China calls. Hormones roll. Jet-black hair… Pearl-white teeth. Heart open wide. Minds connect, Hands entwine… Lips embrace. Chinese women. Sometimes men, Why does this happen… Again, and again.
Although what might be translated as the ‘Abode of God’, this Buddhist term, as usual, completely re-interprets this earlier Brahmanic term, so that it becomes both logical
Master Zhao Ming Wang’s (赵明旺) Poem (24.9.2019) Ordinary people, Ordinary thing. 普通的人普通的事， True love, Starts with a single drop… 真爱从点滴做起。 Qianfeng Hermitage (千峰草堂) – Beijing MASTER ZHAO MING
I have no interest in the business that is Energy Medicine (indeed, I believe all healing should be ‘free’), and even less interest in this
This man with nothing on his feet, a former soldier in the British Army and a person betrayed by the country he has served and had risked his life for, actually asked if we ‘were’ cold.
The earliest known examples of the Chinese ideogram ‘德’ appear on cast bronze artefacts produced during the Zhou Dynasty (1046–256 BCE) such as: This