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By Larry Herzberg, Qin Xue Herzberg

This treasury of chinese language knowledge provides over proverbs whereas supplying keys to tradition and language. listed here are either the accepted, earnest sayings of Confucius and Lao Zi ("The longest trip starts with a unmarried step") and the homespun truths of each day ("Teachers open the door; you input via yourself"). Designed either for inspirational searching and for college students of language and tradition, the textual content is equipped by means of topic (Learning, persistence, cash, kin, foodstuff, etc.) and gives remark plus chinese language characters and pinyin romanization for every access. comprises an index.

Qin Xue Herzberg and Larry Herzberg stay in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and are co-authors of the preferred China Survival Guide in addition to Basic styles of chinese language Grammar.

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