Lao-tzu -- Founder of Taoism

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Lao-tzu (about 571B.C. - 471B.C.), also known as Li Er, whose given name is "Dan", was born in the State of Chu with Huaxia nationality.

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

  • Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

    Lao-tzu--the founder of Taoism

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Lao-tzu (about 571B.C. - 471B.C.), also known as Li Er, whose given name is "Dan", was born in the State of Chu with Huaxia nationality. Lao-tzu is a great philosopher and thinker in ancient China, the founder of Taoism, one of the world's 100 famous historical figures; with Dao De Jing(also called Lao-tzu).

天下难事,必作于易;天下大事,必作于细.--《道德经·第六十三章》

In tackling difficult problems it is necessary to start with the easier ones, andgreat undertakings have small beginnings. -- Dao De Jing·Chap 63

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