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Accredited translator for certified translationsJan 2007
As an English book translator and freelancer, I registered to be an accredited translator for certified translations at my home district since 2007 up to date.
B.A. in English1991 - 1995 (4 years)
Tư tưởng của các Triết gia Vĩ đại (Tác giả: William S. Sahakan - Mabel. Sahakan)
Translated from Ideas of the Great Philosophers, Authors: William S. Sahakian and Mabel Lewis Sahakian, the book is one of my 20 English translated and published books in Vietnamese. It contains 06 parts: 1. Epistemology and Logic; 2. Ethics and Philosophies of Life Social, Political and Legal Philosophy; 3. Philosophy of Religion; 4. Metaphysics; and 5. Contemporary Types of Philosophy. In short, an overview of branches of philosophy!
SÁU CHIẾC MŨ TƯ DUY (Six Hat Thinking) by Edwards de Bono
A textbook of how to think: Focusing on "what can be" instead of "what is", a system designed by Edward de Bono to describe a tool for group discussion and individual thinking involving six colored hats. "Six Thinking Hats" and the associated idea parallel thinking provide a means for groups to plan thinking processes in a detailed and cohesive way, and in doing so to think together more effectively
THIỀN TRONG THI HỌA (ZEN ART FOR MEDITATION), Authors: Stewart W. Holmes and Chimyo Horioka
This book is about emptiness and silence—the mind-expanding emptiness of Zen painting, and the reverberating silence of haiku poetry. Through imaginative participation in the visions of painters and poets, its readers are led to the realization that, in the author's words, "emptiness, silence, is not nothingness, but fullness. Your fullness."
KỸ THUẬT ĐỐI KHÁNG CỜ TÀN CUỘC (Authors: Alexander Beliavsky and Adrian Mikhalchishin)
Translated from WINNING ENDGAME TECHNIQUE of Alexander Beliavsky and Adrian Mikhalchishin. The two leading grandmasters study a variety of typical practical endgame situations and techniques of many top players, including Kasparov, Karpov, Fischer, Short, Speelman, Dvoretsky, Yusupov, Shirov, Timman and Ivanchuk. They provide strategic guidance which is aimed at club and postal players of all levels of experience, either when playing or when deciding what type of endgame to aim for.
NGŨ GIA THIỀN PHÁP (FIVE HOUSES OF ZEN), Author: Thomas Cleary
For all its emphasis on the direct experience on insight without reliance on the products of the intellect, the Zen tradition has created a huge body of writings. These Five Houses—which arose in China during the ninth and tenth centuries, often referred to as the Golden Age of Zen—were not schools or sects but styles of Zen teaching represented by some of the most outstanding masters in Zen history. The writing of these great Zen teachers are presented here, many translated for the first time.
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