Fo Pu: The Ancient Chinese Art of Getting Your Shit Together

Fo Pu: The Ancient Chinese Art of Getting Your Shit Together

by Zi Gu

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Fo Pu: The Ancient Chinese Art of Getting Your Shit Together by Zi Gu

With all the stress, confusion, frustration and bullshit in modern life more and more people are being taken in by Fo-Pu –– the ancient Chinese art of getting your shit together. Fo-Pu has been used by successful Chinese leaders and businessmen for longer than a rat can juggle a litre of coke using chop sticks. For the first time we bring these methods of Chinese thought and practices to the West in the hope that they may benefit others and make us a wad in the process.
Fo Pu is nothing other than the complete answer to achieving delirious happiness, world peace, halting climate change, making loads of money and not making a total twat of yourself when talking to the opposite sex. In other words, buy it or remain a sad, sorry loser.
This book is a comprehensive guide covering all the principle topics. including D’ung, The Yik and The Yuk, Polarisation, The Psychic Third Nostril and psychic sniffing, together with a translation of The Book of Pu itself
Zi Gu is an expert on Fo Pu as she has a Chinese name and once read something about it in a magazine.

"Fake shit," - The Oriental Observer

Short humour approx 2700 words + illustrations

Product Details

BN ID: 2940152901184
Publisher: Zi Gu
Publication date: 03/02/2016
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 398,695
File size: 827 KB

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Fo Pu: The Ancient Chinese Art of Getting Your Shit Together 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous 5 months ago
This short offering pokes gentle fun at the cliches associated with Eastern philosophies while giving equally tongue-in-cheek advice on navigating life in the West (et. al.). I found it amusing but couldn't help but think it could have been more... as in, a little more humor and a lot more pages. So, 4.5 stars for the idea and potential, 2.5 on execution...overall, worth a read if you need a little giggle.