File:Yin yang.svg

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English: This is the Yin-yang symbol or Taijitu (太極圖), with black representing yin and white representing yang. It is a symbol that reflects the inescapably intertwined duality of all things in nature, a common theme in Taoism. No quality is independent of its opposite, nor so pure that it does not contain its opposite in a diminished form: these concepts are depicted by the vague division between black and white, the flowing boundary between the two, and the smaller circles within the large regions.
العربية: هذه علامة يين ويانغ أو تايجيتو (太極圖), بلوينها الأسود والأبيض ترمز لـ اليين ويانغ وهو الرمز يعكس الإزدواجية التي لا مفر منها المتشابكة بكل الأشياء في الطبيعة، وهو موضوع مشترك في الطاوية. علامة يين ويانغ ترمز لكيفية عمل الأشياء في العلم الصيني القديم. الدائرة الخارجية تمثل "كل شئ"، بينما الشكلان الأبيض والأسود داخل الدائرة يمثلان التداخل بين طاقتان متضادتان، طاقة اليين "الأسود" وطاقة اليانغ "الأبيض" الطاقتان المؤديتان لحدوث أي شيء في الحياة. وهما ليسا أبيض وأسود تماماً مثلهم مثل أي شيء آخر في الحياة لا يكون أبيض تماماً أو أسود تماماً، ويحتاج كل منهما للآخر فهو مكمل له ولا يتواجد أي منهم دون الآخر. بينما اليين هو الظلام، السكون، الأسفل، البارد، الانكماش والضعف فإن اليانج هو النور، النشاط، الأعلى، الساخن، التمدد والقوة.
Polski: Znak ten składa się z białej lewej strony z czarną kropką na górze i czarnej prawej strony z białą kropką na dole. Jest bardzo znanym znakiem i jest jednym z niewielu znaków, po którym rozpoznajemy, ze rzecz oznakowana nim, jest z Japonii. Złożenie tych dwóch cześci oznacza na jeżyk polski słowa: ,,W każdej złej rzeczy jest coś dobrego i w każdej dobrej rzeczy jest coś złego.
Bân-lâm-gú: thài-ki̍k-tôo. 太極圖
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current07:45, 24 January 2018Thumbnail for version as of 07:45, 24 January 2018466 × 466 (282 bytes)Wj654cj86 (talk | contribs)new
02:34, 2 January 2018Thumbnail for version as of 02:34, 2 January 2018466 × 466 (2 KB)CrmnMariano1 (talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 21:48, 10 October 2005 (UTC)
03:07, 13 February 2017Thumbnail for version as of 03:07, 13 February 2017466 × 466 (370 bytes)AnonMoos (talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 05:53, 2 April 2016 (UTC) - please upload visually substantially different graphic under a new name
06:48, 12 February 2017Thumbnail for version as of 06:48, 12 February 20171,365 × 1,365 (154 KB)Cmchan1995 (talk | contribs)This is the only genuine version from Hong Kong.
05:53, 2 April 2016Thumbnail for version as of 05:53, 2 April 2016466 × 466 (370 bytes)AnonMoos (talk | contribs)Reverted to version as of 23:52, 27 February 2012 (UTC) -- rv replacement of white area with transparent (this was not an improvement)
05:10, 2 April 2016Thumbnail for version as of 05:10, 2 April 2016466 × 466 (298 bytes)Wj654cj86 (talk | contribs)化簡代碼
23:52, 27 February 2012Thumbnail for version as of 23:52, 27 February 2012466 × 466 (370 bytes)Alkari (talk | contribs)code cleanup
21:48, 10 October 2005Thumbnail for version as of 21:48, 10 October 2005466 × 466 (2 KB)Gmaxwell (talk | contribs) This is the '''Yin-yang symbol''' or '''Taijitu''' ('''太極圖'''), with black representing ''yin'' and white representing ''yang''. It is a symbol that reflects the inescapably intertwined duality
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