Confucius Disciple Min Sun Exemplifies Filial Piety

Min Sun, also known as Min Ziqian, was one of Confucius’ favorite disciples, and one of the most prominent, known for his filial piety. (Image: via Wikimedia Commons)

A Man Loses His Horse: Bad Luck or Good Luck?

Saiweng lost a horse, but that may not have been bad luck. (Image: By Guillaume Jacquet - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, Link)

Saiweng lost a horse, but that may not have been bad luck. (Image: Guillaume Jacquet via Wikimedia Commons)

Taiwan’s ‘King of the Trees’

Taiwan's 'King of the Trees' hopes to plant 500,000 indigenous trees in the Daxueshan area of central Taiwan in his lifetime. (Image: Lai Yuan via Facebook)

How a Country Woman Made a Minister Look Inside Himself

Ancient Chinese carriages.

After a collision with another vehicle, how does one properly and effectively resolve the matter? (Image: John Hill via Wikimedia Commons)

Why Did Xiao He Abandon His Post?

Han Xin was the general and chief strategist for Liu Bang, the founding emperor of the Han Dynasty. (Image: via