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1. 11 Flowers [2011]

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1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 116 minutes) : digital, .flv file, sound Sound: digital. Digital: video file; MPEG-4; Flash.
One of China's foremost directors, Wang Xiaoshuai (Beijing Bicycle, Shanghai Dreams) has created a moving coming-of-age tale set in the final days of China's Cultural Revolution. 11-year-old Wang lives with his family in a remote village in Guizhou province. Life is tough, but they make the most of what little they have. When Wang is selected to lead his school in their daily gymnastics, he is told he must wear a clean, new shirt, which forces his family to make a great sacrifice. Soon after, Wang has an encounter with a wounded, desperate man on the run. In no time their fates are intertwined. System requirements: Adobe Flash Player.
One of China's foremost directors, Wang Xiaoshuai (Beijing Bicycle, Shanghai Dreams) has created a moving coming-of-age tale set in the final days of China's Cultural Revolution. 11-year-old Wang lives with his family in a remote village in Guizhou province. Life is tough, but they make the most of what little they have. When Wang is selected to lead his school in their daily gymnastics, he is told he must wear a clean, new shirt, which forces his family to make a great sacrifice. Soon after, Wang has an encounter with a wounded, desperate man on the run. In no time their fates are intertwined. System requirements: Adobe Flash Player.
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Latest issues in CURRENT PERIODICALS; earlier in STACKS.
Latest: 2015:no.10
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4. Cai xin zhou kan. [2015 - ]

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volumes : illustrations ; 27 cm
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HF41 .C36 Unknown
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"At 12 o'clock at night, some policemen came to our room and started a so-called room inspection. As they began to knock at the door, I turned on a small camcorder. This film is the record of that moment."--Zhi Rikun.
"At 12 o'clock at night, some policemen came to our room and started a so-called room inspection. As they began to knock at the door, I turned on a small camcorder. This film is the record of that moment."--Zhi Rikun.
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537 mian : bu fen cai tu, shu ying, pu xi biao ; 27 gong fen.
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xiii, 224 pages ; 24 cm
  • Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Whip for Spurring Students Onward Through the Chan Barrier Checkpoints -- Preface to Whip for Spurring Students Onward Through the Chan Barrier Checkpoints -- Front Collection: The First Gate -- Front Collection: The Second Gate -- Back Collection: Single Gate -- Chinese Text of Changuan cejin -- Bibliography.
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Jeffrey L. Broughton offers an annotated translation of the Whip for Spurring Students Onward Through the Chan Barrier Checkpoints, which he abbreviates to Chan Whip. This anthology is a classic of Chan (Zen) Buddhism that has served as a Chan handbook in both China and Japan since its publication in 1600. It is a compendium of extracts, over eighty percent of which are drawn from an enormous Chan corpus dating from the late 800s to about 1600-a survey that covers most of the history of Chan literature. The rest of the text consists of complementary extracts from Buddhist sutras and treatises. The extracts, many of which are accompanied by Yunqui Zhuhong's comments, deliberately eschew abstract discussions of theory in favor of sermons, exhortations, sayings, autobiographical narratives, letters, and anecdotal sketches dealing frankly and compassionately with the concrete experiences of lived practice. While there are a number of publications in English on Zen practice, none contain the vivid descriptions found within the Chan Whip. This translation thus fills a large gap in the English-language literature on Chan, and by including the original Chinese text as well Broughton has produced an invaluable tool for scholars and practitioners alike.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Abbreviations -- Introduction -- Whip for Spurring Students Onward Through the Chan Barrier Checkpoints -- Preface to Whip for Spurring Students Onward Through the Chan Barrier Checkpoints -- Front Collection: The First Gate -- Front Collection: The Second Gate -- Back Collection: Single Gate -- Chinese Text of Changuan cejin -- Bibliography.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
Jeffrey L. Broughton offers an annotated translation of the Whip for Spurring Students Onward Through the Chan Barrier Checkpoints, which he abbreviates to Chan Whip. This anthology is a classic of Chan (Zen) Buddhism that has served as a Chan handbook in both China and Japan since its publication in 1600. It is a compendium of extracts, over eighty percent of which are drawn from an enormous Chan corpus dating from the late 800s to about 1600-a survey that covers most of the history of Chan literature. The rest of the text consists of complementary extracts from Buddhist sutras and treatises. The extracts, many of which are accompanied by Yunqui Zhuhong's comments, deliberately eschew abstract discussions of theory in favor of sermons, exhortations, sayings, autobiographical narratives, letters, and anecdotal sketches dealing frankly and compassionately with the concrete experiences of lived practice. While there are a number of publications in English on Zen practice, none contain the vivid descriptions found within the Chan Whip. This translation thus fills a large gap in the English-language literature on Chan, and by including the original Chinese text as well Broughton has produced an invaluable tool for scholars and practitioners alike.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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BQ9288 .Z5813 2015 Available
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177 pages ; 19 cm.
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PL2461 .Z7 C4328 2015 Unknown
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149 pages : ill. ; 27 cm
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10. Chu Anping zhuan [2015]

