Watching the Tree to Catch a Hare: A Chinese Daughter Reflects on Happiness, Spiritual Beliefs and Universal Wisdom

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HarperCollins, 2001 - China - 248 pages
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Author of bestselling 'Falling Leaves' weaves together for the same audience her own personal experiences with the best of Chinese philosophy.

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User Review  - olduvai - LibraryThing

Despite having grandparents who were Taoist/Buddhist, I never knew much about these religions. Watching The Tree uses various anecdotes from Mah’s life as she discusses everything from language to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Adisha Kariyawasam - Goodreads

I borrowed this beautifully written book from my local library. It is akin to a reflective journal with plenty of fascinating insights into Eastern philosophy and the impact it had made (and continues to make) on the author's life and thought processes. Read full review

Contents

Watching the Tree to Catch a Hare
1
Hidden and Nameless Tao
29
Do Not Do to Others What You Do
43
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About the author (2001)

Adeline Yen Mah was born in Tianjin, studied in London, and now works and lives in California. She is married with two children.

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