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Insight Vietnam Episode 15, clip 2 of 2 - The Pharmaceutical Market in V...

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Insight Vietnam Episode 15, clip 1 of 2 - The Pharmaceutical Market in V...

About YourVietbooks.com
YourVietBooks is a collection of books on Vietnam for Readers who are interested in Vietnam's History, Culture, Language, Business & Management. Titles are available in English, French, German and Vietnamese.
YourVietBooks is a Division of Saigon Business Corporation Pte Ltd - Singapore.
Find out more about our translation and consulting services under YourVietnamExpert.com

The Other Side of Midnight: The Fundamental Principle of Polarity.

Original Title in English
By Author:Dillon Masters 

About the Book:


“The Other Side…” tells how the principle of polarity, when correctly understood, can transform our sense of conflict into harmony and show us how to solve the many problems we face today. This vision moves us from delusion to clarity and provides us with the means to meet our challenges with respect, dignity and truth. Moving from bad dreams (our present reality) to good dreams (our opportunity) is a matter of waking up to the integral nature of connectivity between ubiquitous polarity, regardless of venue ⎯ physical or metaphysical. While primarily a Zen thesis, the author employs material from Christian mystics, other Buddhists and even quantum physics to state his case. Read More



About the Author:
Dillon Masters was born in 1940 and cut his Zen teeth 30 years ago while living in a Zen Monastery in the Catskill mountains of upstate New York. It was there at Dai Bosatsu that he awakened to the Buddhist understanding …

Philosophy: Analysing The Causes and Effects of Life

Original Title in Vietnamese. Quán xét nhân duyên đời sống
By Ven. Thích Toàn Châu
Proposed English Title: Analysing The Causes and Effects of Life
By Translator : Anh Tho Andres @yourvietnamexpert.com
Backcover:


Original text in Vietnamese:


Nhận thức đổi thay thì định hướng đời sống cũng theo đó mà đổi thay. 
Phật học gọi đó là CHUYỂN.
Muốn chuyển đời sống, phải chuyển nghiệp;
Muốn chuyển nghiệp, phải chuyển tri kiến hay nhận thức,
Hay khai sáng tri kiến la điều cần thiết nhất của sự chuyển hóa đời sống.


English Translation by Anh Tho


Changing your perception will change your orientation in life. 
In Buddhism, this process is called CHANGE or TRANSFORMATION;
To transform your life, you have to change your karma/kamma;
To change your karma, you have to change your knowledge or perception.
Enlightening your knowledge is the most important thing to do in order to change your life orientation.

Contents
Part One: Nguyên lý và hiện tượng đời sống
1. Nhận thức định hướng đời sống
2. Phật pháp đối với nhận thức

IR - One Definition A Day: Taiwan Economic Miracle

IR - One Definition A Day: 
Source: Wikipedia
Taiwan Miracle


The Taiwan Miracle (traditional Chinese: 台灣奇蹟 or 臺灣奇蹟; pinyinTáiwān Qíjì) or Taiwan Economic Miracle refers to the rapidindustrialization and economic growth of Taiwan during the latter half of the twentieth century. As it has developed alongside Singapore,South Korea and Hong Kong, Taiwan became known as one of the "Four Asian Tigers".

BackgroundAfter a period of hyperinflation in the late 1940s when the Kuomintang (KMT) military regime of Chen Yi overprinted the new Taiwan Yuan against the previous Japan Taiwan Yen, it became clear that a new and stable currency was needed. When the KMT government retreated to Taiwan after the loss of mainland China in the Chinese Civil War, it brought the part of precious metal and foreign currency reserve of mainland China to the island. Although war-ravaged China had held only a very small reserve - some $170 million in all[1], those reserves helped to establish a gold-standard …