but the fish was still swimming in the water in this cart before it went straight onto our table. This resort in China is called the Beichuan Medicine King Resort and it's full of magnolia trees, which are particularly associated with trauma for women. The women of this area are so traumatized that they can't conceive. And they've had no therapy or counselling since the 2008 earthquake in which they saw their children's schools collapse on top of their children. Everywhere there are statues to Goddess Quan Yin and the turtles for longevity. Because in this resort of many hectares of pristine organic food all that is grown is actually herbs and nutritional food that helps longevity and health. So the owner of this resort has his heart open so much by his experience in the disaster, that he stopped his property development company to spend all his money in this enterprise. Magnolia trees are known to be related to trauma for women. The sense of smell is the first to come to us and the power of its healing cannot be valued more. We ran poetry workshops and writing workshops. Then we did movement workshops to help the locals release their frustration and worries through movement therapy.
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CHINA: The Tea Way - 3 Jiangshui - Chengdu

CHINA: The Tea Way - 3 Jiangshui - Chengdu

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China — is the homeland of tea. Tea is grown and produced here, it is tasted and drunk, advertised and sold. The production technology and traditional ways of consumption of tea have strongly intertwined with the Chinese mentality and religion. Jiangshui - one of the oldest cities in the southern part of the Yunnan Province. The majority of the buildings that remained until now, was constructed in the 14th-17th centuries. The local Confucian Temple Wen Miao was founded even earlier — some time in the 13th-14th century. At that time, it was the largest Confucian temple of China. Muyeang Huo Kham Chiang Rung or Lu kingdom, was the state of one Thai nationality — the Lu people. The city of Chiang Hung was the capital of this kingdom. It is the present City of Jinhong, the Capital of Sishuanbanna-Dai autonomous region of China. In this region of China, ethnic Chinese never made the majority of the population. Even today, after the reinforced assimilation according to the official population census, it is Thais, the Khans, the Lakhs, Bulanas, Jings, Yaos, Miaos, Bais, Hueyets, Vas, Tchzhunas and other national minorities, who live here. In this locality, lying approximately at the latitude of the Tropic of Cancer, there are fertile soils and humid tropical climate, clean rivers and cool mountain air, and impenetrable evergreen forests. It is very warm and very humid here, year around. Ideal conditions for tea cultivation. In the course of searching for medicinal herbs, people incidentally came across tea trees. They tried to chew on tea leaves and felt the healing effect at once. When leaves started to be cooked in boiled water, their action on the body became even stronger. At first, tea was treated as medicine. In the ancient treatise "Shen Lun Benb Shu" or "the Initial Book of the Divine Dragon", it is written: "Tea tastes bitter. When a person drinks it, he/she thinks better, he chooses to sleep less, the body becomes light and vision clears". Not more, than a typical description of some medical syrup. The tea plants on every step of the way. On all, suitable, even at the slightest degree, grounds for tea cultivation. Majority of plantations is not large, but small and even miniature like. They belong to separate families. The technology is primitive. Tea is dried in the barn on a single antediluvian piece of machinery. And still, only the richest tea growers do it. It is mainly the manual labour, that is used here. Leaves are drying directly in the yards. Here, dust flies over them, and dog's hair. They cover the tea only from the top — from rain. It is no surprise, that it the beginning of a tea ceremony, tea leaves are rinsed with boiling hot water. When I looked at the conditions, where the elite kinds of the Chinese tea are made, I would prefer not just to rinse it before the use, but to wash it properly with soap. The complicated web of the roads, horse paths and narrow trails, passing along the strongly rugged mountain district in the western part of the Provinces of Sichuan and Yunnan and also across Tibet, is called "The Ancient Tea and Horse Way". In the 9th century, the borders of the State of Nanzhao were constantly extending. Part of the present Chinese Province of Sichuan, the northern part of Burma and Vietnam, joined its territory. However, already in the next century, the state began to weaken. In 1252, it was captured by the Mongols, under the leadership of Khan Hubilaya. Old Dali, by its appearance, — the typical Chinese medieval city. With a fortification, temples, stone buildings, parks and fountains. Tibetan influence is felt here. The dishes of the Tibetan cuisine have appeared in the restaurants. And original Tibetan tea. Lijiang, that lost its importance as the large trade city on the "tea and horse way", began to gradually turn into a tourist sight. The City of Shangri-La is already in Tibet. It is not on the territory of the Tibetan autonomous area, where the foreigners are permitted only in the presence of a special permission. In 2001, the City of Chzhondian, also known as Tszyaltan, was officially renamed as Shangri-La. One mystical place in James Hilton's novel "Lost horizon", was similarly called. The Emeishan Mount - one of the four most sacred Buddhist mountains of China and the highest of them. Emeishan, in translation from Chinese, means "Beautiful mountains". They always drew the attention of travelers by their beauty. The whole life of Chinese people and their culture are inseparably linked with tea. Within one, even the longest travel, it is only possible to get acquainted with them briefly. To walk a small part of "the Tea Way". We have done exactly this, by having passed through the southern provinces of China from Shanghai to Chengdu in two months.
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