Lin Yutang

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Lin Yu•tang

(ˈlɪn ˈyuˈtɑŋ)
(Lin Yü-t'ang), 1895–1976, Chinese author and philologist.
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But to do this well, I can only revive and revitalize the thought of a largely forgotten figure, Lin Yutang, one who has already made this defense most eloquently.
Lin Yutang translated sections of Xie's diaries into English and published them introducing Xie's work to an international audience (see Lin and Xie; the book was also translated to French, German, Russian, Japanese, Korean, and Esperanto).
Art Gallery highlights include "A Journey to Fujian," examining the work of Lin Yutang and Bing Xin, along with Shoushan stone carvings and Dehua porcelain.
As Chinese author and philosopher Lin Yutang said, "Besides the noble art of getting things done, there is the noble art of leaving things undone.
My favourite concerns Lin Yutang, the noted early 20th-century philosopher and apologist for traditional Chinese spirituality and culture.
Lin Yutang Ghinese-English dictionary of Modern usage.
Sample, and "Discovering Humour in Modern China: The Launching of the Analects Fortnightly Journal and the 'Year of Humour' (1933)," by Qian Suogiao, do exactly this sort of careful social and historical contextualization for the work of Lin Yutang.
5) Lin Yutang (1939, 139) considers that the gender difference advocated by Zhu Xi, by which the "correct position" of the husband outside the home and of the wife inside it were prescribed, is not necessarily an attempt at creating a hierarchy, but more of a need resulting from a better division of labor.
Lin Yutang, escritor e poeta chines, nascido em 1895, que viveu a maior parte de sua vida nos EUA, escreveu um livro para explicar a filosofia, cultura e arte chinesas para os americanos (A importancia de compreender) e disse preciosas palavras sobre a velhice: "Os jovens deveriam ter a sabedoria dos velhos e os velhos deveriam ter o coracao dos jovens" (YUTANG, 1981, p.
The worst indecorous critique among Chinese scholars was Lin Yutang (1895-1976) who penned the essay On Tagore's Political Thought.
The lesser-known scholar Lin Yutang established himself in China before immigrating to the United States in the 1930s, where he secured a teaching post at Harvard.
Lin Yutang (1895-1976), the son of a Presbyterian minister, grew up in imperial China, was engaged in the struggles leading to the birth of the Republic in 1919, and then studied at Harvard and Leipzig Universities before returning to teach in Beijing.