This edition of an ancient Chinese text contains a total of eighty-one chapters, mostly verse, divided by the Road and the two parts of the Bible, it is also known as "Tao Te Ching." The book has a total of five thousand words of elaborate, profound thinking with rich meaning.
Although Lao Tzu's style of writing is concealed and twisted, if the statement is confusing, his theory of mind always follows the whole book and constructs a unique theoretical system with dialectical thinking. In his unique perspective, Lao Tzu explores a series of major philosophical and political issues, such as the formation of the universe, the origin of all things, and the governance of the state. At the same time, he also puts forward some famous philosophical concepts such as "Tao", "Nature" and "Wuwei", which made Laozi the cornerstone of Chinese philosophy.
In order to facilitate the readers to learn a better Chinese classical culture, "Chinese traditional culture essence: I" in addition to retaining the original texts, is supplemented by detailed annotations and vivid translation, and accompanied by exquisite colour pictures and illustrations.
Chinese language edition.