In the Wall Street Journal, Jeremy Page takes an in-depth look at Xi Jinping’s turn toward...
by Josh Rudolph | Aug 7, 2013
Hangzhou-based Fulbright fellow Steven Zhang has been conducting research on how the management of factories in Zhejiang province view environmental protection. After describing the term huanbao (环保), Zhang describes his...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 17, 2011
Daniel K Gardner explains his reaction to an Al Jazeera report on beef-flavoured pork sold as real beef: Consequently, a passage in the Analects, one that I had never given much attention to, for the first time jumped off the...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 7, 2011
China Realtime Report describes the controversy surrounding Taiwanese plans to reform unruly youths with compulsory Confucian studies: In February Taiwan’s Ministry of Education said it planned to require Taiwan high...
by Sophie Beach | Jan 13, 2011
Another indication that Confucius is making a major comeback in China: His statue now gazes out upon Tiananmen Square. From AFP: A mammoth sculpture of the ancient philosopher Confucius was unveiled this week off one side of the...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 28, 2010
Celebrating Confucius’ 2561st birthday in Beijing, by Jordan Pouille
by cschultz | Feb 3, 2010
From the Times of India: Chinese philosopher Confucius spent most of his life in poverty. But his picture and sayings decorate lottery tickets being sold to luck chasers by a provincial government in Shandong… Chinese...
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