<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR><font face="Verdana, Arial" size="2">Originally posted by Louis Swaim:
Re: Ò»Î½Ö®»¬ and Ò»»¬Ö®Ó².
This is just from someone's commentary, and I think the second hua is just a typo. It should probably be a parallel statement:
Ò»Î½Ö®»¬ and Ò»Î½Ö®Ó². That is, two examples of errors that can result from allowing the forms to fall into a fixed pattern. "One is called hua (slick/facile), and one is called ying (rigid/stiff)."
Could it be "One is called hua (slick/facile), and other is stiffness (ying) of this slickness" ?
Maybe the commentator's point is that the second comes consequently as a result of hua (slickness)?