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中国: 古典

300 Song Lyrics (Bilingual Edition)

Author: Xu Yuanzhong
Order No. 6089
ISBN-13: 9787040139457
ISBN-10: 7040139456
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Higher Education Press
Pub Year: 2003
Pages: 675
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 6 x 8.5
Price: $39.95

Two thousand years ago, the Chinese created the Book of Songs, and one thousand years ago they created the Song lyrics. The Song lyrics are considered the most beautiful of ancient Chinese poetry because they can express more refined, more delicate and more subtle feelings than, say, Tang poetry. Three hundred Song lyrics are presented in this beautifully bound, gold-lettered book. Some of the writers of Song lyrics featured in this bilingual edition are Sima Guang, Wang Anshi, Wang Anguo, Yan Jidao and Su Shi.



300 Tang Poems (Bilingual Edition)

Author: Xu Yuanzhong
Order No. 6088
ISBN-13: 9787040086423
ISBN-10: 7040086425
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Higher Education Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 633
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 6 x 8.5
Price: $39.95

Three hundred poems from the Tang dynasty are presented in this beautifully bound, golden-lettered book. The preface gives a history of the several translated collections of Tang poetry and the process of translating the poems from Chinese to English. Some of the poets featured are Yu Shinan, Kong Shaoan, Wang Ji, Han Shan, Shangguan Yi, Wang Bo, Yang Jiong, Luo Binwang and Wei Chengqing.



A Dream of Red Mansions (I, II, III)

Author: Cao Xueqin
Order No. 6042
ISBN-13: 9787119016436
ISBN-10: 7119016431
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1995
Pages: 1886
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Language: English
Price: $79.50

Also known as Hong Lou Meng, this is arguably China's greatest literary masterpiece. It's a chronicle of a noble family in the eighteenth century. The splendor of enchanting gardens, pleasure pavilions and daily life of the most sophisticated refinements hides the realities of decay and self-destruction.

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A Dream of Red Mansions (I-IV)

Author: Cao Xueqin & Gao E
Order No. 6038
ISBN-13: 9787119006437
ISBN-10: 7119006436
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 711
Language: English
Price: $49.95

Also known as Hong Lou Meng, this is arguably China's greatest literary masterpiece. It's a chronicle of a noble family in the eighteenth century. The splendor of enchanting gardens, pleasure pavilions and daily life of the most sophisticated refinements hides the realities of decay and self-destruction.

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This is an oversized/over-thick/overweighed title. For INTERNATIONAL orders, additional shipping fees may apply. Please email us at info@homabooks.com to inquiry about specific shipping rates to your country before placing your order.



A Dream Under the Southern Bough

Author: Tang Xianzu
Order No. 6094
ISBN-13: 9787119032702
ISBN-10: 7119032704
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2003
Pages: 307
Language: English
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $18.75

The play抯 hero Chunyu Fen, a discharged army officer, dream that he enters an ant hole and eventually marries the daughter of the king of the ants. The king appoints Chunyu Fen to a high position and for some 20 years, he pursues an illustrious career. However, following the death of his wife, Chunyu Fen's downfall is engineered by a political rival. The king has Chunyu Fen arrested and expelled from the realm. With b&w illustrations.



A Selection of Chinese Classic Poems with Illustrations

Order No. 6086
Author: Ren Guang.
ISBN-13: 9787505402409
ISBN-10: 7505402404
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Morning Glory Press
Year: 2001
Pages: 63
Size: 11x7
Language: English
Price: $15.00

Fifty-three selections of Chinese classic poems with illustrations.



A Taoist Miscellany

Author: Yuan Guang
Order No. 6027
ISBN-13: 9787119021638
ISBN-10: 711902163X
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1999
Pages: 268
Language: English
Price: $17.50

One-hundred eleven stories drawn from the rich collection of Taoist lore.

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Amazing Tales: First Series

Author: Ling Mengchu
Order No. 6078
ISBN-13: 9787507103984
ISBN-10: 7507103986
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: China Literature Press
Pub Year: 1998
Pages: 359
Language: English
Price: $24.00

Written by Ling Mengchu (1580-1644), a famous writer of vernacular stories, Amazing Tales have topped the 'best-loved' works of Chinese fiction in the last few centuries. In closely-knit plots, often punctuated with surprising denouements and evocative colloquial language, these stories cover a wide range of subjects. Eighteen stories are collected here.





Amazing Tales: Second Series

Author: Ling Mengchu
Order No. 6085
ISBN-13: 9787507104011
ISBN-10: 750710401X
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: China Literature Press
Price: $25.00

Nineteen more "best-loved" works of fictional China by the famous 17th century Chinese writer of vernacular stories. With b&w illustrations.



An Anthology of Popular Ancient Chinese Poems

汉英对照《千家诗》

Author: Translated by Guo Zhuzhang
Order No. 6135
ISBN-13: 9787307038165
ISBN-10: 7307038161
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Wuhan University Press
Pub Year: 2005
Language: Simplified Chinese-English
Size: 4.5 x 7.25
Page: 541
Price: $16.95

The source book of this English translation is Qian Jia Shi (Poems by a Thousand Poets.) The word 搕housand in the title is used in its literary sense --many. In fact, there are only 226 poems in the book by 126 renowned poets, mostly in the Tang and Song dynasties,

The book is arranged by the verse form: seven-character jueju (four-line verse); seven-character lushi (eight-line verse); five-character jueju (four-line verse); and five-character lushi (eight-line verse).

For the convenience of readers and their better understanding of the original poems and the translations, the book contains two appendices in English: The Biographies of the Poets and The Biographies of the Translators.



Analects of Confucius

Author: Confucius
Order No. 6095
ISBN-13: 9787800524073
ISBN-10: 7800524078
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Sinolingua Press
Pub Year: 2003
Pages: 330
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $12.95

Analects of Confucius records the sayings and deeds of the great thinker and educator Confucius. Compiled by Confucius抯 followers after their master抯 death, the analects cover a wide range of topics, from politics, literature and art, to education and moral cultivation. With a free approach taken in translating it into both modern Chinese and English, it is indispensable material for the study of the Master抯 thought, as well as having valuable supplementary language material. With b&w illustrations.



Analects of Confucius

Author: Confucius
Order No. 6104
ISBN-13: 9787805513263
ISBN-10: 7805513260
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Shandong Friendship Press
Pub Year: 1998; Some tear & wear on the cover from shipping and storage;
Pages: 345
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $23.95

Analects of Confucius records the sayings and deeds of the great thinker and educator Confucius. Compiled by Confucius抯 followers after their master抯 death, the analects cover a wide range of topics, from politics, literature and art, to education and moral cultivation.

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Ancient Chinese Fables

Author: Translated by Yang Xianyi, et al.
Order No. 6058
ISBN-13: 9787119028873
ISBN-10: 7119028871
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 263
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $9.30

Popular ancient Chinese fables.

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Ancient Chinese literature: Fiction

Author: Wang Qingyun
Order No. 6110
ISBN-13: 9787800528873
ISBN-10: 7800528871
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Sinolingua Press
Pub Year: 2003
Pages: 289
Language: Simplified Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $24.95

Textbook of the course Chinese Ancient Literature for senior foreign students of Chinese language in China and related courses overseas. It suits one academic year抯 study. The feature of this book is that it allows the students to enjoy the works selected as well as learning about the history of Chinese ancient fictions.

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Ancient Chinese Literature: Fiction, Order No. 6110, ISBN: 7800528871
Ancient Chinese Literature: Poetry, Order No. 6111, ISBN: 7802000467




Ancient Chinese literature: Poetry

Author: Wang Qingyun
Order No. 6111
ISBN-13: 9787802000469
ISBN-10: 7802000467
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Sinolingua Press
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 274
Language: Simplified Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $23.95

Textbook of the course Chinese Ancient Literature for senior foreign students of Chinese language in China and related courses overseas. It suits one academic year抯 study. The feature of this book is that it allows the students to enjoy the poems selected as well as learning about the history of Chinese ancient poety.

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Ancient Chinese Literature: Fiction, Order No. 6110, ISBN: 7800528871
Ancient Chinese literature: Poetry, Order No. 6111, ISBN: 7802000467




Autumn in the Han Palace

Author: Ma Zhiyuan
Order No. 6048
ISBN-13: 9787800055942
ISBN-10: 7800055949
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2002
Pages: 299
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $14.30

This novel relates the tragic story of the love between Emperor Yuan of Han and his concubine Wang Zhaojun. The story is set during the transitional period between the Jin and Yuan dynasties and the degeneration of feudal rulers. Adapted from drama into prose form.



