China And The Global Economy with Chungliang Al Huang

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Always a delight, Chungliang Al Huang brings his heartfelt wisdom, engaging style of communication, and ability to bridge Eastern and Western philosophies to the listener. Here, China and the emerging global society serve as the focus of his remarkable world view. "As human beings, we must help one another transcend this 'we' and 'they' if we truly want to become one family. We must honor our world heritage. Then we can become a true human family and peace and harmony can penetrate into our human consciousness." Huang reawakens the hope that peace is possible, respect for diversity is attainable, and the world will only grow in wonder as we uncover the wisdom of the "all." (hosted by Michael Toms)


Founder and president of the Living Tao Foundation and director of the Lan Ting Institute in China, Huang is also a Tai Ji master, calligrapher. He is the author of several books, including:

  • Embrace Tiger Return to Mountain: The Essence of Tai Ji (Celestial Arts 1988)
  • Quantum Soup: Fortune Cookies in Crisis (Celestial Arts 1991)
  • Tai Ji: Essential Tai Ji (Celestial Arts 2001)
  • Mentoring: The TAO of Giving and Receiving Wisdom (coauthor Jerry Lynch( (HarperSanFrancisco 1995)
  • Thinking Body, Dancing Mind: Tao Sports for Extraordinary Performance (coauthor Jerry Lynch) (Bantam Books 1992
  • Working Out, Working Within: The Tao of Inner Fitness Through Sports and Exercise (coauthor Jerry Lynch) (Tarchar/Putnam 1998)
  • The Five Elements Video

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Topics Explored in This Dialogue

  • The key to achieving worldwide peace and a sound global economy
  • Why the government in China is so fearful of Chi Gung
  • Some surprising influences China has had on other cultures
  • A reoccurring theme throughout Chinaís history
  • First hand accounts of growing up in China
  • Fascinating insights into China's compelling history
  • The changing climate of world culture
  • Why it is so important for us to become China's ally
  • The ecological crisis in China that may affect us all
  • The secret symbolism of the Chinese language
Host: Michael Toms       Interview Date: 7/26/1999       Program Number: 2787