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ix, 338 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Buddhist sainthood in dharmic history
  • An Indian lineage severed
  • Salvation in writing and the annex of Indian Buddhism
  • Nagarjuna divine and the alchemy of hagiography
  • An Indian silkworm god in China
  • Buddhist saints to bridge the Sino-Indian divide.
A?vaghoa, N?g?rjuna, and ?ryadeva are among the most celebrated Indian patriarchs in Asian Buddhist traditions and modern Buddhist studies scholarship. Scholars agree that all three lived in fi rst- to third-century C.E. India, so most studies have focused on locating them in ancient Indian history, religion, or society. To this end, they have used all available accounts of the Indian patriarchsAE livesuin Sanskrit, Tibetan, various Central Asian languages, and Chinese, produced over more than a millenniumuand viewed them as bearing exclusively on ancient India. Of these sources, medieval Chinese hagiographies are by far the earliest and most abundant. Conceiving the Indian Buddhist Patriarchs in China is the fi rst attempt to situate the medieval Chinese hagiographies of A?vaghoa, N?g?rjuna, and ?ryadeva in the context of Chinese religion, culture, and society of the time. It examines these sources not as windows into ancient Indian history but as valuable records of medieval Chinese efforts to define models of Buddhist sanctity. It explores broader questions concerning Chinese conceptions of ancient Indian Buddhism and concerns about being Buddhist in latter-day China. By propagating the tales and texts of A?vaghoa, N?g?rjuna, and ?ryadeva, leaders of the Chinese sangha sought to demonstrate that the means and media of Indian Buddhist enlightenment were readily available in China and that local Chinese adepts could thereby rise to the ranks of the most exalted Buddhist saints across the Sino-Indian divide. Chinese authors also aimed to merge their own kingdom with the Buddhist heartland by demonstrating congruency between Indian and Chinese ideals of spiritual attainment. This volume shows, for the first time, how Chinese Buddhists adduced the patriarchs as evidence that Buddhist masters from ancient India had instantiated the same ideals, practices, and powers expected of all Chinese holy beings and that the expressly foreign religion of Buddhism was thus the best means to sainthood and salvation for latter-day China. Rich in information and details about the inner world of medieval Chinese Buddhists, Conceiving the Indian Buddhist Patriarchs in China will be welcomed by scholars and students in the fi elds of Buddhist studies, religious studies, and China studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Buddhist sainthood in dharmic history
  • An Indian lineage severed
  • Salvation in writing and the annex of Indian Buddhism
  • Nagarjuna divine and the alchemy of hagiography
  • An Indian silkworm god in China
  • Buddhist saints to bridge the Sino-Indian divide.
A?vaghoa, N?g?rjuna, and ?ryadeva are among the most celebrated Indian patriarchs in Asian Buddhist traditions and modern Buddhist studies scholarship. Scholars agree that all three lived in fi rst- to third-century C.E. India, so most studies have focused on locating them in ancient Indian history, religion, or society. To this end, they have used all available accounts of the Indian patriarchsAE livesuin Sanskrit, Tibetan, various Central Asian languages, and Chinese, produced over more than a millenniumuand viewed them as bearing exclusively on ancient India. Of these sources, medieval Chinese hagiographies are by far the earliest and most abundant. Conceiving the Indian Buddhist Patriarchs in China is the fi rst attempt to situate the medieval Chinese hagiographies of A?vaghoa, N?g?rjuna, and ?ryadeva in the context of Chinese religion, culture, and society of the time. It examines these sources not as windows into ancient Indian history but as valuable records of medieval Chinese efforts to define models of Buddhist sanctity. It explores broader questions concerning Chinese conceptions of ancient Indian Buddhism and concerns about being Buddhist in latter-day China. By propagating the tales and texts of A?vaghoa, N?g?rjuna, and ?ryadeva, leaders of the Chinese sangha sought to demonstrate that the means and media of Indian Buddhist enlightenment were readily available in China and that local Chinese adepts could thereby rise to the ranks of the most exalted Buddhist saints across the Sino-Indian divide. Chinese authors also aimed to merge their own kingdom with the Buddhist heartland by demonstrating congruency between Indian and Chinese ideals of spiritual attainment. This volume shows, for the first time, how Chinese Buddhists adduced the patriarchs as evidence that Buddhist masters from ancient India had instantiated the same ideals, practices, and powers expected of all Chinese holy beings and that the expressly foreign religion of Buddhism was thus the best means to sainthood and salvation for latter-day China. Rich in information and details about the inner world of medieval Chinese Buddhists, Conceiving the Indian Buddhist Patriarchs in China will be welcomed by scholars and students in the fi elds of Buddhist studies, religious studies, and China studies.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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12. Eat drink man woman [1994]

