He published his first book on Tao philosophy, the Dynamic Tao and Its Manifestations in 2004. In it, he introduced a process to formulate Tao Philosophy in a language-independent fashion, and has successfully translated the most difficult Chinese classic, the Laozi Tao Te Ching (Daodejing), with minimum ambiguity and maximum coherency and consistency; revealing the intimate similarities between Tao Philosophy and modern scientific thinking. He has also published A Basic Theory of Tao philosophy and The Principle of Oneness and Field Being Philosophy based on the Tao Te Ching in 2006.
"Future work" is planned to show striking similarities between Tao philosophy, the ancient Greek philosophy, Nagarjuna's Buddhism, and Whitehead's Process Philosophy. The book will include a formal representation of the fundamental Tao philosophy in terms of the Principle of Oneness, which is also a convenient formalism to display the key concepts in many philosophies.