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break" serves notice on as it diverges from the city's valorization of hardness, unyieldingness, rigidity, the upward investment in steel and stone.
Yin and yang are also considered as the two oppositional yet complementary forces in the dynamic process of human communication: yin represents the attributes of yieldingness and submissiveness and yang represents unyieldingness and dominance (Chen, 2011).
In human communication yin represents the attributes of yieldingness and submissiveness and yang represents unyieldingness and dominance.
In the Iching, the centers of gravity (or centrality) are "the Tao of Tien proclaiming itself by the alternations of yin and yang, the Tao of Earth exhibiting itself in the forms of unyieldingness and tenderness, and the Tao of the human being unvailing itself through the doctrine of jen and righteousness.