CHI 16 Vol 1

CHI'16: CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems May 07, 2016-May 12, 2016 San Jose, USA.

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Author: Chi Conference Committee

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ISBN: 145034626X

Category: Computers

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The Plum in the Golden Vase or Chin P ing Mei Volume Four

1353, l. 6; an anonymous twelfth-century quatrain quoted in Ho-lin yù-lu, chiian 5, p. 79, l. 10; a lyric by Wang Chi (cs 1151), Ch'iian Chin Yiian tzou, 1:34, lower register, ll. 15–16; a lyric by Yüan Hao-wen (1190–1257), ...

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Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691169828

Category: Fiction

Page: 1032

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This is the fourth and penultimate volume in David Roy's celebrated translation of one of the most famous and important novels in Chinese literature. The Plum in the Golden Vase or, Chin P’ing Mei is an anonymous sixteenth-century work that focuses on the domestic life of Hsi-men Ch’ing, a corrupt, upwardly mobile merchant in a provincial town, who maintains a harem of six wives and concubines. The novel, known primarily for its erotic realism, is also a landmark in the development of the narrative art form—not only from a specifically Chinese perspective but in a world-historical context. This complete and annotated translation aims to faithfully represent and elucidate all the rhetorical features of the original in its most authentic form and thereby enable the Western reader to appreciate this Chinese masterpiece at its true worth.

The Plum in the Golden Vase or Chin P ing Mei Volume Five

7: Yen-chih chi, chiian 2, scene 30, p. 16b, l. 4; Mu-lien chiu-mu ch'iian-shan hsi-wen, chiian 3, p. 1b, l. 3; Ch'iian-Han chih-chuan, vol. 3, chiian 4, p. 29b, l. 2; Yang-chia fu shih-tai chung-yungyen-i chih-chuan, vol. 1, chiian 4 ...

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Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691169835

Category: Fiction

Page: 624

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This is the fifth and final volume in David Roy's celebrated translation of one of the most famous and important novels in Chinese literature. The Plum in the Golden Vase or, Chin P’ing Mei is an anonymous sixteenth-century work that focuses on the domestic life of Hsi-men Ch’ing, a corrupt, upwardly mobile merchant in a provincial town, who maintains a harem of six wives and concubines. The novel, known primarily for its erotic realism, is also a landmark in the development of the narrative art form—not only from a specifically Chinese perspective but in a world-historical context. This complete and annotated translation aims to faithfully represent and elucidate all the rhetorical features of the original in its most authentic form and thereby enable the Western reader to appreciate this Chinese masterpiece at its true worth.

Science and Civilisation in China Volume 1 Introductory Orientations

1895 vol . 1 tr . Shih Chi , chs . I to 4 inclusive . 1897 vol . 2 tr . Shih Chi , chs , 5 , 6 , 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 , 12 . 1898 vol . 3 ( i ) tr . Shih Chi , chs . 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 17 , 18 , 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 . vol . 3 ( ii ) tr .

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Author: Joseph Needham

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 052105799X

Category: History

Page: 318

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Chi squared Goodness of fit Tests for Censored Data

[BAR 73] BARR D., DAVIDSON T., “A Kolmogorov–Smirnov test for censored samples”, Technometrics, vol. ... for continuous distributions”, Theory of Probability and Its Applications, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 3–21, 1971. [CHI 11a] CHIMITOVA E., ...

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Author: Mikhail S. Nikulin

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119427612

Category: Mathematics

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This book is devoted to the problems of construction and application of chi-squared goodness-of-fit tests for complete and censored data. Classical chi-squared tests assume that unknown distribution parameters are estimated using grouped data, but in practice this assumption is often forgotten. In this book, we consider modified chi-squared tests, which do not suffer from such a drawback. The authors provide examples of chi-squared tests for various distributions widely used in practice, and also consider chi-squared tests for the parametric proportional hazards model and accelerated failure time model, which are widely used in reliability and survival analysis. Particular attention is paid to the choice of grouping intervals and simulations. This book covers recent innovations in the field as well as important results previously only published in Russian. Chi-squared tests are compared with other goodness-of-fit tests (such as the Cramer-von Mises-Smirnov, Anderson-Darling and Zhang tests) in terms of power when testing close competing hypotheses.

