The site is in Chinese only at moment due to the sheer number of Daoism literatures (Taoism, the correct Chinese pronunciation of Tao is “Dao”). Here is the translation of home page anyway:
Daoist thought, elegant simple and deep, explore human cognition and the universe fundamental inner law. The broadness and depth of macro knowledge is where the modern science lacks and even not being reached. Daoist acting low-key, no intention to promote know-how, cause Dao cannot be violated. Wise would seek to study it. Unwise would’t care about it. Dao follows the self cognition. Proactive promotion is fruitless eventually. Thus, finding know-how of Dao is not easy. It’s also hard to find real master. And how do you tell if one is real master? Luckily classical Daoist literatures are abundant. The knowledge is actually all in the literatures. It’s matter of your ability and depth of understanding. Daoist thought and its derived thought cover almost every aspect of the world. But it’s rare on Internet having an aggregated knowledge in one place even among Chinese sites. [Exploring Daoism] is trying to collect major Daoist literatures and relevant knowledge in the site (let me know if there is copyright issue), so that researcher and practitioner could focus on studying Daoist thought without poking around. And this site does not pursue religion and controversial Daoist technique. Those are simply the means of preserving the knowledge, not original purpose.