Book of Songs: An Unexpurgated Translation

Author: Xu Yuanzhong
Order No. 6084
ISBN-13: 9787507102345
ISBN-10: 7507102343
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: China Literature Press
Pub Year: 1994
Pages: 360
Language: English
Price: $11.80

Consisting of 305 poems, the earliest part of the Book of Songs dates from 1714 B.C. Its themes cover a wide cross-section of Chinese society, describing its complex social life, and the populace's ideas and sentiments. The book is remarkable for its vivid and refined use of a rich vocabulary, life-like characterisation and imagery, and soul touching narration and descriptions. A gem of China抯 literature and history.



Cai Gen Tan: My Crude Philosophy of Life

Author: Hong Yingming
Order No. 6013
ISBN-13: 9787543827264
ISBN-10: 7543827263
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Hunan People's Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 309
Language: English and Chinese
Price: $18.00

Quotes from a Ming Dynasty scholar.



Chuang-Tzu: A Taoist Classic

Author: Translated by Fung Yu-Lan
Order No. 6016
ISBN-13: 9787119001043
ISBN-10: 7119001043
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1998
Pages: 150
Size: 6 x 9
Language: English

English translation of Chuang-Tzu by the renowned professor Feng You-Lan.
Price: $14.90




Classic Chinese Love Poems

Author: Qiu Xiaolong
Order No. 6096
ISBN-13: 9787806812198
ISBN-10: 7806812199
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Press
Pub Year: 2003
Pages: 191
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Price: $12.95

For this introductory volume Qiu Xiaolong has chosen a number of well-known love poems from China抯 long literary history. In particular, he chose those from the great Tang period (618-906), which have remained alive and on people抯 lips ever since they were written. Most of the selection here date from that period; the rest were penned during the later dynasties梩he Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing. With b&w illustrations.



Confucius as a Teacher

Author: Chen Jingpan
Order No. 6018
ISBN-13: 9787119010076
ISBN-10: 7119010077
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1994
Pages: 522
Size: 5.5 x 8
Language: English
Price: $15.00

Well-Known Confucian Scholar Probes the Meaning of Confucius' Teachings and the Implications of His Thought.



Confucius Speaks: The Message of the Benevolent (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--孔子说(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6118
ISBN-13: 9787801884978
ISBN-10: 7801884973
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 138
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Confucius thoughts. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes the life of Confucius and his analects for the reader of today, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of Confucius through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

All Titles in Traditional Chinese Culture Series



Confucius : A Novel

Author: Yang Shu'an
Order No. 6082
ISBN-13: 9787507101362
ISBN-10: 7507101363
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: China Literature Press
Pub Year: 1997
Pages: 382
Language: English
Price: $27.90

Over the course of two millennia, countless books have been written about Confucius. But this current work by Yang Shu'an, an author of historical fiction, retells the life of Confucius in a full-length novel that displays a masterful and intimate knowledge of that era. Yang endows his portrayal of the great sage with a strong sense of history, providing a keen insight into the cultural milieu of Confucius's time.



Creation of the Gods I (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--封神榜 I(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Order No. 6141
ISBN-13: 9787800289057
ISBN-10: 7800289052
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 119
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Creation of the Gods, one of the most important Chinese classics. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes four famous tales from the classic work through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 28 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

All Titles in Traditional Chinese Culture Series



Creation of the Gods II (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--封神榜 II(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Order No. 6142
ISBN-13: 9787801888495
ISBN-10: 7801888499
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2007
Pages: 121
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Creation of the Gods, one of the most important Chinese classics. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes six famous tales from the classic work through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 28 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

All Titles in Traditional Chinese Culture Series



Dharma Sutra (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--法句经(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6127
ISBN-13: 9787801887153
ISBN-10: 7801887158
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 130
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of the early Buddhist classics originated about 350 BC. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes 305 verses for the reader of today, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of Buddhism through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

All Titles in Traditional Chinese Culture Series



Du Fu Selected Poems

Author: Translated by Rewi Alley
Order No. 6059
ISBN-13: 9787119028897
ISBN-10: 7119028898
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 351
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $10.40

Contains a choice selection of representative poems by Du Fu, one of the Tang Dynasty's greatest poets.

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Ghosts and Wizards: Fables and Fairy Tales from Late China (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--聊斋志异(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6131
ISBN-13: 9787801886521
ISBN-10: 7801886526
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 121
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of the renowned Qing dynasty writer Pu Songling抯 influential look at the odd, the peculiar and the supernatural. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes 12 tales for the reader of today through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

All Titles in Traditional Chinese Culture Series



Golden Boy and Jade Maiden

Author: Meng Chengshun
Order No. 6049
ISBN-13: 9787800056451
ISBN-10: 7800056457
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2002
Pages: 413
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $15.00

This tragedy, handed down since the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), is a love story between Wang Jiaoniang and Shen Chun who pine and die for each other. Adapted from drama into prose form.



Great Learning The Middle Path: The Pinnacle of Virture Living a Life of Harmony (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--大学中庸(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6124
ISBN-13: 9787801886583
ISBN-10: 7801886585
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 136
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of some basic teachings of Confucius. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes over 100 pieces of the correct Way and the absolute Principle of the world for the reader of today, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of Confucius through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

All Titles in Traditional Chinese Culture Series



Han Feizi Speaks: The Power of Pragmatism (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--韩非子(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6119
ISBN-13: 9787801886538
ISBN-10: 7801886534
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 107
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Han Feizi抯 theories. Han Feizi was a prince of the state of Han in the waning years of the Warring States period (475-221 B.C.) in China. The theoretical topics he found most compelling were governing through punishments and rewards, names versus actuality, rule by law, and methods of statecraft. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes over 100 ancient stories for the reader of today, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of Han Feizi through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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Heart Sutra (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--心经(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6130
ISBN-13: 9787801887160
ISBN-10: 7801887166
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 114
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of one of the Buddhist sutras. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes more than 60 verses of the sutra for the reader of today, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of Buddhism through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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History Speaks: The Four Princess of the Warring States (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--史记(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6121
ISBN-13: 9787801886552
ISBN-10: 7801886550
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 123
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of the selections from China抯 greatest historical work The Historian抯 Records by Sima Qian. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes historical stories of four princes for the reader of today, bringing to life the historical events 5000 to 2000 years ago through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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I Ching: The Illustrated Book of Changes
Order No. 6087
Author: Stockwell Foster.
ISBN-13: 9787119019918
ISBN-10: 7119019910
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Year: 1993
Pages: 456
Size: 5x8
Language: English
Price: $24.95

The Book of Changes, or Yi Jing (known in the West as I Ching), is China's oldest philosophical text extant. Its origins are lost in the mists of time, but scholars believe the first compilation was done early in the Zhou Dynasty. Based on a divination system using eight basic trigrams (groups of solid and broken lines), permutations of 64 pairs of trigrams were worked out. Over the ages pithy commentaries were added.

The Book of Changes charts the movements and developments (hence, 'changes') of all the universe's phenomena. Many regard it as a complete system of philosophy in itself. Emperors, statesmen and generals throughout Chinese history consulted it.

Revered by Confucius, the Book of Changes was included in the five classics of Confucianism. It was one of the few books spared when Emperor Qin Shi Huang (259-210 B.C.) ordered the burning of previous dynasties' works. The Illustrated Book of Changes is a venerable classic made available to readers of modern Chinese and English. The 64 hexagrams and their traditional commentaries are explained with illustrations, and the Chinese text has been written by leading calligraphers.



Into the Porcelain Pillow: 101 Tales from Records of the Taiping Era

Author: Hu Kaimin
Order No. 6033
ISBN-13: 9787119020112
ISBN-10: 7119020110
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1998
Pages: 313
Language: English
Price: $19.30

Marvelous stories of imagination and creativity.

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Journey To the West (I, II, III)

Author: Wu Chengen
Order No. 6043
ISBN-13: 9787119006536
ISBN-10: 7119006533
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1990
Pages: 1851
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Language: English
Price: $49.50

This is a well-known mythological classic of Chinese literature derived from traditional folktales. It depicts the adventurous journey of Priest Sanzang and his three disciples--Monkey, Pig and Griar Sand--in search of Buddhist Sutras.

