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10 Uncommon and Outstanding Things About Winston Wu

The Most Atypical and Freethinking Asian You Will Probably Ever Meet

 

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"You're probably the most atypical Asian male I've ever met."

- Peter, an old Scottish traveler who's been to nearly 100 countries

 

?Despite all the flak you get you are certainly an interesting character and probably the most famous (or infamous) self-made asian on the internet? ? Rob, USA

 

Most people do not think outside the box. Those that do tend to be White males. Sometimes they are White females or Black. But it is an extreme rarity to find an Asian who can think independently outside the box, so rare in fact that most never even meet one. Winston Wu is one such rarity and anomaly.

 

Generally, at least 99 percent of Asians are narrow-minded conformists and followers who are submissive to authority, devoid of independent thought, highly materialistic and limited to understanding only practical concepts. They believe whatever everyone else does, and whatever they are told by society/authority. They follow the pack, don?t think for themselves, thrive in safe routines, and live only to make a living and raise a family. This is an obvious and accurate but politically incorrect assessment of Asians in general that few dare make.

 

However, anyone who meets Winston Wu will experience an Asian of a different breed and dimension. Wu is a Taiwanese American eclectic, writer, intellectual, traveler, romancer, freethinker, freespirit, philosopher, critical thinker, truth seeker, and leader of several movements. Unlike most Asians purely focused on the practical, he is interested in intellectual, social and existential matters. And unlike narrow Asian conformists, he is a master in critical thinking and debunking BS, as he sees through propaganda and brainwashing.

 

Wu emerged from an oppressive and hellish childhood to a liberated and transcendent state of mind full of insight and free of mass control. As such, he serves as an inspiration and guidance to others. Some consider him a hero and inspiration while others see him as a dysfunctional loser. Either way, there is no denying that he is one of the most freethinking, unique and one-of-a-kind Asians in the world.

 

Now you may have heard the phrase, ?You are unique, just like everyone else?, which basically means that there are no two people exactly alike in every way ? no two people?s DNA or fingerprints are identical.? But that?s NOT the kind of uniqueness we are talking about here. We are talking about unique accomplishments and attributes that very few in the world can lay claim to, Asian or non-Asian.

 

Below is a description of Wu?s uncommon accomplishments and attributes that very few can lay claim to. Other Asians may have fancy cars, houses and prestigious careers to show off. But Wu has these unique attributes that are unmatched. You will never find another Asian who possesses all ten of these. Thus Winston Wu could very well be the most Unique and Freethinking Asian you will ever meet!? First, here is a summary of them.

 

1)      All his views, thoughts and writings are "outside the box", insightful and intellectual. He is an expert in debunking propaganda, lies and brainwashing, evidenced by his writings.

2)      In the areas of Travel and Culture, he is above the crowd.? He has been to 12 countries and speaks 4 languages.

3)      With his talent in strategy and logic, and an above average IQ, he can beat computers in Chess and Scrabble up to high levels.

4)      Experienced travelers who have been to 100 countries and others have called him ?the most atypical Asian male I?ve ever met?.

5)      His fans have called him a "Hero, Inspiration and Legend". Very few are called such things.

6)      He has started two websites and movements that are the first of their kind ? Happier Abroad, the largest Global Dating and Living Website and Movement, and SCEPCOP, the first Coalition against Organized PseudoSkepticism. He has written books for those two movements that are also the first of their kind and widely acclaimed by many readers, fans and professionals.

7)      He has written masterpiece books and great works of logic debunking the major arguments of Organized PseudoSkepticism and Christian Apologists. They have received endorsements and praises by prominent published figures. Some have hailed his work as ?the BEST? of its kind.

8)      He has been interviewed on radio shows and featured in magazines for his noteworthy works.

9)      He has dated many beautiful women outside of his league (by American standards) by going ?beyond the matrix? and utilizing his charming personality.

10)  Due to the success of his websites and movements, he is one of the few able to make a living off of self-employment from online residual passive income, which many dream of doing but few are able to do.

 

These claims are evidenced, verified and validated with examples, links and quotes below:

 

1)      All his views, thoughts and writings are "outside the box", insightful and intellectual. He is an expert in debunking propaganda, lies and brainwashing, evidenced by his writings.

 

Most people who think outside the box tend to be White Males, not Asian. So in that sense, Wu is a true rarity. He has a truly independent mind that resists brainwashing, indoctrination and mind control, allowing him to think outside the box. He thinks on his own and sees things for what they are, not in accordance with what he is programmed to. Possessing a highly critical mind, he is a master at debunking lies and propaganda, and at exposing contradictions. And being more open minded and objective than most, he also sees a broader picture.? All this is evidenced by his writings and the material on his websites (mentioned below) as well as the praises and reviews they?ve received. He also lives "outside the box" too, as evidenced by his websites.

 

Possessing natural deep insight, he is able to connect dots that strong left-brained types don?t see. He places truth above all else, even when it's unpopular, and is not afraid to disseminate forbidden truths, as long as it helps others (as evidenced by his HappierAbroad.com website).?

 

All this is in stark contrast to the typical Asian who is very conformist, purely practical, and follows whatever he is programmed. In addition, Wu focuses on intellectual, philosophical and spiritual matters, whereas most Asians only see practical matters.

 

Now, everyone knows someone who thinks ?outside the box? of course. But how many Asians do you know who think deeply ?outside the box? in so many areas and on so many subjects and who are free of the ?programming? of society?

