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WRITINGS OF CHUANG TZU By Jay Mazo
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The Chuang-tzu is an ancient Chinese text from the late Warring States period (476–221 BC) which contains stories and anecdotes that exemplify the carefree nature of the ideal Taoist sage.... More > Named for its traditional author, "Master Chuang, the Chuang-tzu is—along with the Tao Te Ching—one of the two foundational texts of Taoism, and is generally considered the most important of all Taoist writings. The Chuang-tzu consists of a large collection of anecdotes, allegories, parables, and fables, which are often humorous or irreverent in nature. Its main themes are of spontaneity in action and of freedom from the human world and its conventions. The fables and anecdotes in the text attempt to illustrate the falseness of human distinctions between good and bad, large and small, life and death, and human and nature. While other ancient Chinese philosophers focused on moral and personal duty, Chuang promoted carefree wandering and becoming one with "the Way" (Tao) by following nature.< Less
As the Butterfly Said to Chuang Tzu By Michael Zheng
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This is the exhibition catalogue for the solo show of Michael Zheng of the same title at the Mission 17 gallery in San Francisco, 2006. The show set out to let viewers question the nature of... More > perception in light of phenomenological, cultural and political conditioning. It deliberately blurs the boundary between the art object and its context, questioning where the frame stops and where the art starts. This catalogue includes an essay by Clark Buckner on art after Conceptualism, as well as the three reviews of this show in Sculpture Magazine, Artweek and the Shotgun Review by Terri Cohn, Colin Berry and Scott Oliver respectively.< Less
As the Butterfly Said to Chuang Tzu By Michael Zheng
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This is the exhibition catalogue for the solo show of Michael Zheng of the same title at Gallery MISSION17 in San Francisco, 2006. The show set out to let viewers question the nature of perception... More > in light of phenomenological, cultural and political conditioning. It deliberately blurs the boundary between the art object and its context, questioning where the frame stops and where the art starts. This catalogue includes an essay by Clark Buckner on art after Conceptualism, as well as the three reviews of this show in Sculpture Magazine, Artweek and the Shotgun Review by Terri Cohn, Colin Berry and Scott Oliver respectively.< Less
Learning the Tao: Chuang Tzu As Teacher By Keith Seddon
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This is a short interpretation of the ancient Taoist classic named after its author, Chuang Tzu. This ancient text, originating in China in the fourth century BC, stands as one of the world's... More > profoundest manuals of spiritual transformation. In ten short chapters, the author explores the key ideas of the Chuang Tzu, revealing the way to enlightenment and inner peace as taught by this ancient Taoist teacher. The book is illustrated with traditional Chinese cut-paper designs.< Less
Learning the Tao: Chuang Tzu as Teacher By Keith Seddon
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This is a short interpretation of the ancient Taoist classic named after its author, Chuang Tzu. This ancient text, originating in China in the fourth century BC, stands as one of the world's... More > profoundest manuals of spiritual transformation. In ten short chapters, the author explores the key ideas of the Chuang Tzu, revealing the way to enlightenment and inner peace as taught by this ancient Taoist teacher. The book is illustrated with traditional Chinese cut-paper designs.< Less
Learning the Tao: Chuang Tzu as Teacher By Keith Seddon
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This is a short interpretation of the ancient Taoist classic named after its author, Chuang Tzu. This ancient text, originating in China in the fourth century BC, stands as one of the world's... More > profoundest manuals of spiritual transformation. In ten short chapters, the author explores the key ideas of the Chuang Tzu, revealing the way to enlightenment and inner peace as taught by this ancient Taoist teacher. The book is illustrated with traditional Chinese cut-paper designs.< Less
Essential Writings of Taoism: The Tao te Ching and the Chuang Tzu By Lao Tzu & Chuang Tzu
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The two classics of Chinese philosophy. The Tao te Ching, along with the commentaries in the Chuang Tzu, spell out the basis of Taoist thought.
PORTFOLIO HAO-YUN AMBROSE CHUANG 2006-2007 By Hao-yun Ambrose Chuang
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This is a portfolio of Hao-yun Chuang's work from 2006-2007 in SCIARC(Southern California Institute of Architecture). Main Studio works Includes a 21st century Library project in Los Angeles,USA and... More > an urban transprotation hub project in Lugano, Switzerland.< Less
PORTFOLIO HAO-YUN AMBROSE CHUANG 2006-2007 By Hao-yun Ambrose Chuang
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This is a portfolio of Hao-yun Chuang's work from 2006-2007 in SCIARC(Southern California Institute of Architecture). Main Studio works Includes a 21st century Library project in Los Angeles,USA and... More > an urban transprotation hub project in Lugano, Switzerland.< Less
PORTFOLIO HAO-YUN AMBROSE CHUANG 2005-2006 By Hao-yun Ambrose Chuang
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This is a portfolio of SCIARC graduate M.arch 1 program in Southern California Institute of Architecure. Projects include a daycare in LA downtown, CLUI(California Land Ussage Institute) new head... More > courter, Instument of desire(drawings), Drawings inspired by SCIFI movie:Brazil, Maya modeling and fabrication process, and Material construction studies. This is a full color book with detailed plan, section, drawings, diagrams, model phots, renderings, photo collages, and all other architectural comunication graphics.2006-2007 works is also available as another portfolio.< Less