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1 videodisc (124 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical. Digital: video file; DVD video; region 1.
A charming study of love, family, and tradition about a father learning to deal with his daughters becoming women.
A charming study of love, family, and tradition about a father learning to deal with his daughters becoming women.
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13. Eat drink man woman [2015]

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1 videodisc (124 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; stereo. Digital: video file; Blu-Ray.
A charming study of love, family, and tradition about a father learning to deal with his daughters becoming women.
A charming study of love, family, and tradition about a father learning to deal with his daughters becoming women.
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ZDVD 35045 BLU-RAY Unknown
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41 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
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12 v.
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xiii, 243 pages ; 23 cm
  • Confucian Cosmogony and Theism-- Confucian View of Human Nature-- The Basis of Confucian Ethics-- The Confucian Code of Filial Piety-- The Confucian Cult-- The Confucian Ideal-- The Confucian Doctrine of Brotherly Love-- The Status of Women Under a Confucian Regime-- The Confucian Code of Conjugal Harmony-- The Confucian Ethics of Friendship-- The Great War From the Confucian Point.
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This book introduces and promotes Dr Lim Boon Keng's thoughts on Confucianism. Dr Lim is an outstanding thinker and an authority on Confucian history of Singapore. His thoughts on Confucianism represent the fusion of Confucianism and Christianity, which is unique in the history of Confucianism. This book is a compilation of articles, published from 1904 to 1917, and is the most representative of Dr Lim's thoughts on Confucianism. Written in a simple and accessible manner, this book will be of interest to anyone interested in knowing more about Confucianism. This book is the first bilingual version (English and Chinese) on Dr Lim Boon Keng's thoughts on Confucianism.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
  • Confucian Cosmogony and Theism-- Confucian View of Human Nature-- The Basis of Confucian Ethics-- The Confucian Code of Filial Piety-- The Confucian Cult-- The Confucian Ideal-- The Confucian Doctrine of Brotherly Love-- The Status of Women Under a Confucian Regime-- The Confucian Code of Conjugal Harmony-- The Confucian Ethics of Friendship-- The Great War From the Confucian Point.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)
This book introduces and promotes Dr Lim Boon Keng's thoughts on Confucianism. Dr Lim is an outstanding thinker and an authority on Confucian history of Singapore. His thoughts on Confucianism represent the fusion of Confucianism and Christianity, which is unique in the history of Confucianism. This book is a compilation of articles, published from 1904 to 1917, and is the most representative of Dr Lim's thoughts on Confucianism. Written in a simple and accessible manner, this book will be of interest to anyone interested in knowing more about Confucianism. This book is the first bilingual version (English and Chinese) on Dr Lim Boon Keng's thoughts on Confucianism.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)
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BL1855 .L45 2015 Available
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68 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
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A20150316 Unknown
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1 videodisc (139 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; surround; DTS 5.1. Video: laser optical; NTSC. Digital: video file; DVD video; all regions.
Presents a filmed opera performance about the legendary Dutchman who is condemned to wander the seas forever unless he is redeemed by a woman's love.
Presents a filmed opera performance about the legendary Dutchman who is condemned to wander the seas forever unless he is redeemed by a woman's love.
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5 videodiscs (approximately 545 min.) : DVD video, sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. Sound: digital; optical; Dolby Digital 5.1. Digital: video file; DVD video; region 1.
  • Disc 1. Two swords ; The lion and the rose
  • disc 2. Breaker of chains ; Oathkeeper
  • disc 3. First of his name ; The laws of Gods and men
  • disc 4. Mockingbird ; The mountain and the viper
  • disc 5. The watchers on the wall ; The children.
As the season begins, encouraged by the Red Wedding slaughter in the Riverlands that wiped out many of their Stark nemeses, the Lannisters' hold on the Iron Throne remains intact. But can they survive their own egos as well as new and ongoing threats from the south, north and east?
  • Disc 1. Two swords ; The lion and the rose
  • disc 2. Breaker of chains ; Oathkeeper
  • disc 3. First of his name ; The laws of Gods and men
  • disc 4. Mockingbird ; The mountain and the viper
  • disc 5. The watchers on the wall ; The children.
As the season begins, encouraged by the Red Wedding slaughter in the Riverlands that wiped out many of their Stark nemeses, the Lannisters' hold on the Iron Throne remains intact. But can they survive their own egos as well as new and ongoing threats from the south, north and east?
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ZDVD 34828 Unknown
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2 v. (xiv, 1,648 p.) ; 24 cm
East Asia Library
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DS778.7 .L5125 2015 V.1 Unknown
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