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Journey To the West (I-IV)

Author: Wu Chengen
Order No. 6039
ISBN-13: 9787119016634
ISBN-10: 7119016636
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1997
Pages: 2346
Language: English
Price: $49.95

This is a well-known mythological classic of Chinese literature derived from traditional folktales. It depicts the adventurous journey of Priest Sanzang and his three disciples--Monkey, Pig and Griar Sand--in search of Buddhist Sutras.

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Journey to the West I (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--西游记 I(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Order No. 6139
ISBN-13: 9787800289040
ISBN-10: 7800289044
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 134
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Journey to the West, one of the four most important Chinese classic novels. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes six famous tales from Journey to the West through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 28 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

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Journey to the West II (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--西游记 II(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Order No. 6140
ISBN-13: 9787800289071
ISBN-10: 7800289079
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 176
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $11.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Journey to the West, one of the four most important Chinese classic novels. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes ten famous tales from Journey to the West through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 28 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

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Laozi: A Novel

Author: Yang Shu'an
Order No. 6083
ISBN-13: 9787507103526
ISBN-10: 7507103528
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: China Literature Press
Pub Year: 1997
Pages: 340
Language: English
Price: $18.60

Yang Shu'an, a prolific novelist of historical subjects, presents a life-like portrayal of the ancient Chinese thinker through vivid descriptions of his spirit, behaviour, activities, thoughts and personality.



Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai

Author: Zhao Qingge
Order No. 6098
ISBN-13: 9787800054112
ISBN-10: 780005411X
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 200
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $11.95

Often compared to the Shakespearian characters Romeo and Juliet, the love story of Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingtai is very popular among the Chinese people. This folktale is one of the finest works of ancient Chinese literature. This current bilingual edition, with its parallel English and Chinese text, was adapted from all currently available versions of the story梖rom popular storytelling to film梐nd is presented here in novel form. With b&w illustrations.

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Liezi Speaks: Thoughts to Ride the Wind (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--列子说(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6128
ISBN-13: 9787801886514
ISBN-10: 7801886518
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 138
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of the Dao classics. It is one of the three great texts of philosophical Daoism, and the one with the most dispassionate wisdom and unaffected nature. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes over 60 stories for the reader of today, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of Daoism through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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Literary Sketches from the Past

Author: Gan Bao
Order No. 6091
ISBN-13: 9787800056536
ISBN-10: 7800056538
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2002
Pages: 208
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $13.95

This book contains 26 stories including 揟he Man Who Sold a Ghost, 揟he Prince of Suiyang抯 Daughter, 揌an Ping and His Wife, 揓i Kang and the Headless Ghost, 揟he Lady of the White Stream, 揟he Sword-Maker, 揟he Tiantai Mountain Stream and 揟he Power Girl. With b&w illustrations.



Madam White Snake (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--白蛇传(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6129
ISBN-13: 9787801887696
ISBN-10: 7801887697
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 73
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $7.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of a well-known legendary folktale about the love story between a snake spirit who transformed to a female human (Madam White Snake) and a young male human Xu Xian. The book tells the incredible story through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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Masterpieces By Modern Chinese Writers

Author:
Order No. 6073
ISBN-13: 9787119025247
ISBN-10: 7119025244
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 1640
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $24.50

Includes the Goddesses, Dayanhe--My Wet-Nurse, Thunderstorm, Teahouse, Garden of Repose, the Shop of the Lin Family, Mao Zedong Poems and the True Story of Ah Q. Pocket size.

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Mencius

Order No. 6002
ISBN-13: 9787543820852
ISBN-10: 7543820854
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Hunan People's Press & Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 354
Language: English & Chinese
Price: $19.00

Record of a great thinker and educator from ancient China.



Mencius (Mengzi)

Author:
Order No. 6037
ISBN-13: 9787805514147
ISBN-10: 7805514143
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Shandong Friendship Press
Pub Year: 1998
Pages: 547
Size: 5.5 x 8
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $25.00

Complete works of Mencius.

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Mencius Speaks: The Cure for Chaos (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--孟子说(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6120
ISBN-13: 9787801885371
ISBN-10: 7801885376
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 110
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Mencius thoughts. Heir to the philosophy of Confucius, Mencius was educated by the pupils of Zisi, Confucius grandson. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes over 100 Mencius talks for the reader of today, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of the second to Confucius sage through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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Outlaws of the Marsh (I, II, III)

Author: Shi Naian
Order No. 6045
ISBN-13: 9787119017358
ISBN-10: 7119017357
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1995
Pages: 1605
Language: English
Price: $69.90

A great classic of Chinese literature, also known as Water Margin and All Men are Brothers, this is an exciting account of the adventures of a bold brigand army, much like Robin Hood and his merry men, battling against tyrannical rulers. One of the best known and most respected Chinese novels, for good reason. This is the hard bound 3 volume set.

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Outlaws of the Marsh (I-IV)

Author: Shi Naian
Order No. 6041
ISBN-13: 9787119016627
ISBN-10: 7119016628
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1988
Pages: 2149
Language: English
Price: $49.95

A great classic of Chinese literature, also known as Water Margin and All Men Are Brothers, this is an exciting account of a bold brigand army's adventures.

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Over the Wall--Tales From Ancient Chinese Plays

Author: Chen Meilin
Order No. 6034
ISBN-13: 9787119003429
ISBN-10: 7119003429
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1997
Pages: 313
Language: English
Price: $15.70

The fourteen plays present city life in a style popular with the ordinary townspeople of the Yuan Dynasty.



Picture Reading Classic: Sun Zi

经典图读:孙子兵法

Author: Li Qingshan
Order No. 6136
ISBN-13: 9787532611737
ISBN-10: 7532611736
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Shanghai Lexicographical Publishing House
Pub Year: 2003
Language: Simplified Chinese-English
Size: 7 x 10.5
Page: 158
Price: $19.95

The book introduces the 13 war strategies by Sun Zi with the help of many gorgeous pictures and photos. In this book, each strategy has a brief introduction, the original text, notes, translations in modern mandarin Chinese and English, and the pictures and photos that match the content. The book also introduces the life of Sun Wu, the author of Sun Zi, and has an appendix that lists critical reviews of Sun Zi by celebrities all over the world.



Poems of Tang and Song Dynasties Author: Translated by Qiu Xiaolong
Order No. 6134
ISBN-13: 9787561743034
ISBN-10: 7561743033
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: East China Normal University Press
Pub Year: 2006
Language: Simplified Chinese, traditional Chinese and English
Size: 6 x 9
Page: 241
Price: $14.95

This book contains 100 most famous poems of Tang and Song dynasties. Each poem has simplified and traditional Chinese version with English translation, accompanied by a colored picture of traditional Chinese painting matching the theme of the poem.

The compiler, Qiu Xiaolong, is himself a poet and translator. His translation of this book takes into account the original meaning of the poems as well as the forms and sounds of poetry, making reading the book a real enjoyment.



Poetry and Prose of the Han, Wei and Six Dynasties

Author:
Order No. 6109
ISBN-13: 9787119033563
ISBN-10: 7119033565
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 226
Language: English
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $11.95

The Han, Wei and Six Dynasties period in China, which lasted from 206 BC to AD 589, was rife with political turmoil, but produced many eminent writers and monumental works. This volume presents some of the most significant literature of this period, including early folk songs, a record of travels, literary criticism and a long narrative poem, and will help to expend readers' interest in Chinese literature.



Poetry and Prose of the Tang and Song

Author: Various
Order No. 6108
ISBN-13: 9787119033556
ISBN-10: 7119033557
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 298
Language: English
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $12.95

The Tang and Song dynasties, spanning more than 600 years from the 8th to the 13th century, saw a period of great economic and cultural development in Chinese society. During this golden age of classical literature, numerous masterpieces were written which have exerted a profound influence ever since.

This collection contains the work of eighteen classical authors, including the major poets Wang Wei, Li Bai, Du Fu, Bai Juyi, Su Shi and Lu You as Well as the great prose stylists Han Yu, Liu Longyuan and Quyang Xiu.

This collection is only a small sample of the voluminous literature of the Tang and Song. However, in its variety, it should prove informative and interesting for specialists and general readers alike.



Romance of the Western Bower

Author: Wang Shifu
Order No. 6004
ISBN-13: 9787543825352
ISBN-10: 754382535
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Hunan People's Press & Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 441
Language: English and Chinese
Price: $22.00

A masterpiece of Chinese classical drama.



