In them I recognized the descendants of the ancient Chinese
The principle of selection I find distinctly given in an ancient Chinese
LUNCHTIME shoppers in Coventry were treated to a display of the ancient Chinese
art of tai chi.
In fact, as much as Cai's work may seem to toy with Westerners' willingness to view it as a contemporary expression of"ancient Chinese
wisdom," it does so only to reveal a trickster or an ironist at work.
Many, many things happen in Lin's dance drama, which calls on the methods of both contemporary modern dance and ancient Chinese
dance to present a visual poem telling of benign and evil forces, old and new.
On October 3, sessions start in the ancient Chinese
art of Tai Chi to keep the body fluid energised.
Feng Shui, the ancient Chinese
art of placement, has been used for thousands of years to find and maintain good energy (chi) in a building to nurture its inhabitants.
A LEAMINGTON man has been given Rugby people their first taste of an ancient Chinese
art of Tai Chi Ch'uan, which has proved therapeutic to the human being for thousands of years.
society, informed by Confucianism, promoted a holistic outlook, Nisbett and his colleagues propose.
texts speak of therapeutic treatments involving the use of earth to cure certain illnesses, as well as to cleanse not only tainted or contaminated objects and spaces, but also the human body.
A team of experts skilled in the ancient Chinese
art visited glasshouses across the country, advising on the siting of the hives for the 2.5 million bumblebees imported from Belgium and Holland to pollinate the British crop.
Although the ancient Chinese
animals qualify as vertebrates, they lack the bony skeleton and teeth seen in most, but not ail, members of this subphylum today.