By Qiguang Zhao
Rich and funny illustrations exhibit the delicate rules that transcend language and are re-created within the similar variety because the ones the writer attracts impromptu at the blackboard in his sessions. Do not anything and Do every thing is supplemented by way of observations of yankee and chinese language life.
This creation to historic Taoism is conveyed in a lighthearted and funny demeanour. This illustrated new Taoism will resolution the frequent thirst for another way of living, and a eager for overall healthiness, tranquility, and non secular liberation.
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Do Nothing & Do Everything: An Illustrated New Taoism by Qiguang Zhao