The Koreans: understanding a people and their culture through key words and language. Koreans have a unique character and personality that sets them apart from all other Asians. And although Korean attitudes and behavior may be influenced by the modern world, the Korean mindset is still very much shaped by ancient culture and traditions. As is the case with all ancient cultures created within highly refined and meticulously structured social systems over thousands of years, one of the keys to understanding traditional Korean attitudes and behavior is the language of the people or more precisely, key words in the language. These key words provide access to the Korean mind to core concepts and emotions, the attitudes and feelings that make up the Korean psyche. These key terms reveal both the heart and soul of Koreans and provide bridges for communicating and interacting with Koreans on the most fundamental level. In The Korean Mind, Boye Lafayette De Mente explores the meanings and cultural context of the most important "code words" of the Korean language, terms whose significance goes well beyond their literal definitions, providing an insight into Korean culture and the personality of the Korean people. Keywords include: Aboji, Ah-boh-jee The "Father Culture"Anae, Ah-negh Wives: The Inside PeopleHan Yak, Hahn Yahk The Herbal Way to HealthInnae, Een-nay A Culture of EnduringKatun Sosuy Pap, Kaht-unn Soh-suut Pahp Eating from the Same Rice BowlAnd over 200 more "
Part of The five Feel Brave series of books which help children deal with: confidence issues; change, loss and grief; managing anxiety and fears; and bullying. Wolfgang is excited to be allowed to have his friends over to stay for the whole night. They all have such fun until the lights go out and Wolfgang's secret fear of the dark is revealed. His friends laugh at him until they hear his story and see the Shadow Monster for themselves! Spider shows Wolfgang a special magic trick to make it go away. The magic trick is so good all of his friends want to try it on other things that scare them too. Suitable for children aged 4-7 years. Are you using your Korean Mind : Understanding Contemporary Korean Culture download ebook pdf polytunnel to its full potential? If so you'll be harvesting fresh crops all year round - sweet potatoes and late celery in November; winter radish, baby carrots and celeriac in early February; salads leaves right through the winter. Even in the 'hungry gap' you'll have a choice of new potatoes, pak choi, peas, tender cabbages, beetroot and more. How to Grow Food in Your Polytunnel has all the information you need to make the most of this precious covered space, including: * a detailed crop-by-crop guide to the growing year * dedicated chapters on growing for each season, including the 'hungry gap' * a sowing and harvesting calendar to help with planning.
Author: Boye Lafayette De Mente,
Number of Pages: 480 pages
Published Date: 10 Jun 2012
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Publication Country: Boston, United States
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