One of three books in the Chinese Wisdom series of Confucius, Laozi and Zhuangzi, Zhuangzi Says Wo Hen Hao! is for learning contemporary Chinese language through China’s cultural heritage.
Are you studying Chinese? Do you want to know what the Chinese think is good and what is wicked? Do you want to know why the Chinese laugh and why they cry? To really get to the answers, you may have to talk to thousands of people and read tons of books, which is improbable. Well, there may be an easier way to do this: by going back some 2000 years to the times and thoughts of ancient Chinese philosophers.
Chinese Wisdom is a series of Chinese cultural and language books, starting with Confucius, Laozi, Zhuangzi, thinkers and teachers who have helped generations of Chinese in their search for truth, knowledge and path to a meaningful life. The Chinese Wisdom series provides a quick yet insightful look into their thought, and at the same time offers intermediate and advanced language lessons replete with useful sentence patterns, idioms and vocabulary, as well as in the form of stories and fables.
You can’t measure an ocean with a bucket, but you can taste the ocean with a cup. This Chinese Wisdom series will give students an interesting first encounter with Chinese hearts and minds.
Zhuangzi Says Wo Hen Hao! includes three chapters. Each chapter is divided into three topics and each topic consists of three lessons. So, there are a total of nine lessons. Every lesson uses simple words and funny stories to introduce one of Zhuangzi's philosophical sayings, making your learning fun and effective.