 

Also, even as an Asian himself, Wu openly admits that most Asians in general (not including himself of course) are narrow, conformist, incapable of thinking independently and purely practical.? See his article about that here http://www.happierabroad.com/Asian_Mentality.htm and his list of traits vs. that of typical East Asians and Orientals here http://www.happierabroad.com/Winston_vs_Asians.pdf

 

Now, I dare you to find ANY other Asian who would dare assess that about his own ethnicity.? I?ll bet you can?t.

 

2) In the areas of Travel and Culture, he is above the crowd.? He has been to 12 countries and speaks 4 languages.

 

Winston has been in 12 countries:? America, Canada, Taiwan, Japan, Russia, Ukraine, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Mexico and The Philippines.? On the other hand, most people in the world have not been outside their country.? He even spent a year in Russia traveling to many cities alone, something a typical insecure American or Asian who lives in fear from watching the news everyday would not dare do.? He also speaks four languages - English, Taiwanese, Chinese and Russian.? Although it is common for foreigners to be multi-lingual, most Americans speak only one - their own.? Thus, Wu is above the fold in these areas.

 

3)      With his talent in strategy and logic, and an above average IQ, he can beat computers in Chess and Scrabble up to high levels.

 

Possessing a natural aptitude in strategy, logic, and an above average IQ (approx 120), Wu is brilliant in debate and logical arguments, as well as board games.? He can beat computers in Chess and Scrabble up to high levels, which most people cannot. In Chess, he can beat the computer up to level 4 or 5, whereas most people cannot even beat level 1.

 

Even most nerdy Asians who get straight ?A?s? in school can?t do that. In fact, Winston had an Indian friend in high school named Kumaran Vajay Kumar who had an IQ of 150, got A?s on exams without even studying, and possessed encyclopedic knowledge on every subject. However, when they played chess, Winston steamrolled him, winning easily with hardly no pieces captured!

 

In Scrabble, he can beat the computer consistently at the Intermediate level and occasionally at the advanced level.? Now it takes a miracle to beat the computer at Scrabble at advanced level even once, since the computer has a perfect memory of every word in the official Scrabble Dictionary, and if it is trying to play it?s best, then it is virtually unbeatable. But if your game is at top level, with a little luck you can occasionally win, since luck is one of the variables. Wu?s dunnit!

 

Also, in his grand treatises (mentioned below), he is able to debunk his opponents point by point in subjects he is knowledgeable in, never having to dodge tough questions like his opponents end up doing.

 

Furthermore, he has a strong interest in philosophical, esoteric and spiritual matters, while most people are glued to pop culture, sports and materialistic matters. He is very well read in metaphysics and Parapsychology, and has trained in Kung Fu, Karate and Tae Kwon Do.

 

4) Experienced travelers who have been to 100 countries and others have called him ?the most atypical Asian male I?ve ever met?.

 

Seasoned travelers, friends and fans have attested to his uniqueness and freethinking ability compared to other Asians. Here are examples from their own words: (quotes sourced and linked where possible)

 

"You're probably the most atypical Asian male I've ever met." ? Peter, an old Scottish traveler Winston met in Estonia who's been to nearly 100 countries

 

?I would say that yes, I have not seen even one Asian person like yourself. There are rebellious types and these are often women, and they rebel by joining the American mainstream. Same with Asian guys who start acting ?American?. But for an Asian to rebel not only against Asia but against America because it is TOO repressed for your taste, that is really taking the cake. To most Asians America is synonymous with a loud free place where you can shed your inhibitions.? ? Ladislav, Chief Advisor of HappierAbroad.com and Author of Expatriate Insights, who speaks 10 languages and been to 30 countries, residing long-term in 9 of them

 

?As far as you being a banana - a white man trapped in an Asian body - I would like to qualify that you are not an American white man inside an Asian body but a European Existentialist - a Frenchman, Italian or Spaniard trapped in an Asian body. You are certainly not a modern Anglo-Saxon trapped in it.? ? Ladislav

 

?Despite all the flak you get you are certainly an interesting character and probably the most famous (or infamous) self-made Asian on the internet? ? Rob, USA, Fan Mail

 

"Most Asians don't think for themselves. They simply follow the pack. You are one of the exceptions." ? Jean, Colorado, Fan Mail

 

?Winston, you are a White man trapped in an Asian man's body. All the characteristics I associate with Asian men seem to be the opposite of you. You do not do what society tells you to do. You do not work hard just for the sake of working hard. You find White women attractive.? ? Jean, Colorado, Fan Mail

 

?I enjoy your writing and you are one of the most inspiring dudes around. Main thing is you don't give a shit what other people (especially white) say about you - highly unusual, unfortunately, for any race of people, Chinese especially. So your stuff is absolutely awesome.? ? John, USA, Fan Mail

 

?What I also love about this ebook is Winston's philosophical view of the world. I have never in my life seen an Asian guy with such a brilliant, philosophical mind. There have been times when I thought I was crazy thinking the way I was thinking, especially as it pertains to America and its awful, non-inclusive culture. However, after reading Winston's words, I totally feel relieved and vindicated, knowing full and well it's society that is crazy, not me!? ? Steve Hoca, Amazon.com Review of Happier Abroad Ebook

 

?I've met a few Asians that are open minded, but you're probably the most, so I can see why you feel that way...? ? Jason Valenti of SasquatchResearch.net

 

?It?s true I have not met any Asians as freethinking as you, but I assume they exist somewhere.? ? Larry Elterman, Expat Author of A Man?s Guide to Life and Love in the Philippines


"Winston, you are very likely the most courageously honest person I've met online, if not in my entire life."

