220 is not a drama.
Mine is generally arund 205...
do you have any other cardiovascular risk factors? And how is the "good" cholesterol HDL? High or low?
Yours is generic while mine is not
I don't have other risk factor and I will find out when I see my doctor next week about my HDL.
Do you think this decline in knowledge of the Chinese characters is something that is irreversible? I can hardly imagine you are the only one that is bothered by this ignorance. And that is a very sad example you gave there
It will be difficult. Right now, Only Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan still use the traditional Chinese. Everywhere else, the simplified one is ghe official Chinese language. Even in HK and Macau, both fonts are used in most public places.
The Cultural Revolution in the 60s made a huge damage to generations to come. Scholars and teachers were frown upon, subject to public criticism and humiliation. Young and knowledgeable ones, instead of learning, were sent away from home to remote area doing hard labor. The country lost a few generations in education and learning which is very hard to recover.
But OTH, even the Chinese in HK, who did not suffered from Cultural Revolution, although the colonial education is not much better, are pretty bad in the language art department. My cousin's son, who migrated to Canada in his early teens, returned to HK to work after he finished University, said the Chinese level of his coworkers are much worse than his. So his elementary level Chinese is better than those who finished University in HK.
And I forgot to give you a
with those cholesterol results.