Why is it that some elderly folk have "hearts of innocence."
Sean takes his date home only to have his date run into Kimi in her lingerie. Somehow Sean manages to get Kimi to play the part of his distant cousin, but the two still get in a heated argument.
Chinese medicine teaches us to look after ourselves by preventing disease, rather than dealing with it when it arrives.
The couple explains the way that they keep their relationship harmonious with some give and take. They also explain that the real key to a serious relationship is taking care of each other's families.
Modern technology is helping us cope with disease, not cure it.
Chinese medicine is about prevention rather than covering up symptoms.
The couple speaks honestly about the ups and downs of their relationship. The impart their wisdom about how all couples really are and share a story about how even the best intended plans can sometimes go awry in funny ways.
Chinese medicine is helpful in detecting ailments not found in Western techniques.
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.
Chinese medicine is about observing the effect of an illness and the patient's personal experience, rather than the medical probing of pathogens.
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.
Chinese medicine stresses prevention of disease rather than treating that which has already happened.
In the end our host gives us the message that we should try our best to change the things we can and not over think the things we can't change about ourselves.
Should we get more used to getting sick than being healthy?
The artist explains more of his life philosophy and our inherent contradictions.
Chinese medicine revolves around the idea that disease is caused by internal and external factors, with the external as far-reaching as the generational.
After the host finishes her painting the artist interprets in in relation to her life. He tells her that her life will move in one particular direction but She will have some difficulty right in the middle. In this way his work becomes a type of fortune telling.
What's the difference between "Yang", "Ji" and "Bing?
Our host can't wait to try painting and she goes about choosing her ink. The artist describes the process that needs to be unlearned in order for us to let out what's truly in our hearts. We should disregard our training and just paint.