One advice from A Manual of Eastern Orthodox Prayers that has proven invaluable when using any prayer book i
If the time at disposal is short, and the need to begin work is pressing, it is preferable to say only a few of the s
uggested prayers, with attention and zeal, rather than to recite them all in haste and without due concentration.
This new translation is freely distributable and you are welcomed to adapt it accor
ding to your parish or individual daily use. Various prayer books have been consulted in part including the classical
Chinese Orthodox prayer book, the Jordanville prayer book (both reprinted by Holy Trinity Monastery), A Prayer Book for Orthodox Christians (pub. by Holy Transfiguration Monastery), A Manual of Eastern Orthodox Prayers and others. If you are interested in translating Orthodox liturgical text into modern Chinese or donating a used prayer/liturgical book for this translation effort, please contact email@example.com.