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Chinese culture, Philosophy, history and language

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Articles on Chinese Culture, Philosophy, History and Language


Daoist (Taoist) Immortals

The immortals of the flat peaches. These 10 immortals are often pictured in Chinese legends and parables.


DaoDeChing (Tao Te Ching)

English translation of the Chinese Dao De Ching (Tao Te Ching).


Buddhism in the West

The largest Buddhist monastery in the Western hemisphere...Its ancient Chinese architecture and pristine grounds are a stark contrast to the neighborhood traffic and telephone lines.


The Eight Trigrams of the I-Ching (Yijing)

Understanding the eight trigrams and the two primary trigram arrangements can provide great insight into a study of the I-Ching as well as patterns in nature and life.


From India to China: Transformations in Buddhist Philosophy

Buddhism didn't march into China with the entourage of the 28th Patriarch, but rather trickled in--the way most ideologies with staying power latch themselves to the minds and imaginations of a people.


Daoist Alchemy

Like many spiritual traditions which are quite old, Daoism’s language grew from archaic languages and ways of speaking from long ago. As such it has gone through many misinterpretations due to translations of translations, as well as differing people’s simple lack of real understanding.


The Butterfly Dream

To students of Daoism, Zhuangzi's Butterfly Dream is perhaps the best parable and has been the topic of philosophical discussions for centuries.



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