Synopses & Reviews
One of the most highly regarded translations of Lao Tzu's work of genius.
A text of the "Tao Te Ching", the famous Chinese work of literature, both philosophical speculation and mystical reflection, about the harmony and flow of life and the necessity for affinity to it.
About the Author
D.C. Lau read Chinese at the University of Hong Kong, and, in 1946, he went to Glasgow, where he read philosophy. In 1950 he entered the School of Oriental and African Studies in London to teach Chinese philosophy. After lecturing in Chinese philosophy at the University of London he returned to Hong Kong, where he is a Professor at the Chinese University.