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Zhang Zhenhuan Zhang headed, with Qian Xuesen as honorary Chairman, the China Somatic Science Society (CSSS), a national association founded in 1987 with the aim to federate the community of researchers working on 'somatic science', i.e. Extraordinary Powers. Around half of the 245 members were professional scientists. At the first meeting of the Society's board of directors Zhang stressed that the Society's establishment was a victory against the adversaries of Extraordinary Powers research:
Zhang Zhenhuan On 18 September 1986 he organised a public demonstration of the abilities of "qigong" Grandmaster Zhang Baosheng for the political and media elite of Guangdong province. Standing next to the Party Secretary and the Chairman of the municipal Congress of People's Representatives, Zhang Baosheng made chocolate sweets vanish in front of hundreds of officials and journalists, guessed the serial number of a 5-yuan bill, and removed pills from a closed bottle.
Zhang Zhenhuan Zhang Zhenhuan (; 1915–1994) was a general and political leader in the People's Republic of China. In his retirement, he was the founder and director of the China Qigong Science Research Society (CQRS), and was a notable proponent and defender of "qigong" during the 1980s and early 1990s.
Zhang Zhenhuan Zhang Zhenhuan was one of the four "political pillars" of the qigong sector in China during the 1980s and 1990s. Others included Qian Xuesen, Wu Shaozu, Lv Bingkui—China's most influential figures in science, sports and Chinese medicine respectively. The fate of qigong in China was intimately linked to that of these four individuals.
Zhang Zhenhuan Since the Sichuan Daily published the story on 'reading with ears' on 11 March 1979, many technological workers from around the country have been engaged in research on the Extraordinary Powers of the human body. For eight years, until the foundation of our Society was authorised, [this research] was not easy.This official authorisation marks a new stage in research on the Extraordinary Powers of the human body. Our organisation has been authorised, but our research work is far from finished. The anchor point of science is practice; the quest of scientific workers is truth. True science has no fear, and no force can stop it. In the past, some people have used their power to criticise research on Extraordinary Powers as 'idealist pseudo-science'. Now that the State Commission for Science and Technology has authorised the establishment of our Somatic Science Research Society, it is not a victory of 'idealism', but it is a victory of true materialism and Marxism, it is a victory of science. In truth, our work is a struggle to defend dialectical materialism, which leads to the victory of the Marxist theory of knowledge, and symbolises the spirit of sacrifice of the quest for scientific truth. ... Qian Xuesen has said: this research will have an effect on the question of the scientific revolution; it can be compared to a second Renaissance;... it has strategic repercussions for the twenty-first century ...
Zhang Zhenhuan Zhang was from Beijing. In 1935, he was part of a protest of Japanese occupation, the "129 event". In 1938 he joined the Communist Party of China. He was a political leader and military officer during the Second Sino-Japanese War and the Chinese Civil War. Later he served as Director of the National Defense Science and Technology Commission of the People's Republic of China and earned the rank of general.
Zhang Zhenhuan In a speech, Zhang explained that the CQRS would be a "high-level national organisation," which would have the role of controlling "qigong"'s political direction.
Zhang Zhenhuan Zhang was also behind the popularity of Yan Xin, the most famous of the "qigong" Grandmasters. As the "qigong" sector's main political supporter, Zhang introduced Yan into the "qigong" community where he healed and gave lectures in several cities, collaborating with researchers at Qinghua University in an experiment on external qi, which received sensational media coverage.
Zhang Zhenhuan (actor) Zhang Zhenhuan () is a Chinese actor and MediaCorp artiste based in Singapore. Zhang has an official fan club called HHXK and is one of the 8 Dukes in Mediacorp.
Zhang Zhenhuan (actor) In 2008 Zhang was spotted after his runner-up finish in the MediaCorp Channel U talent show "U Are The One" and was signed by MediaCorp. He was nominated for the Best Newcomer Award at the Star Awards 2009. His breakthrough came in the 2009 anniversary drama "Together" and he won nominations for the best supporting actor at the Star Awards and Asian Television Awards in 2010. His career peaked when he picked up his first trophy, the Top 10 Most Popular Male Artistes at the Star Awards 20 and was also crowned as one of the 8 Dukes of Caldecott Hill. The following year, in 2015, he bagged both the Favourite Male Character and Favourite Onscreen Couple awards for his work in "World at Your Feet" at the Star Awards 2015.