Monthly Archives: December 2010

My brain in China

      Well more bad news. I will be in the hospital two more weeks. The good news is that they have found the source of my problems i.e. high blood pressure, prostate swelling, and migraine headaches. I have … Continue reading

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Christmas Greetings from a Chinese Hospital

Last Friday I got a case of food poisoning. This triggered a cascade of events in my body. Massive headache leading to nausea, and liquids exploding from both ends of my body to a complete shutdown of my prostate. Women … Continue reading

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My Quantum Computer Experiment

How do people create? How do people become conscious and become aware? In other words, how do people think? I have been thinking about these questions all my life and working on the issue of syncretism in the Tang Dynasty … Continue reading

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In a Chinese Cave with Rewi Alley

Rewi Alley was a gruff man who spoke his mind and he did not care what other’s felt about his remarks.  It got Alley kicked out an an organization he founded and a job in the early Moaist government. This … Continue reading

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I Don’t Eat Anything that has a Mother (during fast days)

I Don’t Eat Anything that Has a Mother HIS EYE IS ON THE SPARROW A female mate was hit by a car as she swooped low across the road, and the condition was soon fatal. Her male mate brought her food and … Continue reading

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The Day I met Mao’s Friend

An American who was a Friend of Mao Lǐ Dūnbái 李敦白 I met Sidney Rittenburg at Pacific Lutheran University. He was in the presence of Paul Ingram, professor emeritus of Religion. I knew Dr. Ingram from participation with him on … Continue reading

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American Physician Savior to Modern China

Syriac  Physician who Saved Modern China Shafick Gorge Hatem (Ma Haide) M.D. By Father Dale A. Johnson (Barhanna)   Father Dale A. Johnson, a Syriac Orthodox missionary priest, is on temporary sabbatical in China seeking out the history of contributions … Continue reading

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