100 Year Patra Panchang

GROUP CONSTLATN LUNAR DY NAKSHTRA 189.2 MON 03/10/47 AM 06:57 DAYS MONTH 08:16 AM DEATH DAY TITHI PAKSH ... 06:57 AM Piscium 10:16 Sandhya AM Sasthi AM 6 Meena Revati 02:40 357.2 01/28/47 12:34 PM Lagan 10:40 AM Magha TUE CHI 16 Simha ...

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Author: Swami Ram Charran

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781434376275

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 828

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AN UNFOLDING OF YOUR LIFE ACCORDING TO THE PLANETARY SYSTEM IN VEDIC ASTROLOGY THAT LOOKS AT YOUR LIFE FOR 100 YEARS OR LESS. THIS BOOK WILL TEACH YOU FROM BASIC LESSONS ON LIFE TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF ACHIEVING A GIFT OF SEEING THE FUTURE THRU THE EYES OF THE ANCIENT RISHIS AND SAGES WHO WROTE SUCH GREAT BOOKS AS THE BIBLE, THE TORAH, THE KABALA, THE RAMAYAN AND THE BHAGAWAT GEETA. The knowledge contained in this book will give you the ability to make you and your family safe from all the great obstacles of life such as poverty, separation, death and destruction. The knowledge presented in this book is so accurate you can even predict your date of death and sickness so that you can take steps to change them before they happen]].

The Chinese Human Rights Reader Documents and Commentary 1900 2000

See James Legge, Lichi, vol. 1, pp. 456–57. 14. Source unknown. 15. Book of Rites 12. See James Legge, Li chi, vol. 1, p.470. 16. A famous Song dynasty Confucian who lived from 1130 to 1200. 17. Book of Rites 30; see James Legge, Li chi ...

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Author: Stephen C. Angle

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317457947

Category: History

Page: 350

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Representative selections from China's twentieth-century human rights discourse, rendered into fluid and non-technical English. The documents are arranged chronologically, and each is preceded by a brief introduction dealing with the author and the immediate context. The book also includes a glossary in which translations of key terms are linked to their Chinese equivalents.

Hsieh Liang tso and the Analects of Confucius

Chung-yung 16; Chan (102) translates: “ [Such is] the impossibility of hiding the real [ch 'eng E532] . ” 85. ... Li-chi 2/ 16 “Chii li, hsia”; Legge, Li Ki, vol. 1, 112. 87. Analects 10:2; Lau 101. 88. AnaIects10:2; Lau 101. 89.

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Author: Thomas W. Selover

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780198035480

Category: Religion

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Hsieh Liang-tso (c.1050-c.1120, known as master Shang-ts'ai) was one of the leading direct disciples of Ch'eng Hao and Ch'eng I, the two brothers who were the early leaders of the Confucian revival known as Neo-Confucianism in Northern Sung China. Hsieh was thus among the first to recognize and follow the insights of the Ch'eng brothers as definitive of the authentic Confucian tradition, a recognition that became the conviction of the majority of later Confucian scholars and practitioners. The present book is a focused analysis of the core value of Confucian thought, namely jen (humanity or co-humanity), through an investigation of Hsieh Liang-tso's analysis of the Analects of Confucius. Selover argues that Hsieh's handling of key issues in interpreting and applying the Confucian Analects, his experiential reasoning and his deference to scriptural classics and earlier tradition, bear important similarities to the practice of theology in Western religious traditions. The volume also contains a translation of Hsieh's commentary on the Analects, as well as a foreword by the renowned scholar of Confucianism, Tu Wei-ming.

Chen T ai Chi Volume 1

Journal of the Chenstyle Taijiquan Research Association, 1(4): 4–16. Huang, W. (1973). Fundamentals of t'ai-chi ch'uan. Hong Kong: South Sky Book Company. Jacobs, A. (Dir.). (1990). Encyclopédie philosophique universelle, vol. II.

