‘Thin-lamb teacher’ Leaves the Best for Others Emperor Guangwu Di (???) (6 B.C.–A.D. 57), the first emperor of the Eastern Han Dynasty, established an advanced institute for the teachings of Confucianism. The institute’s principal teachers were called “boshi” (??). Among these teachers was Zhen Yu (??), a … The post ‘Thin-lamb teacher’ Leaves the Best for Others appeared first on The Epoch Times .
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Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono in Malaysia Star Also, the Centre for Religious Harmony now serves Confucianism. And there are no more problems now about the establishment of houses of worship for Confucians,Yudhoyono said.
Jonathan Spence in Seattle Post Intelligencer Jonathan Spence wrote in his preface to The Gate of Heavenly Peace, "Kang Youwei, trained in the canons of traditional Confucianism:became a spokesman for radical reform as the Qing dynasty drew to its close in the late nineteenth century."
Qiu Xiaolong in TIME In the past, Chinese people believed in Confucianism,Qiu says. "That's basically an ethical system: what you should do and what you should not do. Then people believed in Mao and communism. In a way, that was also about what you should and...