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Gu Yu Cheung's Iron Palm Method By Neil Ripski
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Gu Yu Cheung's Heavy Hands is possibly one of the best kept secret Iron Palm methods in Chinese Martial Arts. Master Gu was an incredibly famous Northern Shaolin Master who travelled to the South to... More > teach, answering many challenges and never losing. He is documented in the most famous iron palm photograph today – Sifu Gu himself slapping through thirteen bricks without spacers, resting on the earth. Made available for the first time, Sifu Neil Ripski shares his knowledge of this powerful qigong technique.< Less
Gu Yu Cheung's Iron Palm Method By Neil Ripski
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Gu Yu Cheung's Heavy Hands is possibly one of the best kept secret Iron Palm methods in Chinese Martial Arts. Master Gu was an incredibly famous Northern Shaolin Master who travelled to the South to... More > teach, answering many challenges and never losing. He is documented in the most famous iron palm photograph today – Sifu Gu himself slapping through thirteen bricks without spacers, resting on the earth. Made available for the first time, Sifu Neil Ripski shares his knowledge of this powerful qigong technique.< Less
Yi Wu Fan Gu: The Only Way Is Forward By Patrick Brown
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A Tulane EMBA student's journey through the rough and tumble business landscape in contemporary Shanghai.
Selected Works By Sunny(Ying) Gu
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A selection of original drawings and paintings created by Sunny Gu from 2008 to 2010.
REMEMBERING TOMORROW By GU RU 'PHRIN LAS
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Contextualized in flawless English, Gu ru 'phrin las is familiar but also removed from the world he describes. His 19 stories exceed childhood reminiscences in their collective memory of the Tibetans... More > with a herding background raised in a black yak-hair tent but who now rarely see such a tent. The stories are of an unsophisticated, impoverished life, dotted with compassion but they do not avoid brutality and revengeful emotions integral to this life. Antagonistic values and tangled emotions are mirror-like, one reflecting the other. A girl admires children changing grass-insoles during the New Year, but the same children admire her for sleeping as long as she wants. A boy understands his brother, "the crazy monk," more profoundly than his father. 8 yaks paid for the death of a poor boy is compared to 80 yaks in compensation for the revenge death of a rich boy. Challenging the reader, are these memories or imaginings, fictional creations or lived realities, remnants of the past or tomorrow's authenticities?< Less
Teach Yourself Cooking Chinese Food In One Month By Jack Cheung & Ruixue Gu
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In this book called “Teach Yourself Cooking Chinese Food In One Month”, we carefully selected a group of typical, simply operating, nutrition balanced dishes from a thousand kinds of... More > dishes, which are suitable for foreign beginners cooking at home. According to Chinese cooking techniques, we divided the book into four parts: cold dishes, hot dishes, soups and porridges, traditional Chinese dishes. This book has many unique structures and detailed illustrations, which make it easy for learners to understand and practice. What’s more, the book “Teach Yourself Cooking Chinese Food In One Month” will become the good assistant for you to make the Chinese home style dishes. We hope you are up for the challenge and enjoy yourselves while cooking.< Less
Teach Yourself Cooking Chinese Food In One Month By Jack Cheung & Ruixue Gu
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It is universally acknowledged that Chinese food is one of the most famous and delicious dishes, which has a long history and enjoys high reputation at home and abroad. Since China has vast territory... More > and abundant nationalities, there are various types of food and a wide range of flavor all around. In this book called “Teach Yourself Cooking Chinese Food In One Month”, we carefully selected a group of typical, simply operating, nutrition balanced dishes from a thousand kinds of dishes, which are suitable for foreign beginners cooking at home. According to Chinese cooking techniques, we divided the book into four parts: cold dishes, hot dishes, soups and porridges, traditional Chinese dishes. This book has many unique structures and detailed illustrations, which make it easy for learners to understand and practice. What’s more, the book will become the good assistant for you to make the Chinese home style dishes. We hope you are up for the challenge and enjoy yourselves while cooking.< Less
Easy Hanzi By Pinghua Yin & Yilan Gu
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Enter a new lively world of Chinese!!! Develop your observation and imagination!!! This workbook provides simple, basic yet memorable story-like demonstrations of some of the most commonly used... More > Chinese characters. Any self-motivated reader can learn,understand, and practice these characters with the help and support of this workbook. Coming soon!!! Activity book for Chinese characters< Less
These Daoist Bones By Gu Shen Yu
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Since ancient times, Daoists have used poetry and other art forms to express mystical experience, convey teaching, and transmit energy. A Daoist poem arises naturally out of the stillness of an empty... More > mind, like fresh grasses in the springtime. Embracing both wuji (the unchanging absolute) and taiji (the dynamic polar world), a Daoist poem expresses the poet’s encounter with Dao (the way). In this collection, an American Daoist priest shares poetry inspired by his study of Daoist scripture and practice of Zuowang meditation (sitting forgetting).< Less
These Daoist Bones By Gu Shen Yu
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Since ancient times, Daoists have used poetry and other art forms to express mystical experience, convey teaching, and transmit energy. A Daoist poem arises naturally out of the stillness of an empty... More > mind, like fresh grasses in the springtime. Embracing both wuji (the unchanging absolute) and taiji (the dynamic polar world), a Daoist poem expresses the poet’s encounter with Dao (the way). In this collection, an American Daoist priest shares poetry inspired by his study of Daoist scripture and practice of Zuowang meditation (sitting forgetting).< Less

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