I was interested in the Book of Changes since I read “The Man in the Castle”, the uchronia by Philip K. Dick in which the Yijing (I Ching) played an important part. The Yijing was part of the interests that moved me to study Orientalism in the university, in Buenos Aires in the eighties.

With time other pursuits, especially computer science, took my focus from the Yijing and oriental philosophies, but The Book of Changes always was a source of balance and guidance for me.

Since 2007, after facing a personal crisis, I returned earnestly to Yijing studies and compiled a Yijing dictionary as a database, to improve my understanding of the meaning of the original text.

Now I feel moved to share with others my view on the Book of Changes, first by publishing my dictionary as a book and now with my new book: I CHING: Riding the Changes.

I currently live with my wife in Canada. I work as a software developer and my hobbies, besides the Yijing and oriental philosophies are photography, hiking and my pets.

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YiJing (I Ching) Diccionario de caracteres chinos con concordancia...

By: Daniel Bernardo

Esta obra incluye una presentación bilingüe, español/chino, del texto original de los 64 hexagramas del Libro de los Cambios, mostrando los caracteres chinos junto al texto de la traducción en español. La traducción intenta ser tan literal como sea posible al texto chino original. La mayor parte del libro la ocupa un diccionario chino/español de caracteres chinos que comprende los 933 ideogramas utilizados en el texto de los 64 hexagramas. Asimismo tiene una concordancia...

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YiJing (I Ching) Chinese/English Dictionary with Concordance and T...

By: Daniel Bernardo

This Chinese/English Book of Changes dictionary includes all Chinese characters found in the YiJing as well as a translation and a concordance. Both the traditional explanations for the character's meanings and the findings of the modern research on oracle bones characters are covered. 993 Chinese characters are explained in detail and in many cases not only the traditional but also archaic representations are shown to clarify the character's original significance. Multi...

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