? TheLogicJunkie, a popular YouTube personality and Author of Thou Shalt Not Think

 

??Hey, you?re pretty cool, very open minded, not like other Asians who are so serious and know exactly what they want. Let?s exchange numbers.? ? A punk guy Winston met at the waterfront in Bellingham, WA??????????????????????

?Apparently the only people who were given the ability to think for themselves are those with negative bloodtypes. Want confirmation? Take a look at far-east Asia. 99.99% RH positive blood. Who is their most promising free thinker? Winston Wu. Enough said. What do they value? Work. Work till you drop bitch! Impress your neighbors.? ? Odbo, Forum

 

"You're very inquisitive (very curious, true seeker of knowledge), very intelligent, very different and unique. You're definitely a very special person unlike all the drones around us." ? Ssjparris, Forum Private Message

 

"Winston is a very dynamic individual, what most would call a genius. He's started a movement, and only genius types can do such a thing." ? Boycottamericanwomen, Forum

 

?Winston is the only guy who could create such an impressive website (and many more too). Administering and maintaining multiple websites of such gigantic sizes is something that no ordinary person could do. I am thoroughly impressed.? ? Falcon, Forum

 

?Think about how many people sent Winston emotional thank you letters when they discovered his site. Why did they do this? Because his articles presented opinions which were suppressed. Millions of people had them, but they never heard anyone else discuss them, so they were led to believe they were crazy or delusional for having them. If you agree or don't agree with someone's opinion is completely irrelevant. Most westerners are too uncomfortable speaking about politically-incorrect issues in daily life. Society needs to cultivate strong characters with convictions not conformist drones. Without contrary opinions to the popularly accepted ones people aren't given a choice." ? Odbo, Forum

 

"I visited your website, happierabroad.com, and I agree with everything you write. You are my hero! You have spoken truths that many men do not understand. You have broken ground that many men have not... You are an inspiration!" ? Mark, Washington DC, Fan Mail

 

"Many of the things that are said on this site are things you know are true but no one else says." ? Peter, Forum

 

"When I first stumbled across HappierAbroad, I thought this website was full of nonsense. But as I experienced college even more, I soon realized that Winston was right on. When I went to Mexico by myself, I could see that the claims on HappierAbroad were uncannily true. I came across well-written books by academics, such as "The Proper Care and Feeding of Husbands" and "The Narcissism Epidemic" (thanks, Steve Neese!), and realized that this is a real-world phenomenon that Winston had recognized long ago, but which academics are only beginning to become aware of." ? Falcon, Forum

 

?One of the reasons I respect you is your ability to think independent of the masses? I can't pinpoint exactly when I came upon your site. But, I do recall, when I did, I instantly thought, "This guy gets it. He's smart, well-read and thinks for himself."? ? Xanthin Smith, Author, Entertainer, Filmmaker, ManSmarts.com

 

 

Many more quotes can be viewed here: http://www.happierabroad.com/ebook/Quotes.htm

 

Peter, in the first quote above, was a senior Scotsman that Wu met in Tallinn, Estonia who had been to nearly a hundred countries.? Like Wu, he was very philosophical and existential in his views and thoughts, so they bonded mentally and conversation-wise like kindred spirits.? While having dinner together, they were discussing Asian people and Peter related that the Asian women he met had great domestic skills but were not good for discussing philosophy or intellectual matters.? Wu concurred, and then asked Peter sarcastically, ?I?m so typical for an Asian male aren?t I??? Peter replied, ?No, you?re probably the most atypical Asian male I?ve ever met.?

 

Per Peter?s quote above, how many Asians do you know who have been called ?the most atypical Asian male I?ve ever met? by travelers who have been to 100 countries?

 

5) His fans have called him a "Hero, Inspiration and Legend". Very few are called such things.

 

This is a rare honor, since as you know, very few people get called such things.? Not even successful CEO's, entrepreneurs, lawyers, doctors and engineers usually get called a "Hero, Inspiration or Legend". Simply working hard and making money will not earn you such titles. To be called such, you have to have done something extraordinary, risen above the rest, or done something inspirational and courageous, such as challenging powerful forces in the name of truth against overwhelming odds and succeeding, or pulling off some miracle.?

 

See here for examples from letters and web sources:?

 

http://www.happierabroad.com/Hero.htm?

http://www.happierabroad.com/ebook/Quotes.htm

 

Some examples from the links above:

 

?You are a hero for the underdog, proving that with balls and determination you can find fun, sex, love, and happiness...? - Jeff, Atlanta

 

?I'm currently 17 years old and like you I am a Chinese American. I love the ebooks you have online and I really enjoy hearing about your success with white women abroad. I have a research paper on "my hero" and I choose to do my report on you and your success.? ? Joseph, USA

 

?Winston, YOU ARE MY HERO. Nobody can understand you and your noble quest unless they have lived in Russia. What drove you will drive any real man who goes there, but you had the courage and balls to stick out horrible shit that comes along with the beautiful women.? - From his old guestbook: http://www.happierabroad.com/Guestbook_archive.htm

 

?YOU ARE MY HERO TOO. Here I am with clinical depression feeling like I'm wasting my year after college and its honestly giving me hope browsing your photo collages and seeing that happiness is definitely possible, no matter who you are? It seems like you have found this balance and I am so inspired by your stories.? - Karen, Stanford, CA

 

?You are a champ. Most of us, even if we did find the holy grail would either be too selfish or more likely shy and embarrassed to ever come out publicly the way you have. Your generosity of spirit is truly amazing.? ? John, New Zealand

 

?SWEET website.  WOW!  Inspiring, useful, fun.  Fascinating to see the reactions of your readers!

