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  1. Nikogami says: Reply
    Conversely there is much to be said for declining to translate certain Chinese technical terms, such as Tao, and simply repeating them in transliterated form after doing one's best to define or explain them when they first arise. There are many ways of writing the history of science.
  2. China, one is struck by the homology in the gendered symbolic order imposed upon the human body. Qigong is based in a syncretic form of folk religion that holds out hope for increasing one’s physical strength and improving one’s health through special breathing techniques.
  3. The film opens with a flashback of two brothers searching for some mysterious mountain. The film tells about some traditional Chinese beliefs and symbolics which look pretty weird and unfamiliar if the viewer doesn't know about Chinese culture and/or doesn't read carefully the very first lines which appear as the film starts.
  4. Fenriran says: Reply
    The film opens with a flashback of two brothers searching for some mysterious mountain. The film tells about some traditional Chinese beliefs and symbolics which look pretty weird and unfamiliar if the viewer doesn't know about Chinese culture and/or doesn't read carefully the very first lines which appear as the film starts.
  5. China, one is struck by the homology in the gendered symbolic order imposed upon the human body. Qigong is based in a syncretic form of folk religion that holds out hope for increasing one’s physical strength and improving one’s health through special breathing techniques.
  6. Conversely there is much to be said for declining to translate certain Chinese technical terms, such as Tao, and simply repeating them in transliterated form after doing one's best to define or explain them when they first arise. There are many ways of writing the history of science.
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