The Book of Changes is the root of natural philosophy and ethical practice in Chinese traditional ideology and culture, and has a tremendous impact on Chinese culture. It is the crystallization of the wisdom and culture of the ancient Han people, and is known as the "head of the group, the source of the avenue." In ancient times, it was the art of imperialism, the compulsory work of politicians, military strategists, and merchants. The Book of Changes contains all kinds of elements, and it is an outstanding representative of the traditional culture of the Han nationality. It is the most subtle and all-encompassing, and it is also the source of Chinese civilization.


Presenter:He Guodong, Yi Xue, founder of the World Society for the Study of the Book of Changes. The family studies the Yijing Encyclopedia, and the Zhizhou Kyushu, the purpose of the culture. Its footprints throughout Europe, the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, China, and Southeast Asia, and the city of the original city of the original Dan, sitting on the secluded home. He has lectured in the Yijing series of nearly 30 lectures in the United Nations. Through the Yijing, he interprets the true meaning of things and life, among which the noble truth, the time-lapse tunnel and the life of the universe and the laws of life.


time: 9/14/2014 2:30pm

location:Columbia University Campus - See the WeChat group notification after registration