As one pointed out, you really are a leader.  Unusually truthful and courageous.? - Jester, CA

 

?Just thought I?d say hi and tell you how much your writing inspired me... I think people ?need? to read what you?ve written? ? Joan, USA

 

?I enjoy your writing and you are one of the most inspiring dudes around. Main thing is you don't give a shit what other people (especially white) say about you - highly unusual, unfortunately, for any race of people, Chinese especially.  So your stuff is absolutely awesome.? ? John, USA

 

?No B.S., you're a big, big inspiration and i'm glad to hear you're doing good in Angeles City. Sounds like heaven to me.? ? Ernie, USA

 

?The stuff you recommend, winston, has always managed to utterly CHANGE MY LIFE. Thank you for being an inspiration. You will never know how much it means to me!!!? - Elizabeth, Orange County, CA

 

"I visited your website, happierabroad.com, and I agree with everything you write. You are my hero! You have spoken truths that many men do not understand. You have broken ground that many men have not? You are an inspiration!? ? Mark, Washington DC

 

?You are an infinite inspiration to me and I feel tremendous admiration to the fact that you actually put your dream into reality!!!? - James, Vancouver, Canada

 

?This guy is a legend? Read his long story and the photos (including the albums) and you will be amazed? my hero? ? Reference from http://www.freewebspace.net/forums/showthread.php?t=2189614

 

?I'm an old & white expat living in the Philippines. Just want to say that after reading this I'm rooting for 'The Legend' too.? ? From an Expat YahooGroup

 

?I have been traveling around Europe for the past 5 months and have a photo gallery of my own... but you my friend are a legend when it comes to that!!!!? ? Dule, France

 

Now, how many people do you know who have been called a ?hero, inspiration or legend?? Do successful Asian Americans who got straight ?A?s? in school, went to Berkeley or Stanford, and became doctors and engineers get called that?

 

6) He has started two websites and movements that are the first of their kind ? Happier Abroad, the largest Global Dating and Living Website and Movement, and SCEPCOP, the first Coalition against Organized PseudoSkepticism. He has written books for those two movements that are also the first of their kind and widely acclaimed by many readers, fans and professionals.

 

His websites and movements, Happier Abroad (HappierAbroad.com) and SCEPCOP (DebunkingSkeptics.com), are successful, highly praised and the FIRST of their kind.

 

Happier Abroad is the largest Global Dating and Living Website and Movement. First, if offers Global Dating (aka International Dating) as a solution to the nationwide epidemic of millions of lonely men in America, which the US media has neglected. Second, it brings exposure to the toxic environment in America in the areas of social disconnectedness, lopsided dating scene against men, and poor mental health. And it offers overseas solutions in these areas by promoting the Dating, Social and Mental Health benefits overseas. It has given hope, validation and inspiration to many, and has changed lives. It was also the first site to bring the "Global Dating Revolution" into form on the web.?

 

Visit Happier Abroad at: http://www.happierabroad.com

 

Happier Abroad?s 700+ page Ebook by Winston Wu is the first of its kind. It is the only one that elaborates on why America has the worst dating scene, social life and mental health, a truth that is obvious and easily provable that no one dares to mention publicly, and why those areas of life tend to be much better overseas. These are silent truths are very taboo and politically incorrect nature, and confined to private conversations, thus has received no publicity. But Wu felt that they are too important and life-changing to keep censored, since too many Americans are suffering from their dysfunctional social culture that has poisoned their relationships and mental health, so he has created a Ebook and Website centered around this. You may preview the Ebook and Table of Contents here: http://www.happierabroad.com/ebook.htm

 

SCEPCOP, the Scientific Committee to Evaluate PseudoSkeptical Criticism of the Paranormal, is the 1st coalition to counter and expose the organized pseudoskepticism movement for their fallacies and misinformation against the paranormal. It debunks big media skeptic names like James Randi, Michael Shermer, and CSICOP figures, whose arguments are refuted point by point.

 

Wu was the first one back in 2001 to write a book length treatise debunking all the major arguments, point by point, of pseudoskeptics, media skeptics and paranormal debunkers (James Randi, CSICOP, Michael Shermer, etc), which was much needed at the time. (http://www.debunkingskeptics.com/Contents.htm) Radio Show Host Whitley Strieber wrote a raving review of it here: http://www.unknowncountry.com/mindframe/opinion/?id=23

The treatise is now a main part of the SCEPCOP website.

 

Visit SCEPCOP at: http://www.debunkingskeptics.com

 

So you see, the Happier Abroad and SCEPCOP site, ebook and movements are the first of their kind. This means that Winston has been the first to start things that no one else has done before (so he?s not just unique in fingerprints and DNA like everyone is).

 

As you know, very few in the world can lay claim to doing something (serious and noteworthy) that are the first of their kind.

 

7)      He has written masterpiece books and great works of logic debunking the major arguments of Organized PseudoSkepticism and Christian Apologists. They have received endorsements and praises by prominent published figures. Some have hailed his work as ?the BEST? of its kind.

 

At an early age, Wu demonstrated a propensity to challenge authority in the name of truth. When he was 14, he beat his Youth Pastor, Ross Gunn III of Fremont Community Church in Fremont, CA, in a debate over free will vs. election/predestination in the role of Salvation in the Bible. The Youth Pastor had no counter arguments to Wu?s arguments and Bible verses and ended up giving up and trying to change the topic.

