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Chinese medicine is helpful in detecting ailments not found in Western techniques.

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In order to put their parents minds at ease, both the women in the couple get fake marriages. Their parents don't seem to mind as long as they can maintain their respectability. Their biggest hurtle was from within the relationship.

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Chinese medicine is about observing the effect of an illness and the patient's personal experience, rather than the medical probing of pathogens.

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Two best friends who have no concept of what it means to be a lesbian figure out that they are actually in a lesbian relationship. This clip shows the moment when they realized what they were without realizing any of the societal ramifications.

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Chinese medicine stresses prevention of disease rather than treating that which has already happened.

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Chinese medicine revolves around the idea that disease is caused by internal and external factors, with the external as far-reaching as the generational.

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Placing the health standards of younger people on the elderly is not only unnecessary. It's unrealistic and unhealthy.

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Can those born in the 80's and 90's celebrate Children's Day?

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A Fu finishes by asking a friend what they think about living in Shanghai. He says he can't stand the cold winter. We also meet A Fu's wife who explains that home is what is comfortable to you and where your parents are.

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Our host, A Fu, asks Xiaobei what his ideal place to retire is. They also confront Jared in the Hall way about where his allegiances lie when it comes to the debate about which city is better, Beijing or Shanghai.

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Our host continues to ask his Beijing friends why they think Beijing is better than Shanghai. Roz says that Beijing is better because the roads are easier to find.

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Our jolly host asks some of his Beijing friends how they feel about Shanghai foreigners. He also asks how someone can come to love a city they weren't born in.

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A jolly German fellow tells us why he loves Shanghai so much. His whole life is in Shanghai, so he feels it's his second home.

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A guest on this Beijing Television segment explains under which situations you can or cannot reuse masks.

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Guests on this Beijing Television segment demonstrate how to remove and dispose of masks properly.

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Guests on this Beijing Television segment demonstrate how to put on masks properly.

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This Beijing Television segment introduces four categories of masks and situations where they're most useful.

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In this Beijing Television segment on the types of masks to use during the COVID-19 epidemic, a guest discusses what is dubbed "the selfish mask."

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