He completed the Nobel Prize masterpiece in a small temple in Xishan, Beijing

  There is a Frenchman who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in the 1960s, and his works are related to Xishan in Beijing. The man named Alexis Saint-Léger-Léger, pen name Saint-Jean-Pace, was a French poet and diplomat. In 1916, Saint-Jean Pace was sent to China as the third secretary of the French Legation. In the following five years, he traveled extensively, covering the forest, sea, snow, and desert Gobi, and wrote and completed the long poem “Anabas” (Chinese translation “Expedition”) in a small temple in Xishan, Beijing. In 1960, St. Joan Pace won the Nobel Prize for Literature “for his superb flying and abundant imagination, expressing a kind of imaginative meditation on the present age” (the Swedish Academy of Sciences award speech) .
  In 1920, Saint-Jean Pace, who was working at the French Embassy in Beijing, traveled far. He started from the capital, passed Juyongguan to Zhangjiakou, and reached Kulun (now Ulaanbaatar), crossed the Gobi Desert, and explored the ancient Silk Road. Along with him were two of his French friends, one is Pei Xiye, a doctor at the French embassy and director of the French Hospital in Dongjiaominxiang, and the other is Gustave Charles Toussaint, who studies Mongolian and Tibetan issues. This long-distance journey was something he had planned for a long time, and along the way, it was indeed fruitful.
  The vast Mongolian grasslands and the rough and unrestrained character of the people on horseback left a deep impression on St. Jean Pace. Each culture has its own characteristics, and so does the grassland culture. Different from the farming culture, the grassland culture of the nomads is unrestrained and enthusiastic. The unique primitive sacrifices, colorful folk songs and dances and folk customs make the nomadic culture a mysterious color in the eyes of outsiders. They graze cattle and sheep and brew milk wine on the grasslands of heaven and earth. The melodious and melodious sound of matouqin pines their infinite affection for the grasslands. In a place far away from the red dust, they enjoy the gifts of nature.
  Not long after returning to Beijing from afar, St. Joan Pace moved into the Xishan Taoyuan Temple arranged for him by his friend Bei Xiye, and began the creation of the long poem “The Expedition”. In this long poem, the vast expanse of grasslands and the mysterious desert become a seductive image, and for this reason, St. Joan Pace’s heart is stirred with a complex emotion of infinite awe and desire to conquer. He took that expedition as an expedition, vividly depicting the hardships of the expedition, the joy of arriving at the destination, and the urgency of embarking on a new journey. Later, in response to a reader’s question about The Expedition, St. Joan Pace said that it was an abstract crusade that transcended history and geography, rather, an inner and spiritual crusade. It is through the depiction of this abstract expedition that he expresses his cognition and belief in the world.

   Today, many people choose to be vegetarian for their health, but it is so easy to cause certain nutrient deficiencies in the long term, such as vitamin B12. “Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition” magazine published a new study in Brazil suggests that vegans should regularly eat mushrooms and algae food, beneficial vitamin B12 supplement.
   Dr. Luciana Yuki Tomita, an expert in the Department of Preventive Medicine at the Federal University of Sao Paulo in Brazil, and her research team found that each piece of seaweed contains 1.03 to 2.68 micrograms of vitamin B12, and a 20-gram serving of shiitake mushrooms contains as much as 0.79 to 0.79 micrograms of vitamin B12. 1.12 micrograms.
   Dr. Tomita said that vitamin B12 has many health benefits, especially affecting hematopoietic function and neurological function. Insufficient intake of this nutrient will lead to lack of energy, indifference, depression, forgetfulness, physical numbness, confusion in spatial positioning, neuroticism, eccentric temper, paranoia, etc., as well as various cognitive dysfunctions, and even increase the risk of Alzheimer’s. The food sources of vitamin B12 are mainly animal foods such as various meat, animal offal, fish, shellfish and eggs. Vegans should eat more fungi and algae to supplement the daily requirement of vitamin B12 (2.4 micrograms/day).

   Born in a noble family, Patton has been trained in excellent riding skills since he was a child. He graduated from West Point Military Academy at the age of 24 and joined the cavalry unit of the First Army of the US Army with the rank of second lieutenant. At the time, he was transferred to the adjutant of General John Joseph Pershing, a special general of the United States Army, and followed him to Europe. On November 9, 1917, Colonel Patton, who was two days away from his 32nd birthday, became the top commander of the first American tank force. Except for the twenty tanks sponsored by the French army, Patton had the rest.
   Patton was a novice who had just learned to drive a tank, and the newly recruited soldiers knew almost nothing about tanks. Patton had to combine the duties of tanker, trainer and commander. Although it was difficult and stressful, However, Patton is very clear that since he has accepted the task, he has no choice. For the country, for others and for himself, no matter from which point of view, he can only move forward, not backward, so he put out a slogan: “A cup of sweat, It will be exchanged for a bucket of blood!” Let the officers and soldiers shout it as a slogan every day, and educate everyone to truly understand that only by training hard in peacetime can we reduce casualties on the battlefield.
   In fact, the small space in the tank and the sultry environment are not suitable for the tall Button. In order to motivate the soldiers, Patton personally drove the tank to take the lead in training, and each time he shed more than a cup of sweat. Patton’s personal experience enabled a well-trained tank army with a total of six companies to be quickly built in less than half a year. General Pershing almost cried when he saw this. Patton led the tank troops in the battle against Germany, and his reputation spread to all directions.