I was that kid in PE class too. I hated PE so much and sucked so badly at it that in theb4th grade they even put me in a computer class instead of PE with a few other non athletic kids. It was great to be introduced to computers at such a young age in the 80s, but it did horrible things for my attitude towards exercise..
The initial driving force behind the Visual History Project is to preserve the heritage of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Integrative Medicine through the video documentation of the life changing experience and wisdom shared by pioneers and leading figures in China. Since 2005, the video documentation team organized and sponsored by the Center for East West Medicine has made multiple trips to China to conduct interviews and site visits. These efforts have yielded over 150 hours of video footage which included some of the most prominent figures representing a full spectrum of expertise:Blood StasisThe project team has dedicated its ongoing effort to the postproduction tasks which include transcription, cataloging, editing, and translation of the wealth of video footage.
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