On page 8, have the students find the term the Chinese used for the mystical person said to be the founder of Daoism and give the English translation.
Ask them what they think the term "Old Master" reveals to us about Chinese attitudes, even today, towards old age and teachers. Note that they all have Chinese members in their populations.
Ask whether it is necessary to be born Chinese in order to practice Daoism and how they know pages 44 - In conclusion, underscore two points: Daoism is so deeply a part of their culture that Chinese people may not think of some ideas and things as specifically part of Daoist thought "tai ji quan," a form of martial art and meditation, is a good example Daoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism exist side by side in Chinese culture and the Chinese borrow and accept ideas from all three beliefs which are referred to as the "Three Teachings" or "Three Creeds" see pages 18 - When using oil, hold the candle horizontally as you rub the oil on.
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