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The man who lived for more than 250 years
The Chinese man, Li Ching-Yuen, master of martial arts, tactical advisor to the Imperial army and herbalist, lived his life in the mountain ranges of China, gathering herbs and knowledge of longevity methods.

At the age of 130 Master Li encountered an older hermit in the mountains who taught him Baguazhang and a set of Qigong with breathing instructions, movements training coordinated with specific sounds, and dietary recommendations, which included the daily consumption of the goji berry, reishi, ginseng, he shou wu and gotu kola.

Da Liu reports that his master said that his longevity "is due to the fact that I performed the exercises every day - regularly, correctly, and with sincerity - for 120 years."

In 1927, Li Ching Yuen was invited by General Yang Sen to visit him in Wan Xian, Szechuan. The general was fascinated by his youthfulness, strength and prowess in spite of his advanced age. His famous portrait was photographed there. Returning home, he died a year later. Some say he died of natural causes, while others claim that he told friends that "I have done all I have to do in this world. I will now go home," before he died.

After Li's death, General Yang Sen investigated the truth about his claimed background and age. He wrote a report that was later published.

The article "Tortoise-Pigeon-Dog", from the May 15, 1933 issue of Time reports on his history, since it included Master Li Ching Yuen's answer to his secret of a long life:

• Keep a quiet heart
• Sit like a tortoise
• Walk sprightly like a pigeon
• Sleep like a dog

1.000,- $ Breakfast
Chef Frank Tujague of The Westin New York hotel created a special bagel “ that speaks to New York, and is also a reflection of my culinary passion for seasonality and fine ingredients," said Tujague in a statement.

The high cost are due to the toppings, which consist of white truffle, cream cheese and goji berry infused with Riesling jelly with golden leaves.

It was designed in part to help raise funds for the Les Amis d'Escoffier Scholarship which provides scholarships to students of the culinary arts.

Goji Berry as Aphrodisiac
The wise Chinese proverb says: don’t eat goji berry

In an old Chinese medicine book named "ShenNong's Herbal”, which was written about 2200 years ago: if you eat goji for long time, it is very good for your health, strengthens the legs and you will have a long life, you can resist cold and heat.

  "Compendium of Materia Medica" was written by Shizhen Li in the Ming Dynasty,about 430 years ago. It said, goji is good for the kidneys, liver, eye-sight, sexual function and fertility, to refresh yourself, improve circulation, and promote longevity.

  There is a poem about the goji berry named "xiao pu gou qi" written by Dongpo Su in the Song Dynasty, about 1000 years ago. It said, goji caudex, goji leaf and goji berry all can be eaten.

  Another poem named "gou qi jing" was written by Yuxi Liu in the Tang Dynasty about 1200 years ago. It said , goji has very good benefit for health and a delicious taste. It can promote longevity if you take one scoop of goji berries.