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Kuan-Yin: The Cult of Half Asia
  • C. Tay
  • History
  • History of Religions
  • 1 November 1976
In Mahayana Buddhism, which offers to all beings a ydna or "vehicle" leading to liberation by faith and love as well as by knowledge,l the central figure is Kuan-yin (the BodhisattvaExpand
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The Buddha as Healer
  • C. Tay
  • Art
  • History of Religions
  • 1 November 1981
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Two Poems of Mao Tse-tung in the Light of Chinese Literary Tradition
It has been said that poetry is the voice of the heart. In Mao Tse-tung's first poem Changsha , and Swimming written after his success, we have a picture of his aspiration and inspiration, hisExpand
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The Lotus Sutra in Its Latest Translation
  • C. Tay
  • Art
  • History of Religions
  • 1 May 1980
The book teems with methodological ripostes, always sharp and often witty, as well as numerous clarifications of Dumezil's own methods. Of the fifteen questions romaines, the first, concerning theExpand
From Snow to Plum Blossoms: A Commentary on Some Poems by Mao Tse-tung
The Great Shun once said, “Poetry bespeaks the emotion.” As Ezra Pound puts it, “Poetry is a verbal statement of emotional values; a poem is an emotional value verbally stated.” From the earliestExpand
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