Sayings of Buddha (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--佛陀说: 觉者的法音(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Order No. 6138
ISBN-13: 9787800289033
ISBN-10: 7800289036
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 129
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of sayings of Buddha, who is regarded as among the most sagacious Asian prophets. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes the most important and famous sayings of Buddha, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of Buddhism through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Asian and Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 28 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

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Selected Chinese Short Stories of the Tang and Song Dynasties

Author: Yuan Zhen
Order No. 6026
ISBN-13: 9787119020983
ISBN-10: 7119020986
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 304
Language: English
Price: $19.30

Twenty-two stories in this collection are presented as a fair sample of earlier short stories in China.

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Selected Chinese Stories of the Song and Ming Dynasties

Author: Translated by Yang Xianyi and Dai Naidie
Order No. 6050
ISBN-13: 9787119028842
ISBN-10: 7119028847
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 523
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $11.50

This contains eight interesting stories selected from the three collections of short stories edited by Feng Menglong, and two volumes of Amazing Tales edited by Ling Menghu.

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Selected Chinese Tales of the Han, Wei and Six Dynasties

Author: Translated by Yang Xianyi & Gladys Yang
Order No. 6056
ISBN-13: 9787119028859
ISBN-10: 7119028855
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 413
Language: Chinese- English
Price: $10.70

Includes 90 famous tales of the Han, Wei and Six Dynasties.

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Selected Elegies of the State of Chu

Author: Qu Yuan; Translated by Yang Xianyi and Gladys Yang
Order No. 6060
ISBN-13: 9787119028903
ISBN-10: 7119028901
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 163
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $8.60

Contains representative elegies of the State of Chu.

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Selected Fables

Author: Translated by Yang Xianyi and Dai Naidie, et al.
Order No. 6067
ISBN-13: 9787800056550
ISBN-10: 7800056554
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2002
Pages: 312
Language: Chinese-English

Eighty well-known Chinese fables, including 揌ow the Fool Moved the Mountain, are gathered in this collection.

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Selected Plays of Guan Hanqing (1)

Author: Translated by Yang Xianyi and Dai Naidie
Order No. 6051
ISBN-13: 9787119028910
ISBN-10: 711902891X
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 267
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $9.95

Contains "Snow in Summer," "The Wife-Snatcher," "The Butterfly Dream" and "Rescued by a Coquette".

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Selected Plays of Guan Hanqing (2)

Author: Translated by Yang Xianyi and Dai Naidie
Order No. 6052
ISBN-13: 9787119028927
ISBN-10: 7119028928
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 273
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $9.95

Contains "The Riverside Pavilion," "The Jade Mirror Stand," "Lord Guan Goes to the Feast," and "Death of the Winged Tiger General."

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Selected Romances

Author: Translated by Yang Xianyi and Dai Naidie, et al.
Order No. 6066
ISBN-13: 9787800056543
ISBN-10: 7800056546
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2002
Pages: 312
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $14.50

There are 11 popular romantic stories including 揇ragon King抯 Daughter and 揜en the Fox Fairy.

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Selected Satires

Author: Trans. by Kou Zhiming
Order No. 6068
ISBN-13: 9787800056567
ISBN-10: 7800056562
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2002
Pages: 310
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $13.50

Contains 86 satires including "Poor Memory," "Buying a Slave," "Cravings," "The Doctrine of Ultimate Causes," "The Signal of the Bell," "The Stutterer," "A Connoisseur of Watchdogs," "The Use of the Bell" and "Even the Gods Fear Bullies."

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Selected Tang Dynasty Stories

Author: Shen Jiji
Order No. 6054
ISBN-13: 9787119028989
ISBN-10: 7119028987
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 227
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $8.90

This selection of 10 stories from the Tang Dynasty, the golden age of Chinese poetry and short stories, includes "Ren the Fox Fairy" and "The Dragon King抯 Daughter."

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Selections from Records of the Historian

Author: Sima Qian; Translated by Yang Xianyi and Dai Naidie
Order No. 6053
ISBN-13: 9787119028934
ISBN-10: 7119028936
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 497
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $11.50

This is a selection of 18 basic annals, biographies and so forth.

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Selections from Records of the Historian

Author: Sima Qian
Order No. 6069
ISBN-13: 9787800056529
ISBN-10: 780005652X
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2002
Pages: 332
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $13.50

Ten most popular pieces from Sima Qian's Shiji, including "Xiang Yu" and "Jing Ke."

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Selections from Records of the Taiping Era

Author: Li Fang
Order No. 6055
ISBN-13: 9787119028941
ISBN-10: 7119028944
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 525
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $11.50

Contains "The Jade Worker," "Fifteen Strings of Cash," "The Hidden Will," "The Beggar Chief's Daughter," "The Courtesan's Jewel Box," "The Oil Vendor and the Courtesan," "The Story of the Braggart" and "The Merry Adventures of Lazy Dragon."

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Shaolin Temple (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--少林寺(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6126
ISBN-13: 9787801887689
ISBN-10: 7801887689
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 125
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of history and the originality of martial arts and knowledge of Shaolin school and Wudang Mountain school of martial arts. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book brings an interesting introduction to martial arts for the reader of today through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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Six Classical Chinese Comedies

Author: Zhong Yuan
Order No. 6020
ISBN-13: 9787119023809
ISBN-10: 7119023802
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 180
Language: English
Price: $19.30

The works included in this title are "Saving A Fallen Angel," "Elopement," "The Western Chamber," "The Miser," "The Jade Hairpin" and "The Kite Wrangle."

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Snow in Midsummer--Tragic Stories From Ancient China

Author: Zhong Yuan
Order No. 6021
ISBN-13: 9787119023519
ISBN-10: 7119023519
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 309
Language: English
Price: $19.30

Six stories adapted from the noted playwright Guan Hanqing.

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Snow in Summer

Author: Ma Zhiyuan
Order No. 6047
ISBN-13: 9787800056468
ISBN-10: 7800056465
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2002
Pages: 299
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $14.30

A tragic tale about Dou抏r, a Yuan dynasty woman who is wronged by the legal and social system of her time. Adapted from drama into prose form.



Song Proses

Author:
Order No. 6065
ISBN-13: 9787119028194
ISBN-10: 7119028197
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 312
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $11.10

Contains the Song Dynasty poems by that period's most famous poets.

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Sons of Heaven--Stories of Chinese Emperors Through the Ages

Author: Cheng Qinhua
Order No. 6030
ISBN-13: 9787119020471
ISBN-10: 7119020471
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 300
Language: English
Price: $19.30

Seventy stories of emperors like Qin Shihuang and Puyi, the last emperor of China.

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Spitting on Ghosts: Fables and Fairy Tales from Early China (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--六朝怪谈(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6125
ISBN-13: 9787801886545
ISBN-10: 7801886542
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 123
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of fables and fairy tales from early China. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes over 100 fabulous tales for the reader of today, bringing to life the wisdom of life through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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Stories of Chinese Wisdom

中国古典智慧

Author: Various
Order No. 6137
ISBN-13: 9787119034041
ISBN-10: 7119034049
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2007
Language: English
Size: 4.75 x 8
Page: 127
Price: $16.95

The book contains 36 short classic Chinese allegoric stories that show the characteristic Chinese wisdom. Some of them are: Lips and Teeth, Buying Righteousness, Oranges Change with Their Environment, A Child Prodigy, and The Scholar and the Wolf.



Stories of Old China

Author: Jiang Fang
Order No. 6090
ISBN-13: 9787119028958
ISBN-10: 7119028952
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2003
Pages: 239
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $9.95

Thirteen short stories about ancient China are featured including 揟he Heartless Lover, 揋ood Fortune Waits on Courage, 揂 Dream and Its Lesson, 揟he Herbalist抯 Strange Adventure, 揟he Mystery of the Missing Minister, 揟he Faithful Handmaid, "Love and Loyalty of a Courtesan," 揟yrant and Scholars, 揝cholars Vs. Eunuch, 揂n Ungrateful Wolf, 揟he Old Scholar抯 Reincarnation, 揊airies of the Floral Kingdom, and 換uest of the Filial Son.



Strange Tales from Make-Do Studio

Author: Pu Songling
Order No. 6061
ISBN-13: 9787119028996
ISBN-10: 7119028995
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 449
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $10.70

Selected excerpts from Pu Songling's influential look at the odd, the peculiar and the supernatural!

