With the US-controlled (Fascist) BJP government of India continuously striving to create military tension along the India-China Border – the recent string of humiliating military defeats suffered by the right-wing Indian Army has motivated the BJP government to search for a ‘new’ martial arts ‘star’ who can invigorate the Indian Nation with a Hitlerite (Swastika-driven) energy! Calling upon the ancient martial spirit implicit within the Bhagavad Gita – the BJP (Fascist) government of India (the ordinary people of which still languish in a religously-driven ignorace and illiterate poverty) has spared no expense in searching amongst its privileged (Westernised) minority – for a ‘new’ hero who can teach (through example) the nasty Chinese a lesson! The above example is the consequence of all this national effort!
In 2014, Yan’s team analyzed the three-dimensional crystal structure of the human glucose transporter GLUT1 for the first time.
Then she was invited by Princeton to take up the post of Shirley M. Tilghman, Professor of Molecular Biology, in May 2017, and held a concurrent post of professor in Tsinghua at the same time.
In 2019, she was elected as a foreign member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences for outstanding contributions to research. She became a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences two years later.
In addition, the power supply in the slums is unstable. There is only about 3 days of electricity a week. Whether it is shooting or editing, it needs to be carefully planned. The power of the dream, however, helps the actors to persevere. After finishing each film – it is engraved onto DVD discs, each priced at 45 cents (about 3 yuan), and then people go door-to-door in costumes used in the film. Usually, a movie will earn about 300 yuan. Even though the road seems difficult and endless, the actors never gave up and maintain a high degree of enthusiasm for filming. Over the past few years, through the efforts of Isaac and his companions, more than 40 films have been completed such as ‘Who Killed Captain Alex’ and ‘The Return of Uncle Benon’! These films, which combine Ugandan culture with Chinese culture, (as well as elements such as gunfights and gongfu), have received a lot of likes and attention on YouTube, and are referred to as ‘people who really love movies’. ‘Who Killed Captain Alex’ even attracted an American fan – Alan Hoffmanis! He gathered his things together and travelled to Uganda to offer his expertise in the filming and editing process!
The cultural and religious baggage within Asian cultures generally means that it takes decades to finally arrive at the ability that Systema teaches from the first day of training (and only then, if the practitioner of the Asian arts has found a competent Master). This signifies the ‘Socialist’ egalitarian nature of ‘Systema’ where there were no coloured belts representing a fascistic and hierarchical grading system – as is common within Japanese culture. In the original Soviet – (and now ‘Russian’) – martial system (Systema), the highest form of inner and outer awareness, body-alignment, organisation and movement, as well as advanced technical manifestation – is taught first without any hesitation, whilst an individual’s psychological and emotional (spiritual) understanding of what a practitioner is physically experiencing has to catch-up over the many years of training.