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  1. Lin Yutang (Traditional Chinese:林語堂; Simplified Chinese:林语堂, October 10, 1895 – March 26, 1976) was a Chinese writer, linguist, and essayist.

  2. Asian Art On Man and Nature Lin Yutang Chinese dated 1971–1972 Not on view Lin Yutang wrote this piece for his son-in-law Li Ming (Richard Lai). It begins with a transcription of a passage from the essay "On Nature" by Xunzi (Xun Qing, 340–245 B.C.), one of the twin pillars of early Confucianism.

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    1895 — 1976 Lin Yutang World famous author, Lin played a unique role in explaining Chinese culture to the West from the 1930s into the 1950s. Late in life he returned to the Christian faith of his youth. Shanghai Lin Yutang was born on October 10, 1895, in a mountain village in Fujian province.

  4. 12. März 2020 · Years before his breakout English-language debut, Lin Yutang began to contemplate a question that exerted a magnetic pull on the minds of many: the question of how to develop a typewriter for the Chinese language that could achieve the scope and reputation of its Western counterpart.

  5. 9. März 2021 · Lin Yutang burst onto the international literary scene with his book, My Country and My People (1935), which was an overnight best-selling success in the United States in which he presented his interpretation of Chinese life, culture, attitudes and ways of living never presented in the same way in the West. Its publication brought him to America for a decades-long sojourn in the U.S. This was ...

  6. Lin Yutang’s ideal is the ‘scamp’ – an amiable loafer who wanders through life, learning, loving, living. He is a good-natured Renaissance Man, dabbling here and there, connoisseur of nothing, dilettante extraordinaire. He is earthbound, a man of his biology and of his senses. (For Lin, happiness is “largely a matter of digestion.”.

  7. Deutschsprachige Ausgaben des Tao Te King : Yutang *10.10.1895, Laotse. Fischer Bücherei Frankfurt/M , Hamburg. 216 Seiten. Die Übersetzung dieser amerikanischen Ausgabe besorgte Gerolf Coudenhove - so daß man die vorliegende deutsche Textversion streng genommen als sein Werk ansehen müsste.