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Chinese Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science and by Yu Guangyuan (auth.), Fan Dainian, Robert S. Cohen (eds.)

By Yu Guangyuan (auth.), Fan Dainian, Robert S. Cohen (eds.)

The articles during this assortment have been all chosen from the 1st 5 volumes of the Journal of Dialectics of Nature released through the chinese language Academy of Sciences among 1979 and 1985. The Journal used to be proven in 1979 as a complete theoretical booklet in regards to the background, philosophy and sociology of the traditional sciences. it all started booklet as a reaction to China's reform, fairly the coverage of beginning to the surface international. chinese language students started to adopt precise, unique learn in those fields. This assortment presents a cross-section in their efforts throughout the preliminary section.
To let western students to appreciate the historic technique of this modification in chinese language lecturers, Yu Guangyuan's `On the Emancipation of the brain' and Xu Liangying's `Essay at the position of technological know-how and Democracy in Society' were integrated during this assortment.
3 of the papers integrated at the philosophy of technology are discussions of philosophical concerns in cosmology and biology by way of scientists themselves. the remainder 4 are written via philosophers of technological know-how and talk about info and cognition, homeostasis and chinese language conventional medication, the I Ching (Yi Jing) and arithmetic, and so on.
Papers were chosen at the historical past of either classical and glossy technology and know-how, the main specified of that are macro-comparisons of the improvement of technology in China and the west. a few papers talk about the problem of the demarcation of classes within the background of technological know-how, the historical past of historic chinese language arithmetic, astronomy, metallurgy, equipment, medication, and so on. Others talk about the heritage of contemporary physics and biology, the historical past of historiography of technology in China and the historical past of nearby improvement of chinese language technology and know-how.
additionally integrated are biographies of 3 post-eighteenth-century chinese language students, Li Shanlan (1811-1882), Hua Hengfang (1833&endash;1902), and Cai Yuanpei (1868&endash;1940), who contributed significantly to the creation of western technological know-how and scholarship to China. additionally, 3 brief papers were incorporated introducing the interactions among chinese language students and 3 nice western scientists, Niels Bohr, Norbert Wiener, and Robert A. Millikan.

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Mother of Knowledge: The Enlightenment of Ye-Shes by Nam-Mkha'i-Snyi

By Nam-Mkha'i-Snyi

This biography of Yeshe Tsogyal, the nearest disciple of Padmasambhava, is written by means of one in every of her fellow disciples. The publication tells the dramatic tale of her flight from domestic, her lifestyles as a queen of Tibet, the levels of her non secular education, and her enlightened accomplishments. an important lady within the Nyingma lineage, she acquired all of Padmasambhava's teachings and used to be instrumental in transmitting them to destiny generations. this article demonstrates the characteristics and attitudes crucial for the pursuit of the Vajrayana. A rediscovered Terma textual content. followed for classes at 5 universities. contains complete colour thankas, line drawings, map, and thesaurus.

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Chinese Herbal Medicine: Modern Applications of Traditional by Chongyun Liu, Angela Tseng

By Chongyun Liu, Angela Tseng

A roadmap for simply navigating during the complexities of chinese language natural medication, Chinese natural drugs: smooth purposes of conventional Formulas provides information regarding natural formulation in a pragmatic and easy-to-access structure. Bridging the distance among school room learn and the medical surroundings, the e-book provides info on disorder indicators and their corresponding chinese language natural formulation. Drawing from greater than twenty years of expertise, the writer comprises greater than 840 formulation that may be used to tailor natural formulation to satisfy the explicit wishes of each sufferer. Integrating conventional medication with allopathic terminology, the e-book offers quickly connection with either chinese language and Western diagnoses.

Part I offers the natural formulation in tables, giving speedy and simple entry to the data. half II includes allopathic signs indexed in alphabetical order inside every one bankruptcy. those sections enable clients to match backward and forward among TCM and allopathic diagnoses.

In addition, half III lists 640 unmarried herbs prepared by way of the normal chinese language medication class approach and arranged into tables in order that practitioners can speedy experiment for the similarities and alterations of every herb. a few cross-referenced indexes make it effortless to discover unmarried herbs and natural formulation both by means of their Pinyin, English, or Botanical Latin identify. The wealth of knowledge and variety of subject matters lined mixed with the easy presentation make the ebook an invaluable medical computer reference and advisor for practitioners and scholars.

