Author:Dr. Li Sichun
1. Mainstream science disagrees
After 30 years of research on Qigong and the superpowers of the human body, some like-minded people in the fields of medicine, physics, and sports have gradually participated in the research, but everyone is still occasionally attacked by the mainstream scientific community. This situation is very uncomfortable. However, looking back at the history of these traditional folk customs including the development of Chinese medicine in the past 50 years, I have to lament that the development of such fields as body, mind, and soul has to be led by politics instead of being spontaneously produced by the academic community. This also shows that the development of modern science has moved towards the opposite of spiritually, falling into a self-righteous maze that nothing exists in where there is no scientific evidence.

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Author:Dr. Li Sichun
I. When were Meridian and Acupuncture Points First Documented?
The fundamental theory behind Chinese medicine lies in "Huang Di Nei Jing (Esoteric Scripture of the Yellow Emperor); 黃帝內經." It is commonly believed that Huang Di Nei Jing was written in mid- to latter-day Western Han dynasty becaues its title had first appeard in "Hanshu: Yiwenzi (Book of Han: Treatise on Literature."

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