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Hallo, Master. I’m a member of the Supreme Master TV camera team in China. We have produced shows for Supreme Master TV for four to five years. During those years of filming, we’ve been through a lot of miraculous and interesting experiences. During the relief work of the earthquake, Supreme Master TV happened to ask us to film and interview a Tibetan Buddhist monk. At first, it was not even possible to interview even ordinary monks, but in the end, the rinpoche accepted our interview. After the interview, he said, “I know your TV channel, and I also know Your Master. You have done so many good things. So, I'm willing to have this interview. I am willing to do it.” He also sent his best regards to You. There is another story. We interviewed Ms. Jill Robinson, the Moon bear rescuer, from the Animals Asia Foundation. I think it’s a British animal foundation in Asia. She has made tremendous contributions to the welfare of Moon bears and other animals in China. Actually, when we met her, she had just gotten off a flight. She actually didn’t have much time for an interview, but as soon as she heard that we were from Supreme Master TV, she ran to us with great excitement. The interview was completed in 20 minutes. Originally, the interview was scheduled for the next day, but then she accepted the interview right on the spot and afterward she was really happy. She said she often watches Supreme Master Television and that it is one of her favorite channels. We also interviewed some breatharians, most of whom are renunciates, such as Master Jue Tong. She is a Buddhist nun. She has been a breatharian for about six years. She can communicate with the Quan Yin Bodhisattva inside. When we contacted her initially, she didn’t do interviews with the media. Later, she accepted our interview. She said she had already bought a train ticket, but the Quan Yin Bodhisattva told her inside that it was okay to do this interview. So she did it right away and cancelled the ticket. Four of us went to interview. She asked the inner Quan Yin Bodhisattva about us, and the Quan Yin Bodhisattva said, “These four people are extremely kind and they are spiritual practitioners.” When she first saw us, she was surprised, because it seemed we didn’t take refuge (in Buddha, Dharma (Teaching), and Sangha (Assembly)), nor were we studying Buddhism. She wondered how we could be spiritual practitioners. As the interview went along, she started to feel very comfortable. She was in a good mood during those few days.