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Chinese Medicine in Early Communist China, 1945-63: A by Kim Taylor

By Kim Taylor

Utilizing unique assets, this significant text appears to be like on the transformation of chinese language drugs from a marginal, side-lined scientific perform of the early 20th century, to a necessary and high-profile a part of the nationwide health-care procedure below the chinese language Communist social gathering. The political, fiscal and social causes which drove this promoting are analyzed and the extreme position that chinese language drugs used to be intended to play in Mao Zedong's revolution is totally explored for the 1st time, creating a significant contribution to the background of chinese language medication.

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Gao Xingjian's idea of theatre: from the word to the image by Izabella Labędzka, Barend J Haar

By Izabella Labędzka, Barend J Haar

This publication argues that Gao Xingjian's suggestion of Theatre can in basic terms be defined through his wide wisdom and use of varied chinese language and Western theatrical, literary, inventive and philosophical traditions. the writer goals to teach how Gao's theories of the theatre of anti-illusion, theatre of wide awake conference, of the "poor theatre" and overall theatre, of the impartial actor and the actor - jester - storyteller are derived  

Chinese avant-garde: new tendencies in chinese language exploratory and experimental theatre
Actor within the house of phantasm and anti-illusion
New narrative strategies
From realism to sur-realism: poets of the absurd and the grotesque
Between existence and loss of life, truth and dream: in the direction of an oneiric imagination
In seek of the complete theatre

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Chinese Slanguage: A Fun Visual Guide to Mandarin Terms and by Mike Ellis

By Mike Ellis

It's basic: stick to the illustrated activates and skim the English phrases out loud, and shortly you'll be talking chinese language. this convenient, easy-to-read language advisor is simple to hold and offers the elemental words you would like whereas touring, asking instructions, or ordering nutrients at a restaurant. additionally it is words for scientific or criminal emergencies, in addition to terminology for resorts, airports, etc. yet such a lot of all, it's simply undeniable enjoyable!

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Celebrate! Top picks from the Chinese table by Mrs Leong Yee Soo

By Mrs Leong Yee Soo

Celebrate! best selections from the chinese language desk promises to decorate your dinner desk with 28 vintage recipes from The better of Singapore’s Recipes series, a six-book number of favourites from the overdue Mrs Leong Yee Soo, culinary matriarch and the main authority on Singapore food.

Specially chosen to boost any social gathering or collecting, this fundamental choice of recipes contains all-time favourites corresponding to seven-treasure steamed duck, yu sang and braised scorching pot in addition to conventional crowd-pleasing snacks equivalent to highly spiced prawn rolls, pineapple brownies and kuih bangkit.

With unique snippets at the diets of the 12 animals of the chinese language zodiac, this publication makes a terrific reward and is an absolute must-have for all occasions!

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Foreign Accents: Chinese American Verse from Exclusion to by Steven G. Yao

By Steven G. Yao

Overseas Accents examines a number of the transpacific signifying concepts during which poets of chinese language descent within the U.S. have sought to symbolize cultural culture of their articulations of an ethnic subjectivity, in chinese language in addition to in English. In assessing either the dynamics and the politics of poetic expression via writers enticing with a selected cultural history, the examine develops a basic idea of ethnic literary construction that clarifies the importance of "Asian American" literature relating to either other kinds of U.S. "minority discourse," in addition to canonical "American" literature extra mostly. whilst, it maps an accelerated textual area and a brand new method for Asian American literary reviews that may be additional explored by means of students of different traditions. Yao discusses a number of works, together with Ezra Pound's Cathay and the Angel Island poems. He examines the careers of 4 modern Chinese/American poets: Ha Jin, Li-young Lee, Marilyn Chin, and John Yau, every one of whom bears a particular courting to the linguistic and cultural culture she or he seeks to symbolize. particularly, Yao investigates the diversity of rhetorical and formal recommendations in which those writers have sought to include chinese language tradition and, specially, language of their works. Combining such research with wide social contextualization, international Accents delineates an old poetics of chinese language American verse from the early 20th century to the current.

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