Generalized inverses and applications: proceedings of an by Madison, Wis., 1973 Advanced Seminar on Generalized

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It tells of the meeting between a frog who lived in a well and a turtle who lived in the ocean. Very proud of being the master of a kingdom of tadpoles and insects the frog was dismayed to hear the turtle talk of the vastness of the sea. The tale refers to the shortsightedness that comes from ignorance of the limitations of one’s own experience. In contrast with Confucius, the Daoist literature characteristically blends whimsical playfulness with philosophical insight and extols the virtues of authentic individualism free from social restraint and communion with a transcendent reality (dao) that still resonate strongly with Chinese people today.

Other common expressions include: Qĭng jìn (lái) Please come in. Qĭng zùo [zwor] Please take a seat. ; Excuse me? Qíng nĭ shuō Please say it; Please speak up. indd 32 21/12/07 10:14:07 AM Let me invite you to dinner 33 Qĭng tā shuō Please ask him to speak/say it. Qĭng yòng Please help yourself (lit. please use). A useful associated expression is qĭng kè [ker] ‘to invite guests’. This is the closest expression in Chinese to ‘having a party’. It appears in expressions like: Wó qĭng kè It’s my treat/invitation.

When can I expect you? Nĭ shì shénme shí hou lái de? When did you come? Wŏ men shénme shí hou chī fàn? When do we eat? Proverb Zhĭ lù wèi mă Call a stag a horse. zhĭ lù wèi mă point at a stag consider as horse This proverb stems from a story from the turbulent time of the second emperor of the Qin dynasty. In 209 BC he succeeded his father who had unified China. His prime minister Zhao Gao had been a high official to his father and wielded real authority in the court. To test the loyalty of the new emperor’s ministers Zhao Gao presented a stag to the emperor insisting that it was a fine horse and challenged the officials to dispute his assertion so as to identify his opponents.

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