The Dao Speaks I: Whispers of Wisdom - Traditional Chinese Culture Series

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The wisdom of the classsics in comics by Tsai Chin Chung

Confucius, Lao Tzu, Zhuangzi, and Sunzi are widely credited as sages whose thoughts have played an important role in China's development.

The writings of Chinese early 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 Chin Chung has faithfully brought the wisdom of these classics to life with his uniquely charming illustrations.

About The Author  

Tsai Chin Chung, a popular cartoonist from Taiwan, was the first to use cartoons to illustrate the seemingly recondite ancient Chinese classics in such an amusing way.

Starting from the 1980s, Tsai created a series of Chinese comic books on ancient Chinese classics, including:

- Zhuangzi Speaks: The Music of Nature

- Zen Speaks: Shouts of Nothingness

- Confucius Speaks: Words to Live by

- Sunzi Speaks: The Art of War

- The Tao Speaks: Lao Tzu's Whispers of Wisdom.

Tsai Chin Chung's books have sold over 40 million copies in 44 countries all over the world.


Table of Contents
Translatar's Preface
The Wisdom of Life
Is Not Laozi Lide the Dragon!
Part I:The Way
Chapter 1 The Dao That Can't Be Spoken
Chapter 2 The Theory of Relativity
Chapter 3 Favors
Chapter 4 The Dao Is Empty
Chapter 5 Straw Dog's
Chapter 7 Our World Eternal
Chapter 8 Virtue Resembles Water
Chapter 9 The Overfolwing Cup
Chapter 10 Body and Soul
Chapter 11 The Empty Cup
Chapter 12 Boundless Desires
Chapter 13 Honor's Disgrace
Chapter 16 Maintaining Tranquillity
Chapter 17 The Invisible King
Chapter 18 Regression into Benevolence
Chapter 20 Living With the Dao
Chapter 22 Bend Don't Break
Chapter 31 Victory Is Not Proud
Chapter 33 Overoming Yoursilf
Chapter 35 Holding on to the Dao
Chapter 36 The Strength of Weakness
Part II :The Vitue
Ancient Thinkers Discuss the Dao
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The Dao Speaks I: Whispers of Wisdom - Traditional Chinese Culture Series