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Are We Defined by Race or Culture?

The question of race vs. culture is something that has been bothering psychologists for a long time. Are we the products of our race,...

The Traditional Virtue of Filial Piety Is Well Preserved in Taiwan

Well goes an old saying: “Of all virtues, filial piety is the first (百善孝為先).”  Filial piety is a traditional virtue of respecting and caring...

The Legend of Chinese Lanterns

Chinese lanterns, also called colored lanterns, originated in China approximately 1,800 years ago during the Western Han Dynasty. Every year, during the Lantern Festival,...

Meet China’s Pet Detective

For pet owners, their pets are part of the family. As such, losing their pets can be psychologically taxing to the owners. In China,...

Fortune in Life Is Uncertain, but Punishment in the Afterlife Is Assured

Ye Zhuliang, a village-scholar from a poor family in Huaixi, made his living as a teacher. One day, a rich man by the name...

A Fascinating Overview of Confucianism, Taoism, and Legalism

Confucianism, Taoism, and Legalism are the three pillars of Chinese philosophy, and have influenced all thinking and actions in China since their inception. Confucianism Confucianism is...
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