At 19, Fan Wu decided to trek to the Belt and Road regions with his friend Shengkang Cao , a blind traveler who was 44. From Beijing through Hebei and Shaanxi to Xi’an, the entire journey covered over 700 miles and lasted for 40 days. Playing the role of Cao’s “eyes”, Fan Wu guided the way for and took care of Cao along the way. Written based on Wu Fan’s personal journal, Let Me Be Your Eyes captures the hardships and happiness of a college student and a blind man collaborating to forge ahead on a journey accompanied with friendship, self-reflection, and growth.
这是一个大学生志愿者和一位盲人的故事， 它关于远方，关于友谊，关于成长。2017 年暑假， 19 岁的大一学生吴凡陪伴盲人旅行家曹晟康踏上了“徒步一带一路”北京—西安段的征程——40 天， 1100 余公里， 135 万多步……这一路上，他经历了哪些挑战，又有哪些思考与成长？打开这本书，感受一场真正的“千里之行，始于足下”。
This book is about the study and appreciation of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures. The whole book is divided into five chapters. The first chapter is the historical origin of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures. It describes the knowledge of New Year pictures, the origin of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures, the history of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures, and the current situation of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures; the second chapter is the significance of the inheritance of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures, which describes the significance of technological inheritance, cultural significance, survival and development significance and protection significance of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures; the third chapter is about the artistic features of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures, including the subject types, the posting positions, the composition patterns, the color analysis and the graphic elements of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures; the fourth chapter is about the social functions of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures, including the economic functions, educational functions, inheritance functions, practical functions and communication functions of Yangjiabu woodcut] New Year pictures; the fifth chapter is about the inheritance suggestions of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures, including sorting out the remains of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures, introducing talents to inherit Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures, using museums to popularize the knowledge of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures, and teaching students to learn Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures. The purpose of writing this work is to inherit and carry forward Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures, so that more people can pay attention to the folk art form of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures, so as to promote the development of Yangjiabu woodcut New Year pictures to adapt to the trend of the times and continue to be inherited in the future.
The development of traditional Chinese medicine has a long history and a widespread trend. With the development of society, there is an indelible progress in the field of traditional Chinese medicine. With the emergence of Chinese medicine experts in China, it shows that there are successors and academic heritage of traditional Chinese medicine, so that traditional Chinese medicine can continue to develop.
Chinese medicine is a natural science and the essence of national treasure. TCM can provide substantive conditioning for the viscera of the body, and pulse diagnosis can judge the prognosis of the disease by standard. It is valuable to diagnose the disease as an instrument. The idea of benevolence of doctors is what every Chinese medicine doctor must do. We Chinese medicine talents can't become famous doctors of traditional Chinese medicine only by studying diagnosis, prescriptions and drug properties. TCM itself has a set of theories. The theory of Nei Jing is the theoretical knowledge laid down. Pharmacy finds its source in Shennong Baicao Jing. The clinical practice of TCM can be started from Bian Que in the Warring States period, especially his excellent observation and high level of pulse diagnosis, which can not be compared with our generation of TCM.
Traditional Chinese medicine is broad and profound, which needs long-term discussion and study. The treatment of traditional Chinese medicine should be based on the unity of man and nature, and the process of nature. A good traditional Chinese medicine doctor has known what disease a patient has by looking, smelling and inquiring,even when you don't feel the problems.
杜兆俊，出生于 (1978- )，江苏淮安人，父亲杜夕才是当地名医，他从小就目睹父亲给人看病的情景，深受感动。发奋长大行医，后来便有了行医生涯的杜兆俊。1995 年刚进入夏天的 7 月光阴，父亲便把我带进当村的村卫生室去行医，而当时在村卫生室行医的一名老中医一起学习中医，以及西医方面知识。当时的卫生室简陋，当时记得只有少量的中药和西药，不过病人还蛮不少的，只是村人口稀少，只有 1 千多人，就从那天我便走上行医的生涯。当我每次想起刚行医的那段生涯，想到每天与病人在一起的汗水和劳累，想起那时的生活非常简便和清苦。每天工作到晚上 7 点，才能有时间回家，另外，还要经常去出诊，有时还要带中药去病人家里，给人治病。
有一次，门诊来了一位病人，是急性阑尾炎的患者，年龄 10 岁左右，给他开了一些中药和西药挂水的药，记得当时病人年龄小，表情非常痛苦，经过一段时间的中医调理，才有了好转，病人一直在我们村卫生室看病，那时给她保守治疗，一个星期左右，病人恢复健康了，这表明中医有着独特的疗法，这是事实的案例。
Brief Introduction of the Book
This book generally includes five chapters. Chapter one introduces the purposes of carrying out a study with flipped classroom approach in a listening course under Chinese context. Chapter two provides some theoretical backgrounds for the present study and reviews some previous studies that have been conducted in related areas, such as studies about vocabulary teaching and learning, listening teaching, blended learning and flipped classroom approach. Chapter three introduces the methodology applied in the study including participants, research procedures, research materials applied, data collection methods and data analysis. Chapter four mainly presents the results and discussion related to the study, including quantitative and qualitative data. Chapter five provides the summaries, limitations and pedagogical implementations of the application of the flipped classroom approach of the study.