by Stephen Coleman
Professor Yingqing Zhang. Zang's discoveries would make acupuncture too simple and if everybody could do it, there would be no need for acupuncturists and there would be less work for doctors.
Twenty five hundred years ago, ancient Chinese physicians began to note that when a person is ill that there are certain corresponding points elsewhere on the body that were also sore and tender.
By rubbing this points they were amazed that it stimulated healing. Soon they learned that inserting needles into these points was just as effective but less work and the art of acupuncture was born.
The Aztec and Mayan civilizations also noticed this effect and to this day their shamans and even common folk have learned to use a limited yet effective form of acupressure called "sobando".
Not much is known about Professor Yingqing Zhang's life. He was born in 1947. We know that he worked in medicine in Inner Mongolia during the Cultural Revolution. He eventually became a professor at Shandong University in China.
While alive he gained fame for his work. He received recognition from President Bill Clinton. Jian Zemin, President and Wen Jiabao Vice Premier of China both personally visited with Prof. Zhang for diagnosis and treatment.
He won first prize at the Paris International Fair of Inventions for inventing the electroeciwograph, a diagnostic tool based upon his discoveries. With such fame his enemies dared not work in the open.
His cause of death is unknown and it is unknown when or where he died. It is assumed he died in 2004 in Shandong, PRC. Upon his death, his department was shut down and his life's works including all textbooks and over a million original case studies were destroyed.
What is it that the Chinese medical establishment wants to destroy and cover up?