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Taili Zhuang's Architecture Portfolio By Taili Zhuang
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Taili's Architecture Portfolio. Undergraduate architecture at Washington University in St Louis. First Year.
Zhan Zhuang Qigong By Andrzej Kalisz
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This is an introduction to the standing mediation called ZHANG ZHUANG from the martial art YIQUAN.
Zhuang Zi: The Classic of Daoism By Derek Lee
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This Daoist Classic originated from the Warring States period of ancient China (475–221 BCE). The ideas of Zhuang Zi are sometimes quite abstruse and are not as accessible as those of Plato;... More > nor are they suited to the Western preference for linear methods of exposition. But he does reveal a remarkably sophisticated philosophical outlook; a gentle, if sometimes, provocative humour; and, incidentally, displays and affirms our common humanity despite the passage of over two thousand years. Zhuang Zi writes mainly using allegory and example. The Western preference is for complex clarity; even if, it would appear, that assumed clarity is deceptive. This new translation was undertaken because it was felt that earlier translations were not very sympathetic to Zhuang Zi’s Daoism and his latent anarchism; and they tended to smother the former in theistic concepts whilst obscuring the latter as much as they could. It is felt that this new translation brings a greater clarity to a significant number of passages.< Less
Zhuang Zi By Zhuangzi Zhuangzi
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Zhuangzi (about BC 369 --BC 286) is a philosopher in Warring States period. His family name is Chuang, called Zhou, Han, Meng (now Anhui Mengcheng county) in Song Dynasty. He once worked as a... More > official in Qiyuan. Zhuangzi is the great thinker, philosopher and writer in pre-Qin (Warring States) period, and the main founder of Taoism. He and Lao Tzu--the ancestor of Taoism, are called "Lao Zhuang".< Less
Zhuang Zi and the Fully Realized Human By Patrick Edwin Moran
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Humans put themselves in danger when they become unable to see what is really there. Conditioning, indoctrination, and even more insidious forms of mental control may make humans lose their autonomy.... More > When autonomy is lost, control may easily be seized by others. When control is lost, injury is right behind. Learn to become fully realized, to have fully situational awareness, and to become an activator among other humans.< Less
Fen Zhuang Lou [Chinese] By Guanzhong Luo
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Luo Ben (c. 1330–1400, or c.1280-1360), better known by his... More > courtesy name Guanzhong (Mandarin pronunciation: [lu̯o ku̯anʈʂʊŋ]), was a Chinese writer who lived during the Yuan and Ming periods. He was also known by his pseudonym Huhai Sanren (Chinese: 湖海散人; pinyin: Húhǎi Sǎnrén; literally: "Leisure Man of Lakes and Seas")[citation needed]. Luo was attributed with writing Romance of the Three Kingdoms and editing Water Margin, the first two of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature.The place of Luo's birth and date are a controversial question. One possibility[citation needed] was that he was from Taiyuan, and lived in the late Yuan Dynasty and early Ming Dynasty by the record of his contemporary, the playwright Jia Zhongming (賈仲明), who said that he had met him in 1364[citation needed]. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luo_Guanzhong< Less
Fen Zhuang Lou 71-80Hui [Chinese] By Guanzhong Luo
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Luo Ben (c. 1330–1400, or c.1280-1360), better known by his... More > courtesy name Guanzhong (Mandarin pronunciation: [lu̯o ku̯anʈʂʊŋ]), was a Chinese writer who lived during the Yuan and Ming periods. He was also known by his pseudonym Huhai Sanren (Chinese: 湖海散人; pinyin: Húhǎi Sǎnrén; literally: "Leisure Man of Lakes and Seas")[citation needed]. Luo was attributed with writing Romance of the Three Kingdoms and editing Water Margin, the first two of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature.The place of Luo's birth and date are a controversial question. One possibility[citation needed] was that he was from Taiyuan, and lived in the late Yuan Dynasty and early Ming Dynasty by the record of his contemporary, the playwright Jia Zhongming (賈仲明), who said that he had met him in 1364[citation needed]. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luo_Guanzhong< Less
Fen Zhuang Lou 21-30Hui [Chinese] By Guanzhong Luo
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Luo Ben (c. 1330–1400, or c.1280-1360), better known by his... More > courtesy name Guanzhong (Mandarin pronunciation: [lu̯o ku̯anʈʂʊŋ]), was a Chinese writer who lived during the Yuan and Ming periods. He was also known by his pseudonym Huhai Sanren (Chinese: 湖海散人; pinyin: Húhǎi Sǎnrén; literally: "Leisure Man of Lakes and Seas")[citation needed]. Luo was attributed with writing Romance of the Three Kingdoms and editing Water Margin, the first two of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature.The place of Luo's birth and date are a controversial question. One possibility[citation needed] was that he was from Taiyuan, and lived in the late Yuan Dynasty and early Ming Dynasty by the record of his contemporary, the playwright Jia Zhongming (賈仲明), who said that he had met him in 1364[citation needed]. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luo_Guanzhong< Less
Fen Zhuang Lou 31-40Hui [Chinese] By Guanzhong Luo
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Luo Ben (c. 1330–1400, or c.1280-1360), better known by his... More > courtesy name Guanzhong (Mandarin pronunciation: [lu̯o ku̯anʈʂʊŋ]), was a Chinese writer who lived during the Yuan and Ming periods. He was also known by his pseudonym Huhai Sanren (Chinese: 湖海散人; pinyin: Húhǎi Sǎnrén; literally: "Leisure Man of Lakes and Seas")[citation needed]. Luo was attributed with writing Romance of the Three Kingdoms and editing Water Margin, the first two of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature.The place of Luo's birth and date are a controversial question. One possibility[citation needed] was that he was from Taiyuan, and lived in the late Yuan Dynasty and early Ming Dynasty by the record of his contemporary, the playwright Jia Zhongming (賈仲明), who said that he had met him in 1364[citation needed]. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luo_Guanzhong< Less
Fen Zhuang Lou 11-20Hui [Chinese] By Guanzhong Luo
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Luo Ben (c. 1330–1400, or c.1280-1360), better known by his... More > courtesy name Guanzhong (Mandarin pronunciation: [lu̯o ku̯anʈʂʊŋ]), was a Chinese writer who lived during the Yuan and Ming periods. He was also known by his pseudonym Huhai Sanren (Chinese: 湖海散人; pinyin: Húhǎi Sǎnrén; literally: "Leisure Man of Lakes and Seas")[citation needed]. Luo was attributed with writing Romance of the Three Kingdoms and editing Water Margin, the first two of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature.The place of Luo's birth and date are a controversial question. One possibility[citation needed] was that he was from Taiyuan, and lived in the late Yuan Dynasty and early Ming Dynasty by the record of his contemporary, the playwright Jia Zhongming (賈仲明), who said that he had met him in 1364[citation needed]. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luo_Guanzhong< Less

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