(Pinyin: Dào Zàng), “Treasury of the Tao,” a canonical collection of Taoist texts (Canon: VIII). The standard 1926 edition (with several reprs.) is based on a 1445 printing of more than 5,300 scrolls (juan), with supplements added in 1607; it comprises almost 1,500 titles, including liturgical, historical, and philosophical texts.
N. Ōfuchi, “The formation of the Taoist Canon,” in: H. Welch & A. Seidel, eds., Facets of Taoism, 1979, 253–267
J.M. Boltz, “Taoist Literature,” EncRel (E) XIV, 1987, 317–329.