Can we just surrender now?Don't worry. Obama will stand up to China for the Philippines, right after he stands up for America. But first he has to put all the Chinese agents in this country on double secret probation.
Led by Professor Ken Greenwood, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Computing, Health and Science, and Psychology Lecturer Associate Professor Paul Chang, the group attended a range of lectures at Nankai University, went on cultural site visits and interacted with the local community.
“One great experience was karaoke with our Chinese buddies,” ECU student Alyce Rainbow said.
“It was a fun exposure to their leisure time.”
Students also visited an aged care facility, which Alyce found this to be one of the most valuable parts of the trip.
“We arrived during their waltz practice and ended up joining in,” Alyce said.
“It was a fantastic chance to interact with the people living at the home and learn about their culture.”
During their visit the students climbed the Great Wall of China, walked around the famous Beijing National Stadium (the Bird’s Nest) and roamed around Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City.
“The students were able to see how psychology infused various aspects of Chinese life, including the impact of the ‘one-child policy,’” Professor Chang said.
“Students adjusted superbly well to their new environments despite being out of their comfort zones.”
“They were wonderful ambassadors for their university and their country. Many were also very brave in trying out Chinese foods that they had never seen before,” Professor Chang said.
“They were also able to impart a great deal of knowledge about Australia to their Chinese ‘buddies,’ leaving them with a wholly positive opinion about Australia and Australians.”
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Is it any wonder the US Veterans Administration has Never had a Positive Outcome, from its Psy-Corps??
"Algorithms:A review of existing algorithms, including VA National Guidelines, APA, the Texas Medication Algorithm Project (TMAP), and PORT was conducted. After careful consideration, a modified version of TMAP was selected, and named the New Jersey Algorithm.The sequence includes two trials of atypical antipsychotics followed by a Clozaril trial. If no favorable response is observed, a third atypical neuroleptic is tried, followed by a typical neuroleptic, followed by a combination of antipsychotic medications. The consensus of the internal advisory committee was to provide a flexible algorithm that will allow for minor modifications as new research is disseminated. Though a positive outcome has not been observed with the NJ Algorithm to date,researchers suspect that a larger sample size might generate significant findings in the future."
What is our Govt. doing attempting to reprogram our Veterans with mind control tactics garnered in Communist China?
What kind of person would want to go to Communist China to study mental/political re-education?