Stories of Chinese People’s Lives II – People in Their 20s

(3 customer reviews)
Rs 2,527.90
  • Medium: Books
  • ISBN: 9787513581448
  • Language: Chinese, English

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Author: Cynthia Y. NingJohn S. Montanaro

The Stories of Chinese People’s Lives (Volume II) presents true stories of ordinary Chinese people from all walks of life to Chinese learners at home and abroad. The books aim to help readers to get a glimpse of contemporary Chinese society. The book series includes seven books. The stories in each book focus on people of different age groups, ranging from people in their 20s to people in their 90s. The entrepreneurship of the post-1990s, online shopping festivals, Chinese dama’s square dancing, the Dragon Boat Festival, seal cutting, traditional Chinese medicine, retiring life of Chinese senior citizens and so on are all introduced in the books. Through reading the books, readers can grasp a better understanding of China’s geography, customs, economics, society, etc, and learn brand new, pragmatic knowledge of the Chinese language.

3 reviews for Stories of Chinese People’s Lives II – People in Their 20s

  1. Payne Walker

    who easily dissects and dispels the faulty logic and spiritual misunderstandings that accompany most authors in the Buddhist arena. Gardner is a learned man steeped in a lifetime of spiritual practice and study. Even if you disagree with him, you will come away with a deeper understanding of the matters in question. In this era of political correctness and everyone walking on egg shells. Gardner is not afraid to call it as he sees it. Tell the truth and let the chips fall where they may.

  2. Harris Stevens

    Fantastic Book. As a neurologist, I have spent the past three years studying and understanding many mindfulness and acceptance techniques that have their foundation in Buddhism and have been clinically proven to have pervasive health benefits. Principles of Secular Buddhism can be applied by anyone, regardless of religious belief.

  3. Foster Matthews

    After a series of significant life changes, I was looking for something to provide comfort or guidance for my troubled mind. I started to research Buddhism and it really stood out to me as a positive and compassionate way to live but I was overwhelmed with the amount of information out there. This book breaks it all down quite simply and has given me a much clearer understanding of Buddhism fundamentals. It has reaffirmed my decision to integrate the Buddhist philosophy into my daily life.

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