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Strange Tales from Make-Do Studio

Author: Pu Songling
Order No. 6074
ISBN-13: 9787119009773
ISBN-10: 711900977X
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1996
Pages: 446
Language: English
Price: $13.60

This edition of three volumes collects 194 stories, all translated into English. To date, they represent the most complete attempt to bring readers outside of China these classic Chinese tales of mystery and the supernatural. Stories of demons, ghosts, foxes and other supernatural topics will delight readers both young and old.



Sun Zi: the Art of War; Sun Bin: the Art of War

Author: Translated by Lin Wusun
Order No. 6057
ISBN-13: 9787119028866
ISBN-10: 7119028863
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 345
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $10.00

Contains an English translation of these significant works, as well as the original texts in ancient Chinese.

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Sunzi Speaks: The Art of War (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--孙子说 (中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6112
ISBN-13: 9787801885098
ISBN-10: 7801885090
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 125
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Sunzi, the earliest and most valuable Chinese military treatise that has had a tremendous influence on military, political and philosophical thought in China. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book brings to life the nature and important rules of warfare through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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Sunzi: The Art of War / Sunbin: The art of War

Author: Sun Wu: Sun Bin
Order No. 6003
ISBN-13: 9787119024127
ISBN-10: 7119024124
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 304
Language: English and Chinese
Price: $19.00

The earliest and most valuable Chinese military treatise.



Tales from Ancient China's Imperial Harem

Author Yuan Yang
Order No. 6075
ISBN-13: 9787119020419
ISBN-10: 7119020412
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 182
Language: English
Price: $15.80

This book is more than a series of tales about the intrigues, illicit love affairs and jealousies of the various women who populated the harems of China's many emperors. It is a unique retelling of major events in China's more than 3,000-year-old history as seen through the eyes of these courtesans.



Tales of Emperor Qin Shihuang

Author: Yuan Yang
Order No. 6031
ISBN-13: 9787119021010
ISBN-10: 711902101X
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1999
Pages: 186
Language: English

A collection of stories about China's first emperor based on historical records and popular legends.

Emperor Qin Shihuang established the Qin Dynasty, the first centralized and unified regime in China's history, and history has judged Emperor Qin Shihuang with both praise and blame. Some of the stories in this book come from historical records about the life of the Emperor, and some are based on popular legends adding highly coloured details about him. These two sources complement each other and provide a comprehensive look at Qing Shinhuang and his reign.

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Tales of Immortals

Author: Yuan Yang
Order No. 6028
ISBN-13: 9787119021423
ISBN-10: 7119021427
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1999
Pages: 291
Language: English
Price: $17.50

Over 100 stories from various Taoist classics.

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Tales of Prime Ministers in Ancient China

Author: Cheng Yu
Order No. 6032
ISBN-13: 9787119029177
ISBN-10: 7119029177
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 257
Language: English
Price: $17.50

Thirty representative biographies cover various periods of Chinese history.

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Tang Dynasty Stories

Author: Trans. by Yang Xianyi and G. Yang
Order No. 6076
ISBN-13: 9787507100457
ISBN-10: 7507100456
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: China Literature Press
Pub Year: 1997
Pages: 149
Language: English
Price: $10.70

The stories written during the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907) form a notable part of early Chinese fiction. They, including the 13 stories in this book, are comparable in importance to Tang poetry.



Tending the Roots of Wisdom

Author: Hong Yingming
Order No. 6093
ISBN-13: 9787800055621
ISBN-10: 7800055620
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 385
Language: English and Chinese (with pinyin)
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $17.95

This is a book of adages written in essay form, mostly dealing with the proper conduct of one抯 life. Using plenty of quotations and stylish phrasing, its elegant observations explain profound truths in simple terms and provide much food for thought. In choosing the title of his book, the author explained, 慣alent, wisdom and self-improvement can only be attained through a process of rigorous cultivation hence the stress on tending the roots. Pinyin annotations and notes on the original text and illustrations are given. With b&w illustrations.



The Analects

Author:
Order No. 6001
ISBN-13: 9787543820883
ISBN-10: 7543820889
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Hunan People's Press & Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 345
Language: English & Chinese
Price: $19.00

A record of words and deeds by Confucius and his disciples.



The Analects of Confucius (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--论语(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6132
ISBN-13: 9787801885081
ISBN-10: 7801885082
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 77
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $7.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of the sayings and deeds of Confucius. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes more than 60 sayings for the reader of today, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of Confucius through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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The Book of History

Author:
Order No. 6009
ISBN-13: 9787805514017
ISBN-10: 7805514011
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Shandong Friendship Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 325
Size: 5.5 x 8
Language: English and Chinese
Price: $22.00

The Book of History is both a Confucian classic and China's oldest historical record.

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The Book of Lao Zi: A Taoist Classic

Author: Trans. by He Guanghu, et al.
Order No. 6011
ISBN-13: 9787119015712
ISBN-10: 7119015710
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 103
Size: 6 x 9
Language: English
Price: $16.00

Also known as Dao De Jing, the book interprets all of the universe's changes with its Tao, or "The Way". Originally written by Lao Zi during the Han Dynasty, the book has influenced several Chinese philosophers throughout history.



The Book of Rites (Selections)

Author:
Order No. 6008
ISBN-13: 9787806422304
ISBN-10: 7806422307
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Shandong Friendship Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 441
Size: 5.5 x 8
Language: English and Chinese
Price: $23.00

A Confucian classic, the book details the rules of rites, decorum, music and ritual of ancient China. It also describes ancient Chinese politics, economy, philosophy, education, and ethical concepts. This new translation features classical Chinese, with translations into Modern Chinese and English.

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The Book of Songs

Author:
Order No. 6062
ISBN-13: 9787119028231
ISBN-10: 7119028235
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 298
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $10.70

The Book of Songs is China's earliest anthology of poetry. Its simple and natural style of writing reflects the life and struggle, labour and love, and joys and sorrows of the people who lived in ancient times.

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The Book of Songs, Vols. I & II (Shi Jing)

Author:
Order No. 6036
ISBN-13: 9787806422298
ISBN-10: 7806422293
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Shandong Friendship Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 981
Size: 5.5 x 8
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $38.00

The Book of Songs is a general collection of the most ancient Chinese poetic works in world literature history. It is extremely rich in contents and offers the reader a panoramic view of the remotely ancient Chinese society.

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The Case of the Red Pills--Six Sensational Ming and Qing Dynasty Court Cases

Author: Liu Jianye
Order No. 6029
ISBN-13: 9787119020501
ISBN-10: 7119020501
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 300
Language: English
Price: $21.00

This book contains narrations of the few cases that were tried during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. It also reveals some of the hitherto unknown events that occurred in the Forbidden City and outside.

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The Classic of Filial Piety (Xiao Jing)

Author:
Order No. 6035
ISBN-13: 9787805513270
ISBN-10: 7805513279
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Shandong Friendship Press
Pub Year: 1998
Pages: 100
Size: 5.5 x 8
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $9.95

The most powerful traditional force in feudal China used Filial Piety as a moral principle and political concept for thousands of years. It was the foundation for the idea cherished by the Confucianists to cultivate their persons, regulate the families, order well the states, and bring about world peace.

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The Classic of the Dao: A New Investigation

Author: Wang Keping
Order No. 6015
ISBN-13: 9787119022291
ISBN-10: 7119022296
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1998
Pages: 322
Size: 5.5 x 8
Language: English
Price: $22.20

A new interpretation of Lao Zi's Dao De Jing with the original Chinese text and its English translation.



The Cream of Classical Chinese Literature (1)

Author:
Order No. 6070
ISBN-13: 9787119022918
ISBN-10: 7119022911
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 2655
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $24.50

This volume includes five condensed Chinese classics: "Dream of the Red Mansion", "Outlaws of the March", "Journey To the West", "Romance of the Three Kingdom", and "The Scholar." Size of the book: 3 inches x 4.5 inches (pocket edition).

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The Cream of Classical Chinese Literature (2)

Author:
Order No. 6071
ISBN-13: 9787119025230
ISBN-10: 7119025236
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 1512
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $24.50

This title includes "Selected Elegies of the State of Chu"," Du Fu Selected Poems", "Selected Plays of Guang Hanqing", and "The Palace of Eternal Youth".Pocket size;

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The Cream of Classical Chinese Literature (3)

Author:
Order No. 6072
ISBN-13: 9787119026916
ISBN-10: 7119026917
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 3524
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $39.50

This third installment of the series includes "Ancient Chinese Fables", "Selected Tang Dynasty Stories", "Selections from Records of the Taiping Era", "Selected Chinese of the Song and Ming Dynasties" and "Sunzi and Sun Bin: the Art of War".Pocket size; Pocket size.

