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One half of the two opposing forces in Chinese philosophy, yin and yang
Yang (surname), the romanisation transliteration of several different Chinese family names. e.g. Edward Zhong Zhong Yang
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Categories: Disambiguation Taoists Taijitu The concept of yin and yang (Traditional Chinese: é°é½; Simplified Chinese: é´é³; Pinyin: yÄ«nyÃ¡ng; Korean hangul: ìì; hanja: é°é½; revised: eumyang; McCune-Reischauer: Åmyang; Vietnamese: ; Japanese: ; Thai: ) originates in ancient Chinese philosophy and metaphysics, which describes two primal opposing but complementary forces found in all things in the universe. ... Yang is the transliteration of Chinese family name æ¥/æ¨, also spelt as Yeung, which means poplar literally. ... This article needs cleanup. ... Tibet is a region of China, culturally very distinct from the rest of China. ... Dr. Chen Ning Franklin YANG Chen Ning Franklin YANG (æ¥æ¯å¯§ pinyin: YÃ¡ng ZhÃ¨nnÃng) (born September 22, 1922) is a Chinese American physicist, who worked on statistical mechanics and symmetry principles. ...
South and summer are full yang; west and autumn are yang turning to yin; north and winter are full yin, and east and spring are yin turning into yang.
The mostly white portion, being brighter, is yang and the mostly dark portion, being dim, is yin.
Together, the symbolic colours of yin and yang, fl (symbolising darkness, the absence of light) and white (symbolising light) respectively, are combined into a circle that symbolizes Taoism for many: the tàijítú (太極圖), often known as the T'ai Chi symbol or the Pictogram of the Supreme Ultimate.
South and summer are full yang; west and autumn are yang turning to yin; north and winter are full yin, and east and spring are yin turning over to yang.
One way to write the symbols for yin and yang are a solid line (yang) and a broken line (yin) which could be divided into the four stages of yin and yang and further divided into the eight trigrams (these trigrams are used on the South Korea flag).
Yin and Yang, in Otogi 2:Immortal Warriors, were two Guardians from the Land of the Dead that blocked the passage to the Land of the Living.
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