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26.06.2013

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Happy birthday to us: Incredible but true: Interesting Thing of the Day is 10 years old! In Chinese, it’s called ch’i (or qi). In Japanese, it’s ki. Variously translated using terms like “vital force” and “internal energy,” it is the name for a type of invisible power that circulates through the human body. It can be stimulated through acupuncture or ch’i kung (qi... Source: itotd.com

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