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The Dao Speaks I: Whispers of Wisdom (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--老子说 1(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6113
ISBN-13: 9787801885128
ISBN-10: 7801885120
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 93
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $7.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Dao De Jing, which is originally written by Laozi. Dao De Jing literally means the Classic of the Way and the Virtue. The Daoism has influenced several Chinese philosophers throughout history. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, this volume includes 81 pieces of the Way and the Virtue talk, bringing to life the wisdom of life through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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The Dao Speaks II: More Whispers of Wisdom (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--老子说 2(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6114
ISBN-13: 9787801885135
ISBN-10: 7801885139
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 87
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $7.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Dao De Jing, which is originally written by Laozi. Dao De Jing literally means the Classic of the Way and the Virtue. Daoism has influenced many Chinese philosophers throughout history. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, this volume includes 80 pieces of the Way and the Virtue talk, bringing to life the wisdom of life through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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The Doctrine of the Mean

Author: Confucius
Order No. 6006
ISBN-13: 9787805513294
ISBN-10: 7805513295
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Shandong Friendship Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 57
Size: 5.5 x 8
Language: English and Chinese
Price: $10.00

A Confucian classic.

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The Dream of the Red Chamber

Author: Cao Xueqin & Gao E
Order No. 6144
ISBN-13: 9781616120351
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Prunus Press USA
Pub Year: 2010
Language: English
Size: 11 x 10
Page: 430
Price: $99.95

Hong Lou Meng is internationally the best known of China抯 literary masterpieces. Dream of the Red Chamber, as the title is now most often rendered in English, has resonance with many readers, even those unfamiliar with Chinese literature. More importantly, this long, involved, imaginative romance is arguably the greatest of Chinese novels and also the most vigorously discussed. Because of the mystery of its authorship obscured by the different versions of the novel and by the veil of time because of the novel抯 ability to conjure the historical period when it was written, because of the intricacy of its story-telling, and, most importantly, because of its artistic quality, which is unanimously acclaimed, the controversy surrounding it has continued for more than two centuries.

This is a new, adapted version of English based on the translations of the following: A Dream of Red Mansions by Yang Hsien-yi and Gladys Yang; and The Dream of the Red Chamber by H. Bencraft Joly. There are beautiful color illustrations on almost every page, which brings the story to life.

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The Great Learning

Author: Confucius
Order No. 6005
ISBN-13: 9787805513287
ISBN-10: 7805513287
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Shandong Friendship Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 27
Size: 5.5 x 8
Language: English and Chinese
Price: $12.95

A Confucian classic.

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The Legend of White Snake

Author: Zhao Qingyan
Order No. 6081
ISBN-13: 9787800053863
ISBN-10: 7800053865
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 267
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $13.60

The Legend of White Snake is a beautiful and moving folktale that probably originated in the Song Dynasty (960-1279) and evolved over centuries. The tale tells how the fairy maiden Bai Suzhen struggles against the rascally monk Fa Hai in pursuit of her freedom and happiness with the frivolous lad Xu Xian.

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The Life of Confucius

Author: Qu Chunli
Order No. 6017
ISBN-13: 9787119018638
ISBN-10: 7119018639
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1997
Pages: 645
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Language: English
Price: $21.50

This biographical fiction aims to present the flesh-and-blood side of the Great Scholar.



The Moonlight Pavilion

Author: Shi Hui
Order No. 6102
ISBN-13: 9787800055683
ISBN-10: 780005568X
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 343
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $12.95

The classic Yuan Dynasty drama is presented in story form in a bilingual edition. It is a story of war and love, of patriotism and betrayal. This novel makes a good introduction to the splendors of Chinese drama. The story revolves around the intricate love affairs of Jian Shilong and Wang Ruilan, and Tuoman Xingfu and Jiang Ruilian, in an ancient city that is modern-day Beijing. With b&w illustrations.

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The New Dao: Mystery and Pure Conversation (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--世说新语(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6122
ISBN-13: 9787801886576
ISBN-10: 7801886577
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 127
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of the life and thoughts of intellectuals and the upper-classes during 220 A.D. and 589 A.D. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes over 100 stories for the reader of today, presenting the social condition about 2000 years ago in China through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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The Palace of Eternal Youth

Author: Hong Sheng
Order No. 6012
ISBN-13: 9787119028880
ISBN-10: 711902888X
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 531
Language: English
Price: $18.00

A masterpiece of Chinese drama



The Palace of Eternal Youth

Author: Hong Sheng
Order No. 6101
ISBN-13: 9787800055539
ISBN-10: 7800055531
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 216
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $11.95

The love between Li Longji and Yang Yuhuan is more than the simple love between an emperor and his imperial concubine. It comes close to a concept of love that ordinary citizens gleaned from novels written in the Song and Yuan dynasties. The story comments indirectly on the period抯 social and political lives and touches on issues such as the misery caused by the wealthy and their excesses. In this respect it breaks the mold of stories based entirely on brilliant men and beautiful women and adds a deeper meaning to the story. With b&w illustrations.

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The Peach Blossom Fan

Author: Kong Shangren
Order No. 6080
ISBN-13: 9787800054327
ISBN-10: 7800054322
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 233
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $12.90

Hou Chaozong, a man of letters, meets and marries a beautiful prostitute named Li Xiangjun. A corrupt official sets a trap for Hou Chaozong and he ends up in prison. The official tries to force Li Xiangjun to marry another but she remains faithful to her husband. The story reflects the turmoil of a particular period.

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The Peacock Flies Southeast

Author: Anonymous
Order No. 6092
ISBN-13: 9787800059230
ISBN-10: 7800059235
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2003
Pages: 302
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $14.95

The Peacock Flies Southeast, also known as The Wife of Jiao Zhongqing or An Old Poem Written for the Wife of Jiao Zhongqing, is the most celebrated long narrative poem of ancient China. Set in the late years of the Eastern Han Dynasty (25-220), the story tells of the tragic love between Jiao Zhongqing, a minor official of Lujiang Prefecture (in the area of present-day Qianshan County, Anhui Province), and his wife Liu Lanzhi. With b&w illustrations.



The Peony Pavilion

Author: Translate by Zhang Guangqian
Order No. 6079
ISBN-13: 9787119026923
ISBN-10: 7119026925
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 473
Language: English
Price: $29.95

The Peony Pavilion, a touching and romantic love story, is the most moving poetic drama of the Chinese classics. Written by the the Ming Dynasty writer Tang Xianzu, it has had a far-reaching influence on Chinese literature and drama.



The Peony Pavilion

Author: Tang Xianzu
Order No. 6097
ISBN-13: 9787800054334
ISBN-10: 7800054330
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 1999
Pages: 225
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $11.95

Du Liniang dreams that she meets a young scholar and promises to marry him. When she wakes up, she yearns for her lover and falls ill. After a while she dies of lovesickness. The young scholar in her dream was Liu Mengmei, who later makes his way to the capital to take the imperial examination. He meets Du Liniang's soul in the Plum in Blossom Nunnery and agrees to help her return to life by reuniting her soul with her body. With b&w illustrations.

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The Rise and Fall of the Empires--War Stories in Ancient China

Author: Yuan Yang
Order No. 6022
ISBN-13: 9787119021041
ISBN-10: 7119021044
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 236
Language: English
Price: $17.50

The eleven stories introduced in this book most accurately represents ancient Chinese warfare, including the earliest and largest wars, and those that led to the fall of empires and dynasties.

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The Romance of the Western Bower

Author: Wang Shifu
Order No. 6099
ISBN-13: 9787800055522
ISBN-10: 7800055523
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 224
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $11.95

The main theme of this play, which is divided into five acts and twenty scenes, is the conflict between love and family honor. The story is about is the love between a young scholar named Zhang and the nineteen-year-old daughter of former Prime Minister Cui. After the two lovers meet in a temple, Zhang Gong saves the temple from attack by bandits. At first Madame Cui promises that her daughter can marry Zhang, but she soon goes back on her words. Madame Cui won抰 approve their marriage unless Zhang wins honor in the civil service examinations. With b&w illustrations.

