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Spurling, a much-honored biographer, unearths the life and work of Nobel Prize winner Pearl Buck, whose novels captured the lives of ordinary people in China in her novel "The Good Earth."
Provides a readable introduction to the legends, customs, traditions, festivals, and celebrations of Chinese culture and heritage, complete with trivia, drawings, charts, tables, recipes, and informative sidebars. Original. 20,000 first printing.
A stunning memoir of an intercultural marriage gone wrongWhen Susan, a shy Midwesterner in love with Chinese culture, started graduate school in Hong Kong, she quickly fell for Cai, the Chinese man of her dreams. As they exchanged vows, Susan thought she'd stumbled into an exotic fairy tale, until she realized Cai—and his culture—where not what she thought.In her riveting memoir, Susan recounts her struggle to be the perfect traditional "Chinese" wife to her increasingly controlling and abusive husband. With keen insight and heart-wrenching candor, she confronts the hopes and hazards of intercultural marriage, including dismissing her own values and needs to save her relationship and protect her newborn son, Jake. But when Cai threatens to take Jake back to China for good, Susan must find the courage to stand up for herself, her son, and her future.Moving between rural China and the bustling cities of Hong Kong and San Francisco, Good Chinese Wife is an eye-opening look at marriage and family in contemporary China and America and an inspiring testament to the resilience of a mother's love—across any border.
Excerpt from Papers From a Viceroy's Yamen: A Chinese Plea for the Cause of Good Government and True Civilization in China These writings, therefore, will lose their force with such people, when it becomes known that these papers are written not by a Viceroy, but only by a Viceroy's interpreter. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
Multivitamins for the Spirit! Hundreds of ways to increase your Good Energy Everyday of the Year. Practical, Spiritual, & Magical Good Luck to Protect and Increase Love, Health, Wealth & Happiness in your life Guaranteed!Having traveled the world and practiced many religions, Michael Junem of Danbury CT, has created the multi-vitamin for the spirit. Gathering the beliefs from major religions used for thousands of years to modern day methods to increase your good energy.The number “13” is believed to bring bad luck or bad energy. Millionaires and billionaires exclude the “13th” floor in their buildings and skyscrapers. Formula One World Championship Car racing do not use a number “13” car in their races. Many horror movies have been made featuring the number “13” such as “The 13th Floor”, “Friday the 13th”, and “Thirteen ghosts.Now that we are in the year 2013, 365 Ways to Get Good Luck has been created to help the world get Good Luck everyday of the year. Chinese, Wiccan, Jewish, Christian, & Islamic Verses, Prayers, Chants, Mantras, Feng Shui, Spells & Charms to Increase Good Energy!
Feeding your Chinese Crested the right food will directly effect on your Chinese Crested’s health giving you both a longer more rewarding relationship.This e-book is packed with fantastic information about what to... and what not to feed your Chinese Crested.Health food for your Chinese Crested & what to feed a diabetic Chinese Crested.Is your Chinese Crested overweight ?, underweight ?Choose the diet that is right for your Chinese Crested.Learn all about BARF or how to make your own healthy treats for your Chinese Crested.The Importance Of The Right DietA correct and balanced diet for your Chinese Crested will result in an active, healthy Chinese Crested with a lovely, shiny coat.The Chinese Crested will have little trouble maintaining his or her ideal weight, provided he or she is given lots of opportunities for adequate exercise. An unhealthy or unbalanced diet can result in a brittle, dry coat, lack of energy, as well as overall poor health conditions, poor growth, and even permanent muscle and bone growth deficiency.What you will learn from this book* The importance of Keeping a Routine* How Much and What to Feed* Making Your Own Chinese Crested Food* Foods to Avoid* Specific Feeding Advice for the Chinese Crested* Weight & Dieting for Chinese Cresteds* Feeding Obese Chinese Cresteds* Diabetic Chinese Cresteds* B A R F or Biologically Appropriate Raw Food* Health Foods for Chinese Cresteds* Homemade TreatsChoose to live a long and rewarding life with you Chinese Crested, choose to spend a little now to gain so much more later.With our 100% No Quibble, Money Back Guarantee you have nothing to lose, but everything to gain. A more caring, loving companionship with your chosen, loyal friend.Be prepared to care. Get The Chinese Cresteds’ Good Food Guide nowTake care of yourself and… Your Chinese CrestedJenny
Applies the principles of Chinese medicine and herbology to offer prescriptive advice for acne, dry skin, fatigue, and allergies
For the first time, an award-winning Harvard professor shares his wildly popular course on classical Chinese philosophy, showing you how ancient ideas--like the fallacy of the authentic self--can guide you on the path to a good life today. Why is a course on ancient Chinese philosophers one of the most popular at Harvard? Because it challenges all our modern assumptions about what it takes to flourish. Astonishing teachings emerged two thousand years ago through the work of a succession of Chinese scholars exploring how humans can improve themselves and their society. And what are these counterintuitive ideas? Transformation comes not from looking within for a true self, but from creating conditions that produce new possibilities. Good relationships come not from being sincere and authentic, but from the rituals we perform within them. A good life emerges not from planning it out, but through training ourselves to respond well to small moments. Influence comes not from wielding power but from holding back. Excellence comes from what we choose to do, not our natural abilities. In other words, The Path "opens the mind" (Huffington Post) and upends everything we are told about how to lead a good life. Its most radical idea is that there is no path to follow in the first place--just a journey we create anew at every moment by seeing and doing things differently. "With its...spirited, convincing vision, revolutionary new insights can be gleaned from this book on how to approach life's multifarious situations with both heart and head" (Kirkus Reviews). A note from the publisher: To read relevant passages from the original works of Chinese philosophy, see our ebook Confucius, Mencius, Laozi, Zhuangzi, Xunzi: Selected Passages, available wherever books are sold.
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