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You are right, technology makes human strong. But grasping technology requires hard work, while working too hard doesn't promote human health, as I have said above. If human has evolved to be adapted to being strong, working hard should be good for human health.
People all over the world know one feature of Chinese people: As long as anything exists one positive aspect, Chinese people will be totally blind to all the negative aspects. I think this is the most correct description of Chinese people's property. Chinese people are very "lack of lash".
The quotes in The Analects, which superficially sound like what great masters' say, are essentially chicken soup for the soul. Influenced by Chinese traditional culture, Chinese people are teached to view things positively from very young, evading to face any negative thing. Such most idiotic words like "How good!" are said and written in compositions by Chinese students many times every day without being felt to be idiotic, and teachers read these idiotic words without feeling idiotic. That's a clear proof of Chinese people being stupid.
Viewing Chinese teachers, professors and other teaching workers, one phenomenon is very clear: When they scold, their speech are usually intermittently blocked; when they praise, their speech are f*ckingly fluent.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!