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Author: Michael DeMarco

Publisher: Via Media Publishing

ISBN: 9781893765085

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 132

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When we think of martial arts in “old China,” we get visions of violent convulsions of dynastic change, devastating rebellions, civil wars, and banditry. Throughout the centuries there was a need for masters who possessed highly effective martial skills for positions in the military, protection services, and law enforcement. Out of this historical reality emerged a national treasure we call taijiquan. Chen-style taijiquan formulated during the days of military strategist Qi Jiguang (1528–1587), and its founder is considered to be militia battalion commander Chen Wangting (1600–1680). The art evolved. Its mystique remains fundamentally a true fighting art, including bare-handed forms and applications, plus an arsenal of weapons that includes the spear, straight sword, broadsword, and halberd. Then there are the associated training methods used to master this complete system, such as qigong, push-hands, and standing post. All of these practices are infused with knowledge associated with the physical and mental aspects of the human condition. Chen style encompasses a complete martial system. It has a deserved reputation for its combative efficiency, but also as a health-nurturing modality. The vastness of the Chen-style curriculum is way beyond the scope of most people to fully learn, so practitioners focus on what they can handle. Usually a solo routine is sufficient. Since all taiji styles stem from the original Chen family system, the Chens certainly share in the credit for taiji’s popularity in general, especially as an exercise purely for health benefits. Regardless of taiji style—be it Chen, Yang, Wu, Sun, Hao, or other—any serious taiji practitioner or scholar should have some understanding of the Chen family roots to get a vision of the whole tree. This two-volume anthology brings much of the rich heritage conveniently together for your reading. In this first volume, prepare yourself to sit at the feet of the main representatives of the Chen Village, including Chen Xiaowang, Chen Xiaoxing, and Wang Xi’an. Read rare text from Chen Xin, a member of the literati who expounded on the inner workings of Chen taiji by utilizing Daoist and traditional medical knowledge. In addition to the detailed history and penetrating philosophy you’ll find here, perhaps of greater importance are the clear explanations outlining each step in the learning process toward mastering Chen-style taiji. Only a very high-level teacher can understand what methods of instruction work best. Students don’t know; that’s why they should follow a teacher’s instructions as closely as possible. Chapters included here clarify what proper training entails and why much time and effort (gongfu) are necessary to gain results. As echoed among practitioners in taiji’s birthplace: “If you drink water from Chen Village, your feet know how to kick.” This two-volume edition brings you to the village for traditional instruction.

Fu Ssu nien

Lo Chia-lun hsien-sheng wen-ts'un ,%%{fi§'5$j(Z1?. Taipei, 1988, 7 vols. “Yfian-ch'i lin-li te Fu Meng-chen” 7T3§,i1}$%%E14J1§iE. Chuan-chi wen—hsiieh, 16:1 (1970), 93-96. Also in Fu ku hsiazrchang ai-wan-lu. Taipei, 1951, 41-46.

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Author: Fansen Wang

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521480512

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 261

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Wang's biography of Fu Ssu-nien examines Fu's important role in modern China's intellectual development.

The Plum in the Golden Vase or Chin P ing Mei Volume Two

See Chiu T'ang shu (Old history of the Tang dynasty), compo Liu Hsu (887-946) et aI., 16 vols. ... also occurs in Yiian-ch'ii hsian, 2:527, I. 13; P'o-yao chi, chiian 2, scene 19, p. 8a, II. 3-4; and San-kuo chih t'ung-su yen-i, vol. 1 ...

