Don't be afraid, this is something we Asians 
ourselves invented. And it is something that most 
Asians like. It may knock out some of the losers 
among us, but it can also make our ancient 
traditions no longer "outdated and corrupt" as 
they were smeared by the Western aggressors.  It 
is our "scholarship and kungfu duality" of the 
Most Asians like pingpong, and, at least, no one 
will look down on it. Although our kungfu is a bit 
lacking these days, martial arts novels and movies 
are still very popular. Even when we are not very 
good at English, we are still very comfortable with 
the computers and mobile phones that they have 
been written in English by the Westerners. If we 
could only enter the computer to help write some 
software, then it would be all the more wonderful.
The above is the essence of what we meant by 
possessing both the scholarship and kungfu duality 
skills. The the scholarship is ROBACUS. The kungfu 
is a ping-pong kungfu, or a pongfu. The good news 
is that they will be the new replacements of our 
jobs in the future. The bad news is that they will 
also be used to stratify humans preserving their 
persistence in life's challenges.
Is pongfu addictive?  Yes, if a person is strong-character 
enough to master the basic skills and put up with 
occasional humiliations of defeat.  This initial hurdle 
could be easily overcome by everyone if pongfu is made 
a mandatory curriculum in schools.  Anyway, how can a 
person quit a skill that makes him feel all others are 
moving in slow motion?
And now comes the big question: "Is pingpong more 
addictive than a job?"  In all my playing days, I have 
found that all my fellow players definitely put pingpong 
ahead of their jobs.  And on the average, the higher the 
position a person has in his job, the lower his pingpong 
skill.  I have seen many players given up good jobs or 
educational opportunities for jobs. Several even took 
sabbatical leaves from their jobs to devote themselves 
in pingpong. 
Another potential of pongfu is for it to become an 
industry on its own right.  Besides the manufacturing, 
the coaching and sparring-partnering business could be 
a win-win proposition for profit and fitness.  The 
escalating intensity the top two country, China and 
Japan, are investing in pingpong foretells pongfu's 
potential to be the number one industry by default in 
the coming era of automation.
One of the tough problems of equity is the distribution 
of wealth in a communistic automation society.  Ideally 
the share a person received from the fruits of 
automation should depend on the merit of his character.  
It so happens the design of pongfu is heavily focused on 
making it a measuring stick for merit of character.  The 
immense data collected over billlions hours of play, it's 
firmly established what it takes to be good in pingpong 
is a person's merit in his manifestation of character in 
both training and competition.
Pongfu, unlike its predecessor pingpong, is made 
gradable in classes.  The very ability of self-training on 
the playback board can be quantitatively establish, kind 
like genesis records.  For instance, how many nonstop 
repeats he could do determines accurately his skill level.  
Oops,I might just have replaced and displaced by the 
pinpong coaches with a superdumb motionless robot. 
But we have created a brand new sport that could get 
millions occupied, or, equivalently, employed.
Another thing is that there is hardly any sport in which 
the hierarchies of superiority "as humans" among 
players of different skills is so voluntarily adhered to as 
in pingpong.  Just watch how China and Japan defend 
their national honors in international pingpong 
Too many things to talk about。Let's give them a little 
time to happen first before we put them into this book. 
So to conclude, we shall just reiterate,  as a sample case, 
what such a dual scholarship and kungfu society would 
typically do. Furthermore, in our current situation, if 
this is not done, we might even never get the chance to 
engage in novel stuffs like pongfu and ROBACUS.
The US election has always been a mega-billion-dollar 
propaganda campaign. This is its most handy and 
monopolistic time for America to pave the way for a 
treacherous assault on some foreign rival nations for 
the next four years.
These rivals can only watch from the side and pray that 
the American people will rationally choose a president 
who would be good for all parties concerned. But in the 
last election, most people were greatly disappointed. It 
is only now that everyone is starting to figure out that 
America has fallen into an abyss of hostility, blaming all 
its own faults on other nations. Voters have become 
mobs. They wanted to choose a president that the rest 
of the world least wanted them to elect.
History has shown that the first term America chose 
such a president was to pave the way for something 
ominous. But if he is chosen again, it would either be a 
war, or some nations are going to be harassed bad.
What can we do?
It's high time that we must defend righteousness by 
raising the banner of peace and globalize America's 
presidential election in 2020.
We must put a bigger bet on peace than America on the 
election campaign gearing on hostilities and wars. It is 
also necessary to have the potential to make peace a 
chance that America can't stop.  It's a do-or-die time. Of 
course, there should also be something unexpected like 
in the Chinese historical episode, Goujian's Revenge.
Does mobism, hiding behind a mask of democracy, have 
not deceived us long enough? We must let this lynching 
mob see what true democracy is. It's all the people of 
the world coming together to vote!
Would that nullify the election?
Well, that might just be the result we most want, as 
that would put America in a situation that it would least 
able to make wars.