Watching the Tree: A Chinese Daughter Reflects on Happiness, Tradition, and Spiritual Wisdom

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Broadway Books, May 1, 2002 - Self-Help - 253 pages
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Interweaving her personal reminiscences with meditations on traditional Chinese wisdom, philosophy, and faith, the author of Falling Leaves unites the disparate elements of Eastern and Western culture in an eloquent reflection on topics ranging from Buddhism and the I Ching to feng shui, medicine, food, and spiritual teachings. Reprint.

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Watching the tree: a Chinese daughter reflects on happiness, tradition and spiritual wisdom

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This brief but compelling book is basically a primer on Chinese culture. In 11 chapters, Mah (Falling Leaves: The True Story of an Unwanted Chinese Daughter) furnishes explanations of Confucius and ... Read full review


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The Wisdom of the I Ching
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Adeline Yen Mah is a physician and writer. She divides her time among London, Hong Kong, and her home in Huntington Beach, California.

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