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Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9781400847624

Category: Fiction

Page: 720

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In this second of a planned five-volume series, David Roy provides a complete and annotated translation of the famous Chin P'ing Mei, an anonymous sixteenth-century Chinese novel that focuses on the domestic life of His-men Ch'ing, a corrupt, upwardly mobile merchant in a provincial town, who maintains a harem of six wives and concubines. This work, known primarily for its erotic realism, is also a landmark in the development of narrative art--not only from a specifically Chinese perspective but in a world-historical context. With the possible exception of The Tale of Genji (1010) and Don Quixote (1615), there is no earlier work of prose fiction of equal sophistication in world literature. Although its importance in the history of Chinese narrative has long been recognized, the technical virtuosity of the author, which is more reminiscent of the Dickens of Bleak House, the Joyce of Ulysses, or the Nabokov of Lolita than anything in the earlier Chinese fiction tradition, has not yet received adequate recognition. This is partly because all of the existing European translations are either abridged or based on an inferior recension of the text. This translation and its annotation aim to faithfully represent and elucidate all the rhetorical features of the original in its most authentic form and thereby enable the Western reader to appreciate this Chinese masterpiece at its true worth.

Black Belt

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The oldest and most respected martial arts title in the industry, this popular monthly magazine addresses the needs of martial artists of all levels by providing them with information about every style of self-defense in the world - including techniques and strategies. In addition, Black Belt produces and markets over 75 martial arts-oriented books and videos including many about the works of Bruce Lee, the best-known marital arts figure in the world.

Black Belt

6: Ninja Worries of Night; Jay T. Will's Karate; Karate for New York Police; Tai Chi for Self-Defense or Meditation; ... VOL. 16, NO. 1: Pu Gill Gwon on Breaking Techniques; 1977 Year- Karateka & Judoka; Results of 10th Maccabiah; ...

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Tai Chi Odyssey Vol 1

Wudang Mountain, 3-4 wuji, 47-48, 50, 57 Xia Tao, 80 Xi'an city, 2 xingyiquan, 94-96 Xu, Yusheng, 13 Xu, Yuxiang, 14-15, 17 Yang, Banhou, 16-18, 85, 95 Yang, Chengfu, 18-19, 72-73, 93-96 Yang, Jianhou, 16-18, 95 Yang, Luchan, 11, 14-18, ...

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Author: Michael DeMarco

Publisher: Via Media Publishing

ISBN: 9781893765474

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 204

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As a digital edition, this two-volume anthology offers not only a handy historical overview of taijiquan history, but most chapters focus on actual practice. Guidance is provided through Carol Derrickson’s discussions on taijiquan classic writings as well as from other highly experienced instructors in their own chapters. Dr. Linda Lehrhaupt’s chapter inspires one to practice by explaining how mental changes occur in a student during initial weeks of classes. Although most taiji classes are offered by individuals in their own schools, a number of classes are also offered in academic settings. Andrew Peck gives a fine example of how taiji is taught in a university setting. Other authors present subtle aspects of practice—be it eye movement, circles that exist even in movements that appear to be liner, benefits derived from solo and group practice, or the too often elusive element of relaxation. All these chapters will prove valuable to anyone wishing to improve their quality of practice and thus to reap more health benefits taiji has to offer. The same embodied principles can be utilized in martial applications. Peter Lim wrote two chapters. In one he details general taiji principles that are put into the practice, while in the other chapter he looks specifically at how the principles can be applied in combat. His chapters provide a solid foundation for better understanding tuishou, the two-person push-hands practice that Herman Kaus and Hal Mosher (with the help of Allen Pittman) discuss. Greg Wolfson (with the help of Scott Rodell) writes about push-hands and sanshou—a high-level two-person practice of combative training. Russ Mason’s short but pertinent chapter samples two favorite techniques: wardoff and diagonal flying. The chapters by Donald Mainfort and Joel Stein are relatively unique in that they look at the variety of taiji forms—contrasting the original Chen Style with the Yang Style, and the large and medium frames—helping us better understand how and why routines differ, and which may be better suited for particular individuals. As a result, we can also see why movements from different styles can blend into anyone’s practice. Comprised of articles previously published in the Journal of Asian Martial Arts—we are highly optimistic that you will find something on each page of this anthology to be of great use in your understanding and practice.

Black Belt

6: Ninja Worries of Night; Jay T. Will's Karate; Karate for New York Police; Tai Chi for Self-Defense or Meditation; ... VOL. 16, NO. 1: Pu Gill Gwon on Breaking Techniques; 1977 Year- Karateka & Judoka; Results of 10th Maccabiah; ...

