Chen jen – pure man, a spiritual accomplished person.
Tao Chia – the school of Tao, one of the many branches of Taoism, mainly influenced by Lao Tzu and his Tao Te Ching.
Tao – Main concept in Taoism – the Great Pervader, the creator and sustainer of the created universe (wan-wu).
Wan-Wu – The ten-thousands-thing – expression meaning the created universe.
Te – In relation with Tao, the features of the later.
Tao Te Ching – The main Taoist sources assigned to Lao Tzu.
Lao Tzu – (The venerable master) the father of Taoism and author of Tao Te Ching.
Wu – In Taoism, emptiness.
Wu-wei – Nonaction, the model of conduct for the Taoists.
Fu – Return to the roots.
Confucius – The leader of the ethical school teaching rightness and humanity fighting for primacy with Taoism.
Yin-Yang – The polarity principle governing the world of things and beings.
I Ching – (Classic of Changes) one of the ching – meaning sacred book – of the ancient Chinese culture.
Ching – Sacred book of the ancient Chinese culture much like Bible.