Xinhua Insight: China sees renewed enthusiasm for Confucius
The Chinese President's recent remarks on reviving the country's traditional culture have refocused attention on Confucius and sparked vibrant discussions about how the ancient sage can inspire modern China.
Xi Jinping Extols Confucian Values
The Chinese sage just got a little more respect. "Confucian thought can play a positive role in China's development today," said Chinese President Xi Jinping, while visiting the sixth-century B.C. philosopher and teacher's hometown of Qufu, Shandong on Nov. 26, reported the China Daily .
At Haw Par Villa In Singapore, You Just Might See A Breastfeeding Granny
Originally called Tiger Balm Gardens, the park was built by the Burmese-Chinese brothers Aw Boon Haw and Aw Boon Par who were the developers of Tiger Balm ointment.
I Ching 101.000: Who were King Wen and the Duke of Chou?
Arrange your workspace according to the ancient Chinese design philosophy known as feng shui to lure more luck.
The text, published in 1440, has been brought out of storage to mark an agreement that will lead to the opening of research institutes in Edinburgh and Beijing.
The Japan Times
Japan's 'world of peace' sold out to mammon
Suppose Confucianism had prevailed? We'd have "rites and music" instead of law; filial piety instead of democracy and free-market capitalism.
Real Clear Politics
Confucius: Voice of Reason China Needs?
While many in China are proud of the nation's extraordinary economic achievements in the last two decades, there has been a price paid: colossal environmental degradation and a degree of inequality that might a hundred years ago have led to, well, a communist revolution.
What Is To Be Done
I only wish I had something deep to say about the famous title, whether the work by Tolstoy or Chernychevsky, but it is phrase that crosses everyone's lips often in the course of our daily lives.