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About Good & Bad Tao Hua Romance Luck By Pinky Toky
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In Chinese culture, the term tao hua is associated with love and romance. Tao hua luck can be good or bad, depending on the individual situation. It can be broadly categorized into tao hua yun and... More > tao hua jie or tao hua sha.< Less
Zhuangzi, The divine classic of Nan hua By Frederic Henry Balfour
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Mr. Frederic Henry Balfour was the first Sinologue to translate Zhuangzi. He was followed by Mr. Herbert Gile (Zhuangzi, mystic, moralist, and social reformer, 1886) and Dr. Legge (The texts of... More > Taoism, 1891, vols 1 and 2). Mr. Giles provided an analysis of this first translation in the China Review, 1883, 11:1-15 and Dr. Legge in the preface of his translation (pp. xviii). In the words of Dr. Legge, “it was no small achievement to be the first to endeavor to lift up the veil from Zhuangzi. Even a first translation, though imperfect, is not without benefit to others who come after, and are able to do better.” The purpose of this reedition is to provide this first translation for historical and comparative purposes. The language and concepts used in the Zhuangzi are for me so complex and subtle that having several translations at hand is one of the steps to approach this incredibly rich esoteric text. ISBN-13: 978-1-944175-17-7< Less
Zhuangzi, mystic, moralist, and social reformer By Herbert Allen Giles
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Herbert A. Giles who has contributed more than 60 books and articles to the field of Sinology is here providing us a complete translation of Zhuangzi. This translation is of great interest to those... More > seeking to understand this fundamental work as we have few translations of the text and cross-comparative studies of the translations aid in gaining insight of what the original Chinese meanings might be. Such approach is beneficial as the original text, like many classics, presupposes knowledge in various fields to grasp subtle allusions, metaphors or puns. Further, many of the common names are themselves plays with words that requires difficult choices in translations. This work may be read in parallel with F. H. Balfour’s Zhuangzi, The divine classic of Nan hua, another important translation of the 19th century. ISBN-13: 978-1-944175-53-5< Less
The Four Taoist Classics – Daodejing, Huahujing, Zhuangzi and Liezi By Roy Melvyn
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These four books, most commonly known as Tao Te Ching, Hua Hu Ching, Chuang Tsu and Lieh Tzu, are spiritual food of the highest order providing clarifying guidance to those who study them. For those... More > who are open to a Taoist viewpoint, the books give profound insights into human nature, society, the natural world and the processes of life. Slowly but surely altering the reader's outlook and values, and guiding he or she on their way. The insights gained here are not just for intellectual stimulation. This is a collection which can be applied to everyday situations and yet does not shirk from metaphysics.< Less