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The Roots of Wisdom (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--菜根谭(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6123
ISBN-13: 9787801886569
ISBN-10: 7801886569
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 127
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of the philosophy of conduct in society. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes over 100 wise manners for the reader of today, bringing to life the wisdom and philosophy of life through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

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The Scholars

Author: Wu Jingzi
Order No. 6046
ISBN-13: 9787119012131
ISBN-10: 7119012134
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 607
Language: English
Price: $29.95

The Scholars, an eighteenth century satire, is an outstanding classic Chinese novel. Wu Jingzi mercilessly flays the literate's decadence and exposes the disastrous effects and corruption of that institution, plus reveals the darkness of feudal society.



The Seven Heroes and Five Gallants

Author: Shi Yukun, Yu Yue
Order No. 6107
ISBN-10: 9787119033549
ISBN-10: 7119033549
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 463
Language: English
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $18.95

One of the most enduring and popular folk legends of China, the story describes Lord Bao and his seven heroes and five gallants, whose exploits were sung of in ballads, operas and songs for over a thousand years.

The central hero is Lord Bao, who rises from humble beginnings to high office at the imperial court, gathering around him a group of Robin Hood-type men to fight crime and corruption. The seven heroes of the imperial court form a musketeer-like relationship梐ll for one and one for all with the five gallants, and roam around rescuing maidens in distress, succoring the old and weak, using their exceptional fighting talents to kill evildoers.

The adventures of the seven heroes and five gallants provide much insight into traditions that have formed the Chinese character through the ages.



The Songs of the South

Author:
Order No. 6064
ISBN-13: 9787119028224
ISBN-10: 7119028227
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 173
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $8.60

The title contains a large number of Tang Dynasty poems written by leading poets like Li Bai and Wang Wei.

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The Story of Lao Zi

Author: Chen Jian
Order No. 6025
ISBN-13: 9787119028538
ISBN-10: 7119028537
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 241
Language: English
Price: $17.50

Biography of the Taoist master.

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The Story of Mencius

Author: Cao Yaode
Order No. 6023
ISBN-13: 9787119028545
ISBN-10: 7119028545
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 266
Language: English
Price: $18.60

The book presents Mencius's life, highlighting his benevolent philosophy.

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The Story of Sun Zi

Author: Cao Yaode
Order No. 6024
ISBN-13: 9787119029726
ISBN-10: 711902972X
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2002
Pages: 319
Language: English
Price: $17.50

Biography of the war strategist.

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The Story of the Lute

Author: Gao Ming
Order No. 6100
ISBN-13: 9787800055515
ISBN-10: 7800055515
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 1999
Pages: 277
Language: English and Chinese
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $11.95

The Story of the Lute is a heart-rending tale reinterpreted by Gao Ming of the Ming dynasty. It is based on folk legend and on an opera of the Song and Yuan dynasties. The tortuous plots, crowded action, true-to-life characterization, and a series of climaxes all display a vibrant technique and contribute to an overall artistic effect. With b&w illustrations.

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The Story of Zhuang Zi

Author: Zhang Fuxin
Order No. 6103
ISBN-13: 9787119030708
ISBN-10: 7119030701
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2002
Pages: 216
Language: English
Size: 4.5 x 7
Price: $11.50

Zhuang Zi was a great thinker, philosopher, and man of letters during the Warring States Period of Chinese history. He inherited the mantle of Lao Zi, founder of the Taoist school. The Story of Zhuang Zi recounts the life and thought of Zhuang Zi, which have long been enshrouded in legend and mystery, in a way accessible to both the general reader and those with a special interest in Chinese culture. With a b&w illustration of Zhuang Zi and a map of China during the Spring and Autumn Period.



The Strategic Advantage: Sun Zi & Western Approaches to War

Author: Edited by Cao Shan
Order No. 6105
ISBN-13: 9787800053368
ISBN-10: 7800053369
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 1997
Pages: 110
Language: English
Size: 4.25 x 7
Price: $9.00

By exploring the interrelationship between Western and Eastern culture in the military sphere, the authors hope to introduce to more readers the ancient Chinese culture. To do this, they present an analysis of the influence the Art of War has exerted on Western thought while making a systematic horizontal and vertical comparison between Sun Zi's Art of War and Clausewitz's On War.



The Three Character Classic (2nd Ed.): A Bilingual Reader of China抯 ABCs

三字经 (第二版) :中华蒙学经典 汉英双语读本

Author: Phebe Xu Gray
Order No. 1081
ISBN-13: 9781931907781
ISBN-10: 1931907781
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Homa & Sekey Books
Pub Year: 2012
Language: Chinese-English
Size: 6 x 9
Page: 191
Price: $24.95. You pay only $19.96 (after 20% discount).

揫The] book can perform an important role both in language education and cultural education; the translation is smooth and readable, the format clear, informative, and pedagogically valuable, since you have included so many aides.
-- Dr. David Honey
Professor of Chinese
Brigham Young University

There is a renewed interest in understanding traditional Chinese language and culture. The Three Character Classic: A Bilingual Reader of China抯 ABCs serves that purpose. Known as San Zi Jing in Chinese, it has been a literacy text since the 13th century. The Three Character Classic has stood the test of time and space through its rich content as well as its literary beauty in simplicity in style. Comparable to a pocket encyclopedia, the book overviews Chinese history and important historical works, illustrating the fundamentals of Confucianism while teaching the basics of math, sciences, music, and moral lessons. Readers will find pleasure in reading these stories, and the book serves as a key to opening more doors to the understanding of Chinese culture.

The second edition has corrected some of the errors in the first edition. It is with a new ISBN.

Special Features of the Book

The original text was based on one of the earliest versions in existence, published in 1778.
The Chinese text of San Zi Jing is in both simplified and traditional characters, with pinyin.
There is a bilingual translation of the classic Chinese into modern Chinese and English.
Individual words of classic Chinese are selected and annotated with English translation.
A background information section is provided for each chapter to help readers better understand Chinese culture and the context of the original text.
Matching illustrations are added to some stories.

Phebe Xu Gray received her Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She teaches Chinese language and culture at Lee University in Cleveland, TN. She enjoys teaching, reading, traveling, doing housework, and thinking about history.



The Three Character Classic: A Bilingual Reader of China抯 ABCs

三字经:中华蒙学经典 汉英双语读本

Author: Phebe Xu Gray
Order No. 1075
ISBN-13: 9781931907712
ISBN-10: 1931907714
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Homa & Sekey Books
Pub Year: 2011
Language: Chinese-English
Size: 6 x 9
Page: 191
Price: $19.95

揫The] book can perform an important role both in language education and cultural education; the translation is smooth and readable, the format clear, informative, and pedagogically valuable, since you have included so many aides.
-- Dr. David Honey
Professor of Chinese
Brigham Young University

There is a renewed interest in understanding traditional Chinese language and culture. The Three Character Classic: A Bilingual Reader of China抯 ABCs serves that purpose. Known as San Zi Jing in Chinese, it has been a literacy text since the 13th century. The Three Character Classic has stood the test of time and space through its rich content as well as its literary beauty in simplicity in style. Comparable to a pocket encyclopedia, the book overviews Chinese history and important historical works, illustrating the fundamentals of Confucianism while teaching the basics of math, sciences, music, and moral lessons. Readers will find pleasure in reading these stories, and the book serves as a key to opening more doors to the understanding of Chinese culture.

Special Features of the Book

The original text was based on one of the earliest versions in existence, published in 1778.
The Chinese text of San Zi Jing is in both simplified and traditional characters, with pinyin.
There is a bilingual translation of the classic Chinese into modern Chinese and English.
Individual words of classic Chinese are selected and annotated with English translation.
A background information section is provided for each chapter to help readers better understand Chinese culture and the context of the original text.
Matching illustrations are added to some stories.

Phebe Xu Gray received her Ph.D. from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville. She teaches Chinese language and culture at Lee University in Cleveland, TN. She enjoys teaching, reading, traveling, doing housework, and thinking about history.



The Travels of Lao Can

Author: Liu E
Order No. 6106
ISBN-13: 9787119033532
ISBN-10: 7119033530
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 165
Language: English
Size: 5.5 x 8
Price: $12.95

Author Liu E is a brilliant intellectual born into a scholarly family at the end of the Qing Dynasty. By describing what Lao Can sees and hears on his travels, the author fiercely attacked the injustices he witnessed and exposed the so-called 揾onest and upright officials" as hypocrites who tried to rise to power at the expense of the people.

