Blue Dragon, White Tiger: Taoist Rites of Passage

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Taoist Center, 1990 - Religion - 219 pages
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A view of Chinese religion from the Taoist perspective, which is based on the hypothesis that all Chinese rites of passage are structured by Yin-Yang cosmology. The rituals of marriage, birthing, initiation and burial and all major annual festivals are described.

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Saso is a member of the Department of Religion at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.

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