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One year ago on Round and Square (3 April 2013)—China's Lunar Calendar 2013 04-03
One year ago on Round and Square (3 April 2013)—Calendars and Almanacs (j)
Two years ago on Round and Square (3 April 2012)—La Pensée Cyclique: Total Social Phenomena
Three years ago on Round and Square (3 April 2011)—Theory Corner: Bricolage and Change
|[a] Qingming April RF|
|[b] Geomantic depths RF|
If the tweet is "informational" (as today), it is "true." The recipe is "real." The haiku is just, well, odd.
I would tell you more...if I had more than 140 characters with which to work (+ spld thngs fny).
Reading the "Book of Burial" (葬書) with colleagues in Germany. It's a blend of cosmogony, history, and where-the-bodies-are practicality.
Gravesite fengshui text
Mountain, river, parent, child
Where does grandpa go?
A recipe for Qingming Festival as the family sweeps the grave sites. Sweet green rice balls will power you as you clean, socialize, and venerate.
|[c] Ate is Enough RF|