 

Winston brought a long list of Bible verses he wrote down, along with a summary, which supported the doctrine of election and predestination, to discuss with his Youth Pastor Ross Gunn III, who took him into his office. When Winston presented the verses and arguments, Ross became annoyed and then changed the subject by drilling him on whether the Bible taught that man was composed of body, spirit and soul, or just body and soul. When Winston gave his answer and tried to return to the topic, he jumped on it by saying that he was wrong and not qualified to be debating Bible doctrine.

 

It was clear that Ross was unable to address the verses and arguments that Winston brought, and unable to defend his freewill Salvation doctrine against it, for he was unprepared and untrained in such areas. So he attempted to discredit him with a cheap diversionary shot to protect his ego and position of power, since in his view, Winston was out of line. How dare a youth challenge a Youth Pastor!

 

But technically, Ross lost the debate by not being able to address or refute ANY of the Bible verses Winston brought up that supported election/predestination in the Bible. Instead, he put him back in line with his dominating personality and authority for challenging him. Probably he was taken aback that a teenage Christian youth would try to correct him on Biblical doctrines, something he had never anticipated or experienced before.

 

Though Winston knew that what he did was disruptive to the harmony between youth and Youth Pastor, deep down he felt that truth and accuracy were more important than harmonious relationships. Possessing a keen intellect, he was annoyed by contradictions and discrepancies.

 

Likewise, when he was 19, Winston went to a Chinese Presbyterian Church in Fremont, CA. After the sermon, he went up to the pastor outside and asked him:

 

"John Calvin, the founder of your church, taught that Predestination and Election determined Salvation, not free will. So why do you teach Salvation by free will then? Also, in the Bible, Paul in 1st Corinthians clearly said that women are to be silent in the church. So why do you let women make speeches during your church services?"

 

The Pastor became annoyed then asked him whether he had sold all his possessions as the first Christians were commanded to in the Book of Acts. Then he gave a long loud spiel about consistency in the Bible, and not taking things out of context, asserting his authority as well.

 

When Winston told the girl who drove him to the church about what happened, she said, "Wow he was probably surprised that a teen would challenge him on Bible stuff."

 

Since then, Wu has come to question his Christian faith after a spiritual transformation and has advanced in research, knowledge and critical thinking to produce these excellent masterpieces.

 

Debunking PseudoSkepticism Arguments:

http://www.debunkingskeptics.com/Contents.htm

 

Debunking Christian Fundamentalist Arguments:

http://www.debunkingskeptics.com/DebunkingChristians/Contents.htm

 

Christianity?s Irresolvable Problems, Circular Reasoning and Lack of Foundational Basis:

http://www.debunkingskeptics.com/Christian_Problems.htm

 

These works demonstrates that he is able to able to refute the major arguments of prominent Christian Apologists and Evangelists such as Josh McDowell, CS Lewis, Billy Graham, Lee Strobel, William Lane Craig, etc, and those of Media PseudoSkeptics such as James Randi, Michael Shermer, Joe Nickell, CSICOP members, etc.

 

Now how many people do you know who can do that? Can conformist Asians with no free thought do that? How many Asians do you know, who are raised to conform and seek harmony, are skilled and talented in logical arguments and debate?

 

SCEPCOP has been widely praised by the paranormal community, endorsed by reputable published authors and scientists, and has led to interviews on radio shows.? Endorsements and praises of SCEPCOP by reputable and published Parapsychologists can be viewed here:? http://www.debunkingskeptics.com/praises.php

 

Here are some excerpts of their endorsements:

 

"Pseudo-skepticism, by promoting views of doubtful validity, can seriously distort the scientific enterprise. It is good that an organisation such as SCEPCOP exists that can bring to light manifest flaws in the pseudo-skeptical position."

 

- Brian Josephson, Nobel Prize Winner in Physics, Emeritus Professor of Physics at Cambridge University, now a SCEPCOP member

 

 

"Dear Winston Wu,

 

I think your SCEPCOP project is excellent! Very much needed... So what a great service SCEPCOP and any similar sites can be to keep revealing the faulty reasoning, lying, etc., that the Church of Materialism's Inquisition tries to pass off as reasonable scientific criticism.?

 

- Dr. Charles Tart, esteemed Psychologist and Consciousness Researcher for 50 years, Author of The End of Materialism

 

 

"Dear Winston,

 

Wow! Love the website ! Very smart, creative, attractive, engaging, informative. You get my drift? Let us applaud genuine skepticism, and let us be skeptics ourselves; but let us stand firm against pseudo-skepticism and expose it for what it is: a renunciation of creativity, reason, and human progress. SCEPCOP is a valuable step in this direction."

 

- Larry Dossey, MD, Author: The Power of Premonitions, Healing Words, and Reinventing Medicine

 

 

"SCEPCOP provides a much needed balance to the ideological crusade of pseudo-skeptical organizations such as CSICOP (now just CSI)? Congratulations to SCEPCOP for helping to defend a legitimate branch of scientific research from illegitimate criticism."

 

- Chris Carter, Author of Parapsychology and the Skeptics

 

 

?Winston Wu has now written an essay that brilliantly and decisively rebuts the general skeptical arguments against the paranormal. This is among the best essays ever written on this subject, and deserves extensive study. The essay carefully moves through the entire skeptical lexicon of arguments, rebutting each in turn.?

 

- Whitley Strieber, Author and Radio Host of UnknownCountry.com

 

 

?A brilliant essay by researcher Winston Wu, rebutting skeptical arguments against the paranormal, reflects a growing awareness among members of the scientific community that there is something more occurring with the human experience than was once thought.

