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The video describes the many ailments that can be treated with pine and cedar trees, the origins of Chinese medicine.

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Knowing the basis of the Chinese character for illness opens the door for learning many more characters.

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This video explains the origins of the Chinese character for pain.

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This video explains how the character for illness evolved into its present form.

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In this episode, the origins of the Chinese characters for "illness" are explained.

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Eason Chan (陳奕迅) is a famous singer and actor from Hong Kong. Learn all about him with Yabla!

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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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In this Beijing Television segment on the types of masks to use during the COVID-19 epidemic, a guest explains which masks are ineffective against COVID-19.

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In this Beijing Television segment on the types of masks to use during the COVID-19 epidemic, a guest explains which masks should be used under which situations.

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In this Beijing Television segment on the types of masks to use during the COVID-19 epidemic, a guest explains the effectiveness of a disposable medical mask.

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A Beijing Television segment on the types of masks to use during the COVID-19 epidemic.

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Liu Yong's "Lantern Festival at Longshan Temple" tells a multitude of stories simultaneously.

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Mastering the use of the acupoints takes decades of practice.

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Liu Yong further explains the intricacies of his painting, "Lantern Festival at Longshan Temple."

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Taiwanese opera and the Longshan Temple are early symbols of Taiwanese culture.

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This video introduces another acupoint, the "Chungwan," further supporting the principle that "All it takes is one needle."

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Just like many things, acupuncture is about quality, not quantity.

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This video demonstrates acupuncture insertion into the "Windy Mansion" acupoint.

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