Although it is quite weird to hear everyone in Tibet and China speaking English, this movie revealed what had happened when China conquered Tibet in the 50s, forcing the 14th Dalai Lama (Kundun) to flee to India. Mao said that “Religion is poison”, but I think that “Power and money are way stronger poisons then,… Read More Kundun – a movie describes the life of the current Dalai Lama
A few days ago in Facebook I wrote in my own point of view on the issue of setting up “ladies coaches” on trains, it aroused a lot of discussions and comments, but obviously my Muslim friends were not happy about my criticism on this matter, and even impose some personal attacks on me! Well,… Read More Education!! Not Separation!! A discussion about women rights.
I am amazed by how many times I have been to India and what I witness this time is the reluctance of making changes for people and the government. There is no doubt that more infrastructures are being built throughout the country, you can see skyscrapers and modern cars on the road; but still there… Read More Something cannot be changed in India?
In August 2012, fate brought me here in Maesot, a small border town between Thailand and Myanmar where the Thai government is hosting a lot of Burmese refugees because of the civil war in Myanmar. 2 years ago, different tribes in Myanmar signed the cease-fire agreement, but still the country was deeply injured and required… Read More Village Acupuncturist Training Program
I only know the Pride Parade is going to happen when my Couchsurfing host told me 2 weeks ago, he asked if I want to join the Green Party (the third largest political party in NZ) to march along the way. I accepted the invitation without any hesitation, as I haven’t been to any parade… Read More My First Pride Parade, Tandem bike and Chariot
Back in 2013 I spent 4 months in Nepal, apart from the famous trekking we did to Annapurna basecamp and paragliding in Pokhara, most of the time I stayed with a local family who live in a suburb outside Kathmandu called Lalitpur. I met them in a church which I mistakenly located, the father was… Read More Good Shepherd Children’s Home in Nepal
When I was younger, I really wanted to be part of MSF (Medicine Sans Frontiers) to serve people who are deprived of medical care because of natural disasters or wars. However, I was not clever enough to be enrolled into MBBS (Western Medicine course), and ended up studying Chinese Medicine, which I thought there would… Read More Chinese Medicine for All
Everytime when I turn on the TV, tune to international news channel, I can say that Human being are at WARS now…Protest in Ukraine; Civil war in South Sudan, Central Africa, not to say Egypt and Syria; Suicide bomb in Pakistan, Kenya and Russia; gun shots in America and Australia….That’s more than one can digest… Read More Children are the ultimate victims of Wars