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Tang Family 2009 By Katrine Tang Stenz, Poul Tang
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Katrine and Poul Tang have made this book about the Tang family - descendants of Peter and Kristiane Tang. It includes more than 250 family members in 90 families. Charts, maps, photos, calendar,... More > timeline - and indiviual reports.< Less
Tang Family 2009 By Poul Tang, Katrine Tang Stenz
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Katrine and Poul Tang have made this book about the Tang family - descendants of Peter and Kristiane Tang. It includes more than 250 family members in 90 families. Charts, maps, photos, calendar,... More > timeline - and indiviual reports.< Less
WELCOME TO TILI TANG DUGOU By Dr. Alhasan S. Ceesay, MD
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This work is fictional traveller’s story that took place in thick canopy of Africa. The story educates and equally entertains the reader. It is an eye-opener to life in Africa before its... More > fragmentation and advent of AK47 dictatorial kingdoms. It reveals believes, ceremonies and rituals unique of the culture of the tribe. It further helps us pip at the village Bantaba, the house of parliament of the villager. It leaves us admiring the hard working and communal nature of the villager. In Tili Tang Dugou life teaches one to love and be loved; to share the little we have to give hope and strength to a despondent. It is a spirit of oneness in the light that we are all each other’s keeper.< Less
TANG POETS: AN HOMAGE TO By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Chinese Tang Dynasty Poets, such as Li Bai, Wang Wei, Du Fu, Meng Haoran, Cao Cao, Qiwu Qian, Cen Can, Wang Jian, Pei Di, Lu Lun, Liu Changqing, Li Qi, Mu Mu, Du Mu, Xue Feng, Wen Tingyun, Wei... More > Yingwu, Liu Juxi, Po Chu-I, Lo Bingwing, and 460 responsive poems by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward. In alphabetical order for an easy read.< Less
TANG POETS: AN HOMAGE TO By Jean Elizabeth Ward
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Chinese Tang Dynasty Poets, such as Li Bai, Wang Wei, Du Fu, Meng Haoran, Cao Cao, Qiwu Qian, Cen Can, Wang Jian, Pei Di, Lu Lun, Liu Changqing, Li Qi, Mu Mu, Du Mu, Xue Feng, Wen Tingyun, Wei... More > Yingwu, Liu Juxi, Po Chu-I, Lo Bingwing, and 460 responsive poems by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward. In alphabetical order for an easy read.< Less
Yellow Peril and Orange Tang By Nigel Clements
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Spud Carrot embarks on his 4th and most important adventure yet, charged with the task of defeating a pair of nefarious oriental twins, who are hell-bent on World domination, Spud once again... More > journey's to the four corners of the globe to complete his quest. Become amazed as our hero becomes sexually entangled with all manner of extremely helpful young ladies, stagger with astonishment as he becomes romantically embroiled with a she-beast, and cheer with delight at the continued appearance of Poles, Creak, Headlines and the Chief. Also featuring a special guest appearance by the then President of the United States of America, Mr. Ronald Regan, this book is almost twice the size, half the chapters, but still adheres to the same senseless nature as the previous three.< Less
The Lost Art of Tang Soo Do By John Kedrowski
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The Lost Art of Tang Soo Do is a unique book that will help students and teachers understand the techniques in the forms and understand how to teach those techniques efficiently and effective. The... More > Lost Art of Tang Soo Do presents a martial arts curriculum that draws on Tang Soo Do's path of transmission, from Okinawa, Japan, to Korea, in order to construct a curriculum that accesses the strong self defense traditions that were lost in translation. The Lost Art of Tang Soo Do is written by an education professional who has applied years of curriculum analysis toward the martial art that he practices. This is not another form application book! This book will help a student and teacher access the material in the forms and pass it on into the future.< Less
The Lost Art of Tang Soo Do By John Kedrowski
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The Lost Art of Tang Soo Do is a unique book that will help students and teachers understand the techniques in the forms and understand how to teach those techniques efficiently and effective. The... More > Lost Art of Tang Soo Do presents a martial arts curriculum that draws on Tang Soo Do's path of transmission, from Okinawa, Japan, to Korea, in order to construct a curriculum that accesses the strong self defense traditions that were lost in translation. The Lost Art of Tang Soo Do is written by an education professional who has applied years of curriculum analysis toward the martial art that he practices. This is not another form application book! This book will help a student and teacher access the material in the forms and pass it on into the future.< Less
Syncretism: Creativity and Consciousness in the Tang Dynasty By Dale A. Johnson
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This book is itself a product of syncretism combining fiction and fact in order to tell a truth. By analogy and comparison of word and image the author guides us on a journey through China in both... More > its history and present day culture to investigate China's capacity to absorb and integrate radically different ideas. The author uses his knowledge of linguistics, early Chinese history, and religious anthropology to fuse together a story of culture, consciousness, and creativity< Less
Syncretism: Creativity and Consciousness in the Tang Dynasty By Dale A. Johnson
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This book is itself a product of syncretism combining fiction and fact in order to tell a truth. By analogy and comparison of word and image the author guides us on a journey through China in both... More > its history and present day culture to investigate China's capacity to absorb and integrate radically different ideas. The author uses his knowledge of linguistics, early Chinese history, and religious anthropology to fuse together a story of culture, consciousness, and creativity< Less