Written in 1905, The Travels of Lao Can has been circulating for nearly a century and people think highly of Liu E's mastery of language. The use of language, observations and detailed descriptions all show the author's originality. Among late Qing-dynasty novels, The Travels of Lao Can is, artistically, a prominent work.



The Wiles of War: 36 Military Strategies from Ancient China

Author: Sun Haichen
Order No. 6019
ISBN-13: 9787119034829
ISBN-10: 7119034820
Binding: Paperback
Size: 4.5 x 8
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2009
Pages: 379
Language: English
Price: $24.95

For each strategy, the book provides the Chinese text, a lucid explanation, reference from other military classics, and the account of an ancient battle featuring the successful application of the strategy. With bilingual bibliography and index.

"Of the thirty-six strategies, running away is the best choice." This is a familiar remark, in literary works as well as in real life, from people who want to get around a situation that they are unable to cope with for moment. The expression first appeared in the official History of the Southern Qi dynasty about fifteen hundred years ago. Since then, it gained increasing currency until an anonymous scholar (estimated a contemporary of late Ming or early Qing) laid out the entire thirty-six strategies in a small book called Secret Art of War: Thirty-Six Strategies. Though its technical side has undergone remarkable progress toward greater complexity and more dimensions, war as art has certain fundamental truths that remain valid all through the ages. For instance, war is a political organ to achieve goals that cannot be brought about by peaceful means. A military leader builds up and maintains his strength and weakens that of his opponent, conceals his intentions and capabilities and endeavors to detect those of his opponent, avoids battle at his disadvantage and maneuvers to achieve superiority at the focal points where he chooses to give battle. Modern technology has greatly transformed warfare, but generals and even line officers today often face the same problems that confronted their ancient counterparts. After all, was is launched, conducted, and terminated by humans; therefore it conforms to certain intrinsic laws that are a projection of human nature does not change, war as a human activity will follow some ageless rules in the course, of time.



The Zhou Book of Change

Author:
Order No. 6010
ISBN-13: 9787806422915
ISBN-10: 7806422919
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Shandong Friendship Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 409
Size: 5.5 x 8
Language: English & Chinese
Price: $24.00

A Confucian classic, the book purports to chart the movements and developments (changes) of all phenomena in the universe by applying the ancient divinatary system of 8 basic trigrams (groups of solid and broken lines).

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Three Kingdoms (I, II, III)

Author: Luo Guanzhong; Translated by Moss Robert
Order No. 6044
ISBN-13: 9787119016641
ISBN-10: 7119016644
Binding: Hardcover
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1994
Pages: 1690
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Language: English
Price: $53.60

Three Kingdoms portrays a fateful moment at the end of the Han Dynasty (206 B.C.--A.D. 220), when the future of the Chinese empire laid in the balance. Inspired by often-told tales of this turbulent period, Luo Guanzhong fashioned a sophisticated, compelling narrative with epic grandeur and unique characters.

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Three Kingdoms (I--IV)

Author: Luo Guanzhong
Order No. 6040
ISBN-13: 9787119005904
ISBN-10: 7119005901
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 1995
Pages: 2340
Language: English
Price: $49.95

This classic novel, in three volumes, portrays a fateful moment at the end of the Han Dynasty (206 B.C.--A.D. 220), when the future of the Chinese empire laid in the balance.

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Thunder God (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--雷公传(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Order No. 6143
ISBN-13: 9787800289064
ISBN-10: 7800289060
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2006
Pages: 131
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Thunder God, one of the most important Chinese classics in the Tang dynasty. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes two famous tales (Thunder God and Snake Master) from the classic work through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 28 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

All Titles in Traditional Chinese Culture Series



Wisdom of the Zen Masters: The Quest for Enlightenment (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--六祖坛经(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6133
ISBN-13: 9787801885289
ISBN-10: 7801885287
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 105
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $7.95

Part of the Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Zen Buddhism, which is more of an attitude toward life than a system of strict religious belief. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes over 50 Zen tales for the reader of today, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of Zen through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

All Titles in Traditional Chinese Culture Series



Wit and Humor from Old Cathy

Author: Trans. by Jon Kowalis
Order No. 6077
ISBN-13: 9787507100662
ISBN-10: 7507100669
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: China Literature Press
Pub Year: 1991
Pages: 149
Language: English
Price: $9.00

The thieving cook. The hypocritical monk. The medical charlatan. The tyrannical official. The miserly host and his gluttonous guest. These are just some of the characters to be found and savoured in this selection of classical Chinese humour. This classic is flavored with pure wit that has a universal appeal regardless of place and time.



Yuefu Songs With Regular Five-Syllable Lines

Author:
Order No. 6063
ISBN-13: 9787119028217
ISBN-10: 7119028219
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Foreign Languages Press
Pub Year: 2001
Pages: 217
Language: Chinese-English
Price: $9.30

A collection of ancient Chinese folk songs.

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Zen Stories: The Staff and Shout of the Venerable Ones (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--禅说(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6117
ISBN-13: 9787801885111
ISBN-10: 7801885112
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 141
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95 Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of the early Zen Buddhist classics of the 13th century. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, the book includes over 100 Zen tales for the reader of today, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of Zen through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

All Titles in Traditional Chinese Culture Series



Zhao the Orphan

Author: Ji Junxiang
Order No. 6014
ISBN-13: 9787800055652
ISBN-10: 7800055655
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: New World Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 353
Size: 5.5 x 8
Language: English & Chinese
Price: $14.50

Adapted from the classical Chinese drama, this is a tragic story about an orphaned boy who was smuggled out of the royal palace in a doctor抯 medical box and who later seeks revenge of his enemy. Adapted from drama into prose form.



Zhuangzi Speaks I: The Music of Nature (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--庄子说 1(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6115
ISBN-13: 9787801885142
ISBN-10: 7801885147
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 126
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $8.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Zhuangzi, a great thinker, philosopher, and man of letters during the Warring States Period of Chinese history. He inherited the mantle of Laozi, founder of the Daoist school. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, this volume includes nearly 100 tales for the reader of today, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of Daoism through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

All Titles in Traditional Chinese Culture Series



Zhuangzi Speaks II: More Music of Nature (English-Chinese)

蔡志忠漫画中国传统文化系列--庄子说 2(中英对照)

Adapted and illustrated by: Tsai Chih Chung
Translator: Brian Bruya
Order No. 6116
ISBN-13: 9787801885159
ISBN-10: 7801885155
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Modern Publishing House
Pub Year: 2005
Pages: 95
Language: English and Simplified Chinese
Size: 7.5 x 8.5
Price: $7.95

Part of The Traditional Chinese Culture series, this book is an illustrated adaptation of Zhuangzi, a great thinker, philosopher, and man of letters during the Warring States Period of Chinese history. He inherited the mantle of Laozi, founder of the Daoist school. Collected and popularized by the immensely popular Chinese illustrator Tsai Chih Chung, this volume includes nearly 100 stories for the reader of today, bringing to life the spirit and philosophy of Daoism through cartoon panels with a text that is irreverently humorous yet replete with wisdom. It is a great and easy tool to learn Chinese classics.

About the Traditional Chinese Culture Series:

The Traditional Chinese Culture series includes a total of 22 titles that features the great thinkers in Chinese history. The writings of early Chinese thinkers have influenced all facets of Chinese culture and society, from education to art, from politics and warfare to common etiquette. The popular comic book artist Tsai Chih Chung faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

Tsai Chih Chung is a world-renowned Taiwanese cartoonist and popularizer of Chinese classics whose books have sold more than 40 millions copies worldwide. He first came to prominence through his award-winning animated movies and his immensely popular daily comic strips. When he turned his hand to the classics after a prolonged period of self-education, they were acclaimed by critics and shot to the top of the bestsellers lists. His books have been published in America by Princeton University Press and Knopf, among others.

Brian Bruya is an established translator of Chinese classics and a professor of history & philosophy at Eastern Michigan University. He received his B.A. in philosophy and Chinese from the University of Washington and his M.A. in comparative philosophy from the University of Hawaii. He has translated over 20 books by Tsai Chih Chung.

All Titles in Traditional Chinese Culture Series



Zuo's Commentary on Spring and Autumn Annals (Selections)

Author:
Order No. 6007
ISBN-13: 9787806422922
ISBN-10: 7806422927
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Shandong Friendship Press
Pub Year: 2000
Pages: 631
Size: 5.5 x 8
Language: English and Chinese
Price: $58.00

A Confucian classic.

All Titles in Translations of Confucian Classics



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