One sweet potato, a piece of boiled chicken breast, several pieces of boiled broccoli and a handful of walnuts: This is what Liling Xiong usually eats. After giving birth to her first baby, she insisted on this “apparently healthy diet” for almost one year, until one day her fitness instructor Yuan Yao warned her she might have an eating disorder. Continue reading Eating Healthy Food May Cause Unhealthy Eating Disorders
On every Thursday night, around 26 UGA students would gather together at the Memorial Hall to attend a recovery meeting. The meeting is held by the Collegiate Recovery Community(CRC), a campus program aims to help students with addictive behaviors.
On January 30th 2015, Zheng Xiaojuan, a liver cancer patient, was receiving the radiation therapy in an urban hospital. As a rural resident, she only received 49% reimbursement from her medical insurance on her medical fees, a rate far below urban residents’ 80% to 90%. Continue reading Reform of the Medical Insurance System: Benefits and Issues
On October 28th 2002, Xi’an and Xianyang signed the Integration Agreement. However, after more than a decade of construction, the integration process has not achieved the desired results, in particular that the construction of the Xi’an-Xianyang New District. Continue reading Twelve years of Xi’an – Xianyang Construction: Integration or Tripartite Confrontation