FOUR DEFEATS, FIVE EXERCISES China is a pile of mess. Who caused it? Mao Zedong. China used to be a living hell on earth. Who saved it? Mao Zedong. What kind of person would think of using a pile of mess to replace a living hell on earth? No one would be able to understand him, unless he is also a crazy person. Let me give it a try. I have been racing against a supercomputer for 30 years. Once broke the US sanctions to save Taiwan's technology. Then again broke the US sanctions against China to help China stop copying America and surpass America to build the world's fastest computer. Later, gave up science and went to train in pingpong aiming at playing in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics at the age of 77. I wrote several books on why and how Asia could put America back in its place on October 1, 2020. Is it crazy enough? So let me try to understand the super crazy person here, see what kind of snake oil he is selling in the gourd? In fact, I have been a faithful follower of Mao Zedong in recent years. I can't believe that someone was crazier than me. However, most crazy persons, like me, are selfish, but he offered his life for his country. Mao Zedong was a great man among the great men. I vowed to find out how great he was. Really great men in the world, such as Qin Shihuang, Laozi and Confucius, often started careers as low life bums or evil tyrants, as their greatness is to be for the long-lasting future. They are just paving the way for future generations to put the world on a path of hope. So we have to discover the road that Mao Zedong paved for us, and the bright future that he had reserved for us. Why was Mao Zedong not like the ordinary Chinese, not hostile to Japan, even during the "War of Resistance" against Japan? He even reprimanded General Peng Dehuai for his frontal assault on the Japanese army, claiming "that is Chiang Kai-shek's private war?" Later, he gave favorable treatments to the captive Japanese soldiers, letting them help improve the artillery weapons Mao received from the surrendering Japanese and teach his peasant troop to fly planes in order to dominate the sky in the Korea War. Then later when the Japanese Prime Minister visited China to offer their apology to China, Mao, instead, told them that China should thank them. Finally, at the time of his death, Mao used his final ounce of strength to knock on wood three times to indicate his strong concern in the ongoing Japanese Prime Minister, Miki's, or "three wood", election? Mao Zedong wanted to save not just China but also Asia. The wish he expressed to us was that Asia must be united. The alliance of China, Japan and Korea is the only hope for world peace. Mao Zedong did not like the Four Books and Five Classics which collectively represented China core culture, but liked to play hookies, become a beggar, and carry on guerrilla warfare. He eventually used the Cultural Revolution to purge many learned scholars, especially those having been brained by the West. But for Confucius scholars, Mao could only say: "China cannot sacrifice the big for the small." The small is the ancient culture of China, and the big is the demise China is facing. So Mao saved the "big" China, and we have to save the "smal" culture. That is, wait after we save Asia first. So Mao's second directive to us is culture revival. Mao Zedong is famous for loving Africa. He also defended injustice to his Muslim brothers and had a soft spot for pro-China countries in Eastern Europe. Of course, for China's own Asian brothers, North Korea and Vietnam, he was willing to risk China's own life to fight America. He believed: All under heaven is a family. This is my personal understanding of Mao Zedong. So I had to personally write a box of books to explain my views. Of course, a crazy person will certainly go to distance to help fellow crazies to fulfill their desires that have not yet been completed. I just wrote nine books, so I thought of the "four books and five classics" that Mao Zedong and Qin Shihuang both hated. Nevertheless, personally I do think that the "Four Books and Five Classics" is the culture of China and Asia. But their static tendency is where my predecessor crazies, Qin Shihuang and Mao Zedong, were displeased with. In order to preserve their influence on social stability, we should strive to preserve them, but we should also add to their shortcomings in dealing with the modern society. That is to add some dynamic stuff. Therefore, I will name my book collection as "Four Defeats Five Exercises" . That "Four Defeats" is written about history. The defeats are: Opium War, Taiping Christian Rebellion, Sun Yat-sen and Chiang Kai-shek's betray of Asia and Japan's surrender. The "Four Books and Five Classics" only taught us how to cry, but this "Four Defeats" demand vengeance. The "Five Exercises" is written about how to exercise our brains and bodies to restore in each of us, the cultural and kungfu skills passed down by our ancestors. The "Four Books and Five Classics" definitely have his own merits. It is only that, in this 21st century, it needs to be improved. No wonder they did not leave a good impression with Mao Zedong. Probably not crazy enough? The "Five Exercises" is therefore being written about the novel and innovative ROBACUS and Pongfu, plus some "Taichi Tennis", "Sky Yoga"and "Pulse Dance". I am sure they could get Mao sufficiently confused to not complain. They are all coming from superhigh-tech background, as well as China's national sport, pingpong, and Asia's very own sport tradition, kungfu. Westerners may never learn what the "Four Books and Five Classics" are all about, not to mention forcing them to give up their useful barbarism. But the "Four Defeats" were caused by them. And the "Five Exercises" are derivatives of the high-tech and violence they worship so much that they may eventually be swayed to accept. We shouldn't easily give up on Chairman Mao's "One family under heaven" concept. The following four books describe the Asia's defeats and the subsequent clean-ups strategy: 1. Give Back Our History 2. Give Back Our Peace 3. Give Back Our Culture 4. An Asia Without America The five books on the "Five Exercises" describe how we can maintain the fitness of our brains and bodies, as well as increase the fun and challenges of modern life. They are: 1. CULTURE'S EXTENSION -- ROBACUS 2. MODERN DAY KUNGFU -- PONGFU 3. ROBACUS USER MANUAL 4. PONGFU'S STROKES AND APPLICATION 5. A FULLY AUTOMATED ERA OF ROBACUS AND PONGFU In the fifth and last book, we will introduce, in the coming automation society, besides of ROBACUS and Pongfu we should also have some innovative fitness programs, such as Taichi Tennis , Sky Yoga and Pulse Dance. The Four Books and Five Classics will teach us to be humans. The Four Defeats Five Exercises can prepare each of us to adapt and enjoy the achievements of high tech and automation, rather than being excluded and eliminated.