Oct. 29, 2010 1. L Gu ng ǐ ǎ ǎ 2. Chéng Búzhì h 3. shè shí y n y ǐ ǔ (“shoot rock drink feather”) 4. zhì chéng su zhì, jīn shí wèi kāi ǒ (“Where ultimate sincerity is applied, metal and stone will open to receive it.”) 5. “Though the peach tree does not speak, the world wears a path beneath it”( táo l bù ǐ yán, xià zì chéng xī ) 6. Bó Yí h and Shū Qí h (or Shú Qí) 7. “to decline on principle to eat the grain of Zhōu” ( yì bù shí Zhōu sù ) 8. Hàn W dì ǔ h (r. 141 – 87 BCE) 9. correlative cosmology 10. the five elements, or phases: metal, water, wood, fire, earth
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course CHIN 252 taught by Professor Henry during the Fall '07 term at UNC.