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Believers think it brings out the toxic energy that makes the body ill through the skin's pores and, therefore, allows for healing. But the black and blue marks it left on the skin of the child alerted the teacher at his school to what he thought was child abuse. In the ensuing legal battle against the government over the custody of the child, the Chinese family was tossed into great post to read a seemingly hopeless challenge - to explain the largely inexplicable traditional Chinese treatment to skeptical Americans - and the cultural differences were so frustrating that the grandpa moved back to China where a harmless traditional treatment wouldn't be mistaken for child abuse. When the movie came out in 2001, it felt very real. It was indeed based on a real story. Although Chinese medicine was first brought to the US during the Gold Rush, until the 1970s practicing acupuncture in the US could land you in jail. The New York Times columnist James Reston's 1971 piece on the front page of the paper about his own experience of undergoing an acute appendicitis operation in Beijing with acupuncture anesthesia might be one of the earliest spotlights that Chinese medicine received from the mainstream media in the US. But 30 years later, many Americans had still not heard of traditional Chinese medicine, let alone make any positive comment about it. Things are clearly different now. Chinese pharmaceutical chemist Tu Youyou 's 2015 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for her contribution in discovering artemisinin from sweet wormwoods to treat malaria has drawn broad attention to the value of Chinese herbal medicine. Nin Jiom, a herbal syrup made in China, was found to be magically effective in alleviating sore throats and coughing caused by flu for many Americans during the winter flu epidemic.

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kellys alicante primera asamblea Siguiendo el ejemplo de las camareras de piso de otras partes del Estado, las trabajadoras de esta ciudad han decidido asociarse para luchar juntas contra su precariedad.  Nace el colectivo de Las Kellys Alicante Lis Gaibar Cada vez más mujeres visten camiseta verde. Las camareras de piso de Alicante han decidido dar el paso y organizarse por un trabajo digno en una ciudad costera donde la alta ocupación hotelera se traduce, en muchas ocasiones, en explotación. Ayer se celebró la asamblea inaugural de las Kellys de Alicante: quince mujeres se dieron cita en un primer encuentro en el que unir fuerzas contra la precariedad. El nuevo grupo nace con dos objetivos interiorizados: acabar con la sobrecarga laboral e impedir la externalización de su trabajo. "Ayudarnos las unas a las otras forma parte de la esencia de las kellys y a nosotras nos rige el mismo convenio", recordó Yolanda García A esta asamblea inaugural acudió también Yolanda García, portavoz de la asociación Kellys Benidorm-Marina Baixa, con el objetivo de recordar la necesidad de apoyo mutuo entre los colectivos: “Ayudarnos las unas a las otras forma parte de la esencia de las kellys”, subrayó, “y nosotras pertenecemos a la misma provincia y nos rige el mismo convenio”. Ahora hay dos grupos en la provincia de Alicante, pero es bien conocida la presencia de kellys en ciudades como Barcelona, Madrid, Fuerteventura, Lanzarote, Cádiz o Mallorca. Un grupo de camareras de piso de hoteles de la ciudad asiste a la primera asamblea de las Kellys Alicante Lis Gaibar Ya había contactos previos entre las camareras de piso de la provincia; de hecho habían participado de manera conjunta en varias acciones . Desde hacía meses existía un compromiso por parte de empleadas de hoteles alicantinos para "buscar soluciones y no limitarnos a quejarnos", tal y como definieron ellas mismas. Un compromiso que, incluso, a algunas les "costó el puesto de trabajo". Así que sólo faltaba dar el paso.  En la reunión se intentó encauzar las próximas acciones para darse a conocer como colectivo, pero sobre todo para configurarse y funcionar de forma eficaz como tal.

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