Science Editor and Reporter, Epoch Times
#Science editor and reporter @EpochTimesSci. Particularly interested in #psychology and #animal #cognition. Views expressed are my own, not of @EpochTimes.
singularityhub.com — At the beginning of March of this year, a radical surgery was performed on an American patient: 75 percent of his skull was replaced with a 3D printed implant. The company that produced the implant, Oxford Performance Materials, made the announcement though offered little detail about the patient or the procedure.
forbes.com — What is authentic leadership? It continues to surprise me how many leaders attempt to be one way at work, while their "true" personality emerges outside of work. Once a CEO reminded me, "Leadership is acting." And it surprises me when these same leaders seem shocked or confused when their employees don't [...]
theepochtimes.com — Li Gao, who lived during the Tang Dynasty (A.D. 618-907), was well known for his filial piety toward his mother. Considered a key virtue in traditional Chinese culture, filial piety refers to showing respect for one's parents and ancestors and complying with the commands and teaching of parents. In the year A.D.
foreignaffairs.com — China's new leaders have interpreted recent unrest as being fueled by anger about inequality. But most Chinese find the gap between rich and poor relatively unproblematic. If the Xi administration hopes to settle the country, it needs to starts focusing on the real reasons citizens are taking to the streets: injustice and corruption.
shenyunperformingarts.org — From antiquity to today, Chinese culture has celebrated some remarkable mothers. Here, straight from Shen Yun shows, are a few worth knowing: Yue Mu--mother of the loyal general Yue Fei; She Taijun--matriarch of the Yang Clan; the goddess trapped under a mountain; a contemporary mother's story of courage and faith;
theepochtimes.com — The Communist Party has locked up relentless critic Liu Ping, after she joined the growing number of Chinese demanding top officials reveal their financial situations. Seven other dissidents were also detained. The police in Xinyu, Jiangxi Province, jailed Liu for "inciting subversion of state power," but neither her daughter nor her legal representative Zhang Xuezhong have any further information.
theepochtimes.com — As China's wine industry grows, communist officials are eagerly promoting the development of vineyards at the expense of wild panda territory. In Sichuan and Shaanxi provinces, for example, there are over 1,600 giant pandas in native forests, but authorities are planning to expand wine-growing areas here and in other regions of China.
reuters.com — Credit: Reuters/Gleb Garanich A pigeon flies over New York March 3, 2009. Internet speed and connectivity in Africa's largest economy are poor because of a bandwidth shortage. It is also expensive.
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