Scadson Woods Freeride Park On occasion, we have taken the family dogs on walks to the various woods surrounding the bottom of Livermead – where
RATIONALISING ‘天’ (TIAN1) IN MODERN CHINA The lecturer is correct about the Chinese ideogram ‘天’ (Tian1) but it is not as simple as he suggests.
MORE ON ‘天’ (TIAN1) The Chinese ideogram ‘天’ (tian1) is an ancient character which dates back to the Bone Oracle Period of around 2000 BCE
Qianfeng Daoisn (UK) This is a screen-shot of just one very kind post that Master Zhao Ming Wang has made on his WeChat account operating
A ‘咒语’ (Zhou Yu) is a device found within Daoist practice which may be translated as ‘magic formula speech’, and often described by the Indian
The Chinese ideogram ‘精’ (jing1) dates back to the Seal Characters standardised during the Qin Dynasty (221-206 BCE) and the Han Dynasties (206 BCE-220 CE)