 

Columnist and radio personality Whitley Strieber recently noted that Wu's work "deserves extensive study" because it "carefully moves through the entire skeptical lexicon of arguments, rebutting each in turn."

 

? How refreshing it is to find writers like Winston Wu (whose paper is offered on the World Wide Web rather than the controlled print media) receiving this kind of recognition and praise for their work."

 

- James Donahue, Collapsing Belief Systems

 

Here is a list of third party articles and news stories about Winston Wu and his articles, websites and movements. They include praises as well as criticisms and hit pieces.

 

http://www.happierabroad.com/Portfolio.htm#ArticlesAboutMe

 

The famous Israeli Psychic Spoon Bender, Uri Geller phoned Winston Wu in 2000 to congratulate him for his articles and posts, and sent him a signed postcard, book and film about Geller?s life.

 

For a list of Wu?s debunking and critical thinking articles, see these indexes:

 

http://www.debunkingskeptics.com/Articles.htm

http://www.happierabroad.com/articles.php

 

Now, how many people do you know who have received endorsements and praises for their work by prominent published figures in their fields?

 

Some have hailed his work as ?the BEST? of its kind. Here is what they had to say:

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Praises for PseudoSkepticism Treatise

 

?Winston Wu has now written an essay that brilliantly and decisively rebuts the general skeptical arguments against the paranormal. This is among the best essays ever written on this subject, and deserves extensive study. The essay carefully moves through the entire skeptical lexicon of arguments, rebutting each in turn.? - Whitley Strieber, Author and Radio Host of UnknownCountry.com

 

?Your treatise "debunking pseudoskeptical arguments of paranormal debunkers" is the best refutation of pseudoskeptics' arguments, tactics and fallacies to reject the evidence for paranormal phenomena. I've recommended your article to every person that I know.? ? Deya, Spain

 

?I'm J?rgen and I write you from Germany. Let me tell that your article about debunkers/pseudoskeptics of PSI is the best handbook to debate with them. I used to debate pseudoskeptics as a pastime, using the arguments and tactics of your article.? ? J?rgen, Germany

 

?Your article "debunking pseudoskeptical arguments of paranormal debunkers" is a must read to any person who seeks to understand the nature of pseudoskepticism? Your article was the first on-line resource to expose the fallacies, motivation, agenda and dishonesty of pseudoskeptics.? ? Jessica Parker, USA

 

Praises for Christian Fundamentalism Treatise

 

?I work at a public library and thus have access to hundreds of books on religion and spirituality, yet very, very few are as helpful as the one article that you have written. There is even a book titled "Leaving the fold" that is for former fundamentalists leaving their religion, yet your article is arguably better and more useful then the entire book.? - Ian

 

?Congratulations on an excellent site.  Your information on evangelical fundamentalist Christianity is the BEST site on the internet.  It spells everything out.  Try to get the search engines to bring it up near the top of searches.? - Kevin

 

?I discovered this website while doing some research into Christian Fundamentalism and Atheistic Dogma. I was blown away by how well the arguments against Christianity were, specifically because they lacked emotion fueled "Logic".? ? SCEPCOP Forum Comment

 

Full versions of the reviews above can be found at:

 

http://www.debunkingskeptics.com/Reader_Responses.htm

http://www.debunkingskeptics.com/DebunkingChristians/Reader_Responses.htm

 

Now, how many people do YOU know who have written something others have called ?the BEST? of its kind?

 

8) He has been interviewed on radio shows and featured in magazines for his noteworthy works.

 

As a result of unprecedented noteworthy works and accomplishments, Wu has been featured in various forms of media in different countries.?

 

He has been interviewed on radio shows:

 

?      Ghostly Talk (www.ghostlytalk.com) regarding PseudoSkeptics and SCEPCOP

?      Forbidden Truth by Michael Goodspeed (co-host of Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis in Portland and regular contributor to the Jeff Rense site) regarding Skeptics and James Randi

?      The Roller Steve Show (www.youtube.com/rollersteve) regarding Global Dating and Men?s Dating Issues

?      The Psychic Wisdom Radio Hour with David James (www.blogtalkradio.com/thespiritweaver) regarding SCEPCOP and PseudoSkepticism

 

Many of these interviews are archived or linked from this page: http://www.happierabroad.com/podcasts.php

 

The paranormal magazine Atlantis Rising (www.atlantisrising.com) did an article about SCEPCOP in their Sept 2009 issue.? A Lithuanian magazine called Antre Puse did a story about his life and travels in their May 2005 issue.? Back in October 2004 he was featured on the Russian national TV news.? He was also a Journalist for the Moscow business publication Estates News.

 

You can see the article in Atlantis Rising and Antre Puse in this online Portfolio:? http://www.happierabroad.com/Portfolio.htm#ArticlesAboutMe

 

Obviously, in order to be invited for interviews on radio shows or written about in magazines you have to be very interesting or significant, or have done something noteworthy and significant.? Now do you think typical conformist Asians who study hard and make a living are interesting enough to be interviewed on radio shows or written about in magazines?

 

9)      He has dated many beautiful women outside of his league (by American standards) by going ?beyond the matrix? and utilizing his charming personality.

 

As shown on his Happier Abroad website, Winston has dated more beautiful women who are out of his league (by American standards that is) than most Asian and American men have - by being courageous, outgoing, charming and venturing ?beyond the US matrix? as explained in the Global Dating concept elaborated here:? http://www.happierabroad.com/globaldating.php. Here is hard proof of this from his photo collage: http://www.happierabroad.com/ebook/Collage.htm?

