勇对冠状 喜迎奥运 快乐亚洲,冠状奥运 美国将从这场所谓的病毒战中拿到的最大奖杯可能是 取消东京奥运会。 在2008年北京奥运会上，美国在世界各地组织了抗奥 集会。我个人遇到过几次美国的破坏活动。 在我自己的加州大学伯克利分校的学校里，在一个介 绍北京奥运会的会议中，一位主旨发言者在她本来内 容丰富的演讲中，总结道："当尘埃落定之后，1949年 的鬼魂将回来！"。 1949年是中国从被有殖民中解放 出来的一年。 中国领事馆的客人正是坐在听众当中。因此，这种不 适当的言语是故意抛出来的。 我一直在等中国方面的回应，但什么都没有。因此我 只好举手以防止他们就这样休会。然后我才有机会说 出我的不平："你确定那不是1839年的鬼魂吗？"。 1939是中国的鸦片战争爆发的一年，给中国带来了一 个世纪的鸦片大浩劫，但这件事至今仍被大多数人所 忽视。 后来，当我去旧金山的中国领事馆，为了申请前往中 国的签证时，我看到一大群中国人举行了大规模的抗 议集会，而在他们背后，国那六车道街的对面，几位 酷视中央情报局的人，挥舞着大旗，为他们鼓舞加油。 我自然要去问个明白："你们是中国人吗？"。他们花了 整整十秒钟的时间才回答："我们是藏人。" 然后我问 他们为什么在这里抗议自己的祖国？ 他们告诉我，他们不喜欢中国一直在努力将西藏现代 化。原来他们是我的同志，像我一样，也偏爱中国古 老的封建制度。因此，我们很快成为朋友。他们还提 供一些矿泉水，使我和许多其他签证申请者都感激不 尽，虽然很多我方的人仍在与藏族抗议者进行激烈辩 论。 为什么不能吵吵好好？我们都是中国人！ 在我们一起维护东京奥运会中，我们只要记住：我们 都是亚洲人。 为让日本格外对美国的防备，我想再描述一个有关美 国如何抵制外国人参加2008年北京奥运会的"内幕故 事"。据许多当地酒店运营商称，他们的业务在奥运期 间，是极度下降的而不是上升，非常不如预期的那样。 我们在电视上看到在场的大批观众，主要是中央政府 不得不从偏远地区运过来的学生和士兵。 所以现在我们该怎么办？如西方不能一起来，我们亚 洲自己干！ 整个亚洲应该团结起来，使东京奥运会顺利进行。日 本，韩国和中国应立即建立一个"冠状小组"，特别是用 来保证奥运会所有参加者的健康。 日本应该特意在武汉进行火炬传递，并由尽可能多的 摄影人员陪同。 从现在开始，日本，中国和韩国应该形成一个言行一 致的共同体，特别是在容纳我们贵宾的冠状病毒方面。 我的大哥是个日本和中国双重专家，我是软件自动化 的先驱和乒乓球老年组冠军，我们将前往日本暂时定 居，来帮忙协调这项目和解决任何可能发生的问题。 让我最后在此，留下一个创新的建议，来加倍保证我 们奥运会的顺利开幕，这项创新的有效实施，将标志 着我们项目的成败。 这是一个为冠状病毒的开放隔离设施。其功能是允许 团队中的旅行官员，例如我哥和我，因此可有效地进 行和当地有关单位的互动。 从实质上来讲，它只是个玻璃隔分的酒店房间，以便 那些被隔离检疫的访客仍可有效的和外人互动。节省 了那14天的隔离时间，将消除我们团队成员对全球旅 行中的最不利障碍。 HAPPY ASIA'S CORONA OLYMPIC The biggest trophy America will be getting out of this alleged virus warfare could be the cancelling of the Tokyo Olympics. In the 2008 Beijing Olympics, America organized protest rallies all round the world. I personally encountered a few such incidents of saboteur. In my own school, University of California, Berkeley, one keynote speaker at an introductory conference to promote the Beijing Olympics concluded in her otherwise informative speech with a remark:" When the dust finally settles, the ghost of 1949 will come back!"。 1949 was the year China was liberated from all colonization. The Chinese Consulate people were guests at the meeting and sitting among the audiences. So, this out-of-place snap was intentional. I was waiting for the Chinese to respond. When there was none, I raised my hand to prevent the presentation from being adjourned before I had a chance to speak my peace:" Are you sure it's not the ghost of 1839?" That's the year the Opium War started in China, bringing to China a century of Opium Holocaust, which to this day has been largely ignored by most people. Then, later on, when I went to the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco, to get a visa to China, I saw a huge protest rally by a large group of Chinese, while across from the 6-lane street in the background, many CIA types were waving truck-size flags to cheer them on. I naturally confronted the protest and asked:" Are you guys Chinese?" It took them a good 10 seconds to reply:" We are Tibetans." Then I asked them why they protest here against their own country, China？ They told me that they didn't like the way China has been trying to modernize Tibet. Well, that made us comrades, as I, for one, also preferred the old feudal way of China. So, we quickly become friends. And they were hospital enough to serve me some mineral water, that I gratefully accepted, along with many other visa appliers, who were still in a hot debate against the Tibetan protesters. Why not? We are all Chinese! In the coming Tokyo Olympics, all we need to remember is that: We are all Asians. And as a fair warning to the Japanese, I would like to describe the "inside story" about how America boycotted the foreign attendance to the Olympic at Beijing in 2008. According to many local hotel operators, their businesses were way down, instead of up, as expected. The large spectator attendance we saw on TV were mostly consisted of students and soldier the central government had to bus in from remote regions. Now, what should we do? The whole Asia should come together to make the Tokyo Olympics a success. Japan, Korea and China should immediately establish a "Corona Team" especially for maintaining the health of all the attendees of the Olympics. Japan should do the torch routing right through Wuhan, to be accompanied by the largest possible camera crew. Starting from this point on, Japan, China and the Koreas should act as one, particularly in a joint effort to accommodate our honored guest of the coronavirus. My brother, Bob, a dual Japan and China expert, and I, a software automation pioneer and senior pingpong champion, will travel to Japan to help coordinate and troubleshoot this project. Let me leave this rallying cry to salvage our Olympics with an innovation whose effective implementation could spell the success or failure of our project. This is an open quarantine facilitation. Its function is to allow productive interaction among the travelling officials in our team, such as my brother and me. Physically, it simply consists of hotel rooms subdivided by glass partitions to isolate those guests who are put in quarantines from their visitors, but still facilitate their productive interactions. The saving of the 14 days of quarantine will remove the detrimental obstacles to global travels by the members of our team.