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Huang's definitive translation provides Western audiences with deeper insight into the I Ching. . . . Any reader interested in Eastern philosophy definitely will appreciate this book. -- New Age Retailer, Mar/Apr 99
The publisher's decision to call this 'the definitive translation' might at first seem presumptuous, given the fact that generations of readers have come to venerate the Wilhelm, Legge, and Blofeld versions. However, a careful comparison of Huang's translation with these prior classics reveals it superiority in nearly every respect. Readers interested in acquainting themselves with the I Ching for the first time need to look no further; those who have formed a deep personal attachment to a previous translation owe it to themselves to explore this one as well. -- Intuition, Dec 1998
What is constant through the translation is both a sense of tradition and an appreciation of modernity. . . . Throughout is a philosophical calmness, a sense of the intellectual mingling with the spirit of things. Most importantly, Huang makes this a useful Ching, more useful for the current temperament than older, more self conscious translations. -- The Book Reader, Spring/Summer 1999
A professor of Taoist philosophy and former Dean of Students at Shanghai University, Master Alfred Huang is a third-generation master of Tai Chi, Chi Kung, and Oriental meditation, wtih over 50 years of experince. He is the founder of New Harmony, a non-profit organization devoted to teaching self-healing, and is the author of Complete Tai Chi. He lives on the island of Maui.
The work is an "eastern" balance to previous "western" interpretations.Published 2 months ago by David Yowney
As a Chinese and English bilingual, I strongly recommend this translation because I can see why Alfred Huang uses every word. Read morePublished on Oct. 3 2010 by Steve Yellowstone
Expertly translated by Alfred Huang, a third-generation master of Wu style Tai Chi Chuan, Chi Kung, and Oriental meditation, The Complete I Ching is the ancient Eastern... Read morePublished on June 12 2004 by Midwest Book Review
Alfred Huang's modern American prose and poetry translation of the I Ching is "the best" translation I've read. Read morePublished on July 13 2001 by Dr. Ervin Nieves
While this may be an accurate translation of the I Ching, it doesn't make using the I Ching any easier because it is lacking in clarity and directness. Read morePublished on July 12 2001
This book is not for those who seek a mere (and instant) answer for every divination and then continues with life. This is a handbook for spiritual development. Read morePublished on July 5 2000 by taihiong
The insight of the I Ching has been a companion guide in my life for two decades, my well-read, well-marked, well-worn, well-loved Wilhelm translation and my books of journal... Read morePublished on June 8 2000
Because of his thorough understanding of the principles behind the words of the text of the I Ching, Master Huang makes the process of getting acquainted with the theory of changes... Read morePublished on Nov. 9 1999
As an I-Ching author myself (Oracle of Changes I-Ching 1997), I have an exhaustive library of I-Ching books. Read morePublished on June 16 1999 by Paulo