 

Now how many shy, nerdy, timid Asian males do you know who live ?inside the box? are able to date so many women who are out of his league?

 

10)  Due to the success of his websites and movements, he is one of the few able to make a living off of self-employment from online residual passive income, which many dream of doing but few are able to do.

 

Nowadays, self-employment is becoming more and more popular, as people grow tired of having to conform to jobs and schedules and being told what to do. One of the most convenient forms of self-employment is making money online. There are a variety of ways to do this, but the benefits and advantages are priceless:

 

1)      It lets you live anywhere and travel anywhere without being tied down to one location, thus giving you freedom of mobility.

2)      You don't have to rent an office space or shop or hire workers. The only people you have to work with are those you partner up with for deals that are mutually beneficiary - where you help each other, do cross-promotions, or affiliate partnerships where you earn commissions from each other.

3)      In a regular job, once you stop working, you stop getting paid. But in an automated online passive income enterprise, once it becomes stable and established, you can stop working and still CONTINUE getting paid! That's the beauty of it - which gives you true freedom!

 

These inspirational quotes accurately portray the insanity of working for others.

 

"What's the point of working to make a living, if most of your living consists of working?" - Pat Flynn, Passive Income Guru

 

"When you work for someone, you trade time for dollars. But if you invest your time into creating a business, you produce a cash flow operation that works for YOU!" - Pat Flynn, Passive Income Guru

 

"Active vs. Passive income: With active income, when you stop working, you stop getting paid. But with automated passive income, when you stop working, you still continue getting paid! That equals Freedom!" - Key point on many passive income websites

 

So true when you think about it, isn't it? And it makes so much sense too. Why live as a slave, instead of trying to find a way out of it so you can be free?

 

But the problem is that self-employment and online income are very hard to do. They usually involve a lot of work with slow growth. Many try it, but few succeed in being able to make a living from it or generating steady residual income.

 

Due to the growing success and significance of Winston Wu?s websites and movements, he has become one of the few who is able to do that. His websites now generate residual income through advertising revenue, affiliate sales commissions, and ebook sales. He is not rich by any means, but earns enough to live and travel. Wu has written a realistic no-nonsense Myth vs. Reality guide about making money online and generating online income at: (paste link)

 

Summary and Significance:

 

As you can see, Winston Wu is quite an eclectic blend when you consider all the above combined. Now, contrast the above with typical Asians who are narrow-minded, conformist, follow the pack, materialistic, and live only to make a living and raise a family, and you will see that Winston Wu is in a different stratosphere - truly one-of-a-kind and in a league of his own, whether you like him or not. That's what makes him interesting, and leaves an impression on others.

 

Now ask yourself these questions:

 

?         How many Asians do you know who think, write and live ?outside the box? in so many areas, and is deep, insightful and intellectual at the same time, and is free of the ?programming? of society?

?         How many Asians do you know who have been to 12 countries, speak 4 languages, can beat the computer in Chess and Scrabble at difficult levels, and is well read in intellectual, esoteric and spiritual matters, all while at a young age?

?         How many Asian males do you know who have been called ?the most atypical Asian male? by travelers who have been to 100 countries?

?         How many Asians do you know who are called a ?Hero, Inspiration or Legend? by others?

?         How many Asians do you know who have done things no one has ever done before?

?         How many Asians do you know who have written something others call ?the BEST? of its kind?

?         How many Asians do you know who have received endorsements and praises for their work by reputable published figures in their fields?

?         How many Asians do you know who get interviewed on radio shows for their noteworthy works?

?         How many Asians do you know who are able to refute every major argument made by Christian Apologists and Media Skeptics?

?         How many Asian men do you know who have dated many beautiful women who are out of his league?

?         How many Asians do you know are able to make a living from passive residual online income?


I?ll bet that your answer to these questions is either ?very few? or ?none?. Now, you might be able to name people who fit some of the attributes above, but do you know any ONE person who fits ALL of them?!? I?ll bet not. So I think it?s fair to say that the above attributes combined paint a portrait of a really unusual and one-of-a-kind Asian male. Clearly Winston Wu isn?t just unique for an Asian person, but for a human being as well.

 

Now, there are many materially successful hard-working Asians out there who have material status over Winston. They got straight ?A?s? in school, graduated from Berkeley or Stanford, got a masters degree, and became doctors, engineers or some other prestigious profession, following the ideal path set by their parents and that of the Asian immigrant culture (especially in the Silicon Valley San Francisco Bay Area). They have nice cars, houses and careers to show off. However, they have none of the unique qualities above that Wu has. No one calls them a "Hero, Inspiration or Legend". They have not done things no one has done before. And they have not experienced the variety of rich cultures and experiences that Wu has. They do not inspire or awaken others. In fact, they are not unique or any different from the rest. Also they do not think ?outside the box?. Moreover, they have not dated so many beautiful women out of their league as Winston has. Finally, they do not have the rich inner life that Wu has. Instead, their lives consist of being slaves to companies without freedom, and the routines of basic living. They are like robots, owned by others and devoid of true freedom or passion. They will not be remembered in history for doing anything special. All they did was made a living and raised a family, just like everyone else throughout history. Nothing set them apart from the rest.

 

As one of Winston?s fans put in his forum:

 

http://www.happierabroad.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7170&start=10

 

?Let's put it this way:

No one will remember a soccer mom or a mangina in the Anglosphere even a year after they go. There are so many of them, all the same and none of them stand out or unique in any way.