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Black Belt

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The oldest and most respected martial arts title in the industry, this popular monthly magazine addresses the needs of martial artists of all levels by providing them with information about every style of self-defense in the world - including techniques and strategies. In addition, Black Belt produces and markets over 75 martial arts-oriented books and videos including many about the works of Bruce Lee, the best-known marital arts figure in the world.

Shotokan Katas vol 1 Heian Shodan in Daoist Eyes

21, 44 Heaven.......................... 30, 31, 36 Heian Godan ............ 16, 18, 29, 34 Heian Nidan.... 8, 15, 18, 28, 29, 41 Heian Sandan ..... 15, 16, 18, 29, 34 Heian Yondan15, 18, 28, 29, 41, 42 Heisokudachi .

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Author: Adam Dobrzynski

Publisher: Adam's Shotokan Karate Books

ISBN: 9781736344712

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 53

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My book contains grammatical mistakes, and for that I am deeply sorry. This is the first book in a series, which is intented to examine the links between Shotokan Karate and the three teachings - Daoism, Confucianism and Buddhism. The book deals with Heian Shodan (aka Pinan Shodan) and the rest of Heian katas. We can learn a lot from the Chinese origins of Karate. Daoism (Taoism) in particular has been forgotten in modern times, as a tool for understanding Karate and improving it. There are very practical conclusions that we can come to, using Daoism. In order to achieve that, we must develop a deep understanding of the Heian katas using Chinese philosophy. The book explains how Yin and Yang and the Five Elements (Wuxing) theories are connected to the Heians. We especially concentrate on the Wood Element, which is the element of Heian Shodan, and has profound implications on the kata. Topics from Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) are brought up, including the relations between the basic katas and the organs and meridians. Then we turn to Emotional Karate, and observe the psychological benefit, that one could derive from Karate. Karate can contribute to our mental well-being. And our state of mind, as proven, effects our body - including chronic pains. After understanding the distinguishing qualities of Heian Shodan, we can understand why it is a particularly good kata for releasing a repressed anger. As for other issues: Some techniques are presented, in order to improve the kata and our benefit from it. We also learn how other katas may recuperate Heian Shodan. A mathematical formula of the five Heians is suggested, with an application to Heian Shodan's movements. Other Shotokan katas are also mentioned - as well as specific Karate moves and stances. Finally, we warn about excessiveness, and explain how to prevent it. By the way, several interesting topics are discussed: the far and the relatively modern history of Karate and of other martial arts, our Karate ancestors and even Chinese and Japanese characters and words. In conclusion, although the book deals with Chines philosophy, it has many very applicable sides.

The Plum in the Golden Vase Or Chin P ing Mei The aphrodisiac

4; K'ung Shu-fang shuang-yii shan-chui chuan, p. 68, l. 1; Huan-sha chi, scene 17, p. 57, l. 10; Yen-chih chi, chiian 1, scene 16, p. 2la, l. 8; Hai-fu shan-t'ang tz'u-kao, chiian 3, p. 178, ll. 4-5; Hsi-yu chi, vol. 1, ch. 13, p.

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Author: Hsiao-hsiao-sheng

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 0691125341

Category: Fiction

Page: 800

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A five-volume translation of the classic sixteenth-century Chinese novel on the domestic life of a corrupt merchant.

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The oldest and most respected martial arts title in the industry, this popular monthly magazine addresses the needs of martial artists of all levels by providing them with information about every style of self-defense in the world - including techniques and strategies. In addition, Black Belt produces and markets over 75 martial arts-oriented books and videos including many about the works of Bruce Lee, the best-known marital arts figure in the world.

Possessing the Past

40. “Piao chi” (The Record on Example), in Li chi, p. 1642. Creel, Origins ofStatecraft in China, vol. 1, pp. ... “Chieh-pi” (Awakening the Unenlightened), in Hsun-tzu chi-chieh, reprinted in Chu-tzu chi-ch'eng, vol. 16, p. 261.

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Author: 國立故宮博物院

Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art

ISBN: 9780810964945

Category: Art

Page: 648

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Introduces Chinese dynastic history, and examines the Museum and its collection