Taoism book—“Tao de ching”(Taoist scriptures, Morals and Tolerance)–Tolerance

Excerpts of Tolerance:   祸兮福倚,福兮祸伏。 There’s auspiciousness in calamity and vice versa.   不平则鸣,物之常性,达人大观,与物不竞。 Making voice when felt dissatisfactory and iniquitous is the normality of human. However, philosophers could hold themselves from this world by thoroughly penetration.   顾大体者,不区区于小节;顾大事者,不屑屑于细故。视大圭者,不察察于微玷;得大木者,不怏怏于末蠹。 The person who can be considered overall situation never stickle on little blemish; the person who…Read more Taoism book—“Tao de ching”(Taoist scriptures, Morals and Tolerance)–Tolerance

Book-“The ugly American”

Written by Willian J.Lederer and Eugene.Burdick. "Deep-rooted bad habits-citizens' bad quality" has multifarious manifestations from this diversified world- different countries with discrepant culture.  In china: book : "the ugly Chinaman"-"Deep-rooted bad habits" Only culture can make us know each other and esteem each other.     Preamble:   “Americans seem to live and breathe and function by paradox; but…Read more Book-“The ugly American”

The beginning of China’s modern novels- satire and critical literature-“The scream”

"The True Story of Ah Q" from collection "The scream"written by LuXun formerly known as ZhouShuRen in 1918-1922 was China’s first satire.   LuXun wanted to alert the chinese and this society   LuXun sympathized his misfortune but felt angry about his self-deception. He hoped that he could awaken this society and the Chinese by his acerbic…Read more The beginning of China’s modern novels- satire and critical literature-“The scream”

Book–“the ugly chinaman”

This book was written by a Taiwan history author--BoYang and published in 1985. This book authentically reflected the psychology of the Chinese. Some Chinese are despicable and you have to judge by heart not by sight. Especially— their words--which words are credible and which words are untrue.    This was the collection of Boyang's speech…Read more Book–“the ugly chinaman”

Ghost story-Nie xiaoqian

Movie"倩女幽魂" This comic book adapted from original article of Pu songLing(蒲松龄) Characters: Nie Xiaoqian Ling caichen Original article:   宁采臣,浙人。性慷爽,廉隅自重[1]。每对人言:“生平无二色。” 适赴金华,至北郭,解装兰若。寺中殿塔壮丽;然蓬蒿没人,似绝行踪。东西僧舍,双扉虚掩;惟南一小舍,扃键如新。又顾殿东隅,修竹拱把;阶下有巨池,野藕已花。意甚乐其幽杳。会学使案临,城舍价昂, 思便留止,遂散步以待僧归。日暮,有士人来,启南扉。宁趋为礼,且告以意。士人曰:“此间无房主,仆亦侨居。能甘荒落,旦晚惠教,幸甚。”宁喜,藉藁代床,支板作几,为久客计。是夜,月明高洁,清光似水,二人促膝殿廊,各展姓字。士人自言:“燕姓,字赤霞。”宁疑为赴试诸生,而听其音声,殊不类浙。诘之,自言:“秦人。”语甚朴诚。既而相对词竭,遂拱别归寝。.......................................   Summery:   Ling met ghost Nie when lodged in a desolate temple at night. Yaksha forced Nie to slaughter human but Nie's merciful and hoped could get away from yaksha. Ling took…Read more Ghost story-Nie xiaoqian