One thing is for certain, you took the chance to stick out from the crowd (which in Asian culture is supremely brave, and more so in the Anglosphere), you will be remembered.

Who knows, a hundred years from now anthropologists may be searching through web archives, find your writings, and being that it stood out, may make you and your philosophies a subject of study.

I think in a hundred years, history will look back and not be kind to feminism, soccer moms, manginas, the Anglosphere. So to stick out and not be part of that imo is a good way to make a lasting impression even when you are long gone.?

 

Any great writer will tell you that what motivates them is not money, but being able to inspire others.? You see, money comes and goes, but inspiration lasts a LIFETIME. ?And Wu has done just that, which you can see from the quotes, reviews and testimonials about his work at the links above.

 

That's what makes Winston Wu unusual, unique and refreshing. He makes a difference in courageous unique ways that others haven't, and has earned respect for that.

 

None of the negative judgments of narrow minded materialistic Asian society, which places no value on uniqueness, can take that away from him. That's because Winston is motivated by Truth, not Fear. And when you have truth, knowledge and wisdom, you have power over ignorance, fear and closed-mindedness. No condemnation can harm you. As someone eloquently put it at the end of a brilliant documentary called Esoteric Agenda: (paraphrased)

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ip8o_aCv5uw

?You can light a match in a pitch dark room and extinguish the darkness, but you cannot bring a patch of darkness into a well lit room and extinguish the light. This proves that light and truth are more powerful than darkness and evil.?

 

You see, Wu is rich on the INSIDE in ways that most people aren't, and has a rich "inner life" that most people don't. ?That makes him incorruptible.? Most people are changed or corrupted by money or culture, but those who are ?rich on the inside? aren?t. Wu is such a type.

 

He is ahead of his time, and thus underappreciated. The world may not be ready for people like him, but he makes a difference, inspires others, and follows his heart, bliss and vision. With great insight, he sees things that most do not see. In a spiritually advanced society, these are the types that would be tomorrow's leaders.

 

Wu is a liberator of minds and consciousness, the place where true freedom begins. And that is no easy task, for we live in a world of illusion and fakery where you are expected to conform and pretend that everything is always great. The path of truth is not an easy one, but it a noble one. Few dare to take it. And once you do, having swallowed the red pill, you find true freedom and attain the wisdom and state of consciousness to help others along the path.

 

And that's why, if you know Winston Wu, are affiliated with him, or have the chance to meet him, you should appreciate it and be proud to know him.

 

Now, based on the above, is Winston Wu is the most unique and atypical Asian male ever? Well that?s for you and others to decide. Either way, he?s truly an inspiration and evolved being.

 

See also:

 

Quotes about Winston Wu: http://www.happierabroad.com/ebook/Quotes.htm

Testaments from third party sources about Winston Wu being ?the most unique and freethinking Asian?: http://www.happierabroad.com/FreethinkingAsian.htm

Comparison chart of Wu?s traits vs. typical East Asians: http://www.happierabroad.com/Winston_vs_Asians.pdf

Winston Wu?s websites: http://www.happierabroad.com and http://www.debunkingskeptics.com

 

 

Other Asian male public figures considered unique and inspiring:

 

Bruce Lee - First Asian martial artist and actor to become a famous star in America, and producing several motion picture hits. He developed his own unique martial arts style called Jeet Kune Do which was the first of its kind. But his life was tragically cut short. As far as I can count, Bruce Lee?s life and work fulfills several of the unique attributes above. He is considered a hero, inspiration and legend by his fans too, including me.

 

Rick Lee ? Probably a pseudonym. He is an Asian American porn star who has slept with countless scores of hot white women (and females of other ethnicities), as evidenced by the huge gallery of porn videos featured on his website: www.Asian-Man.com? That?s certainly unique and extraordinary for an Asian American male.

 

Jerry Tran - Aka ?The Asian PlayBoy? who goes by ?JI?, he is an Asian American PUA (Pick Up Artist) Guru, who sells seminars and bootcamps for frustrated dateless Asian males. His website is www.abcsofattraction.com. He is probably the first Asian American PUA Guru in America at least. Thus, JT has not done something that no one else has done before, only something that no other Asian American male has done. So, he has only halfway filled one of my unique accomplishments above. And if his claims about having dated many beautiful women are true, then he has fulfilled another one of course.

 

However, what I?ve found is that almost every PUA Guru offers no proof for their claims and expects you to take what they say on faith. And in fact, the whole PUA movement is bogus. It?s an artificial pseudo industry that lacks any solid proof or serious understanding of human psychology. See here for my detailed explanation why as well as this former PUA member?s revelations.

 

William Hung ? Contestant on American Idol who made a fool of himself and became an entertaining star cause of it. Unique yes, but inspiring?

 

John Chow ? Successful online entrepreneur and blogger (www.johnchow.com). He has done what few have, by making a high income online, something many dream of doing, and is a motivational leader and guru in that area.

 

Michio Kaku ? A Japanese America theoretical physicist who holds all kinds of degrees and accreditations who has taught at New York College and is interviewed on various TV and radio programs. He is a popularizer of futuristic science and physics, one of the pioneers of string theory, and has written some great books. He is perhaps the most articulate and gifted communicator that I?ve ever seen for an Asian American. You can find many videos of his interviews on YouTube, to see what I mean. Just do a search for his name. That makes him certainly one of a kind, as well as well-liked and respected by his many fans.

 

If you know of any other ?contenders?, let me know.

 

 

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