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  • Becuase, you know, if I was secretly a shao lin-trained jihadi, of COURSE I'd be honest about that with the TSA!

    Thoughtcrime

  • That evening , the Lindens, their two sons and I feasted on a local version of the classic hong shao yu red-cooked fish, fried until golden then braised in a soy-based sauce with fragrant seasonings like star anise, cinnamon and chili paste.

    China, As It Was

  • Any Chinese fans who have ever shouted "black whistle" (hei shao) in frustration at poorly officiated games now have an epic scandal to confirm their worst suspicions -- not only about the soccer league but also about the government-run system behind it.

    Why Chinese Soccer Teams Stink

  • “Huo shao gong de lin” pronounced hwaw shao gawng duh leen means anger burns your virtue.

    Tao II

  • There is a renowned ancient spiritual teaching: Huo shao gong de lin.

    Tao II

  • So far she has blogged about plane food (Thomas Soukakos from Vios made her a box lunch), scallops in Hong Kong, xiao long bao (steamed soup dumplings) in Shanghai, hong shao ti pang at Jesse and dinner at Jean-Georges.

    Newstand & Bookcase

  • For a change, flavor the soup with tamari soy sauce, mirin, shao shing rice wine; add sliced tatsoi or chopped bok choy, carrots, onions, whatever.

    A Chat with Soup & Bread Founder, Martha Bayne

  • “Huo shao gong te lin” can be translated as being upset or angry, or yelling at others is a fire to burn the forest of your good virtue or simply anger burns virtue.

    Tao I

  • Therefore, this profound and important spiritual teaching, Huo shao gong te lin, is to share with humanity not to be upset, not to be angry, not to yell, because you will lose your most important and valuable possession: virtue.

    Tao I

  • Han and the Yi are living mixed together and bandits appear randomly, so that shao were built each ten, twenty, or thirty li along each route with soldiers to guard them.

    Between Winds and Clouds: The Making of Yunnan (Second Century BCE to Twentieth Century CE)

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