Let me quote to you from Chinese President Hu Jintao's "8 honors, 8 disgraces" doctrine:
"Follow science, discard superstition and ignorance."
Now... (I'm not making this up) according to the April 19, 2007 edition of Shenzhen Evening News, there are fifteen key points according to the World Health Organisation about cancer prevention:
#3 is "Don't drink alcohol"
#4 is "Don't smoke tobacco"
#11 is "Don't smoke tobacco and drink alcohol at the same time."
#7 is "Don't use laundry detergent to wash your eating and drinking utensils or your food."
Most astonishing of all is Item #15: "Any male adult or child whose reproductive organ is excessively long should cut it off immediately in order to prevent the growth of cancer."
Maybe if they just washed their penis in detergent like the spoons in #7, they'd be alright. Or maybe they shouldn't do it at the same time while smoking. No wonder Asians have such short penises. Doesn't sound like any kind of Western Science that I'm aware of. I'm interested to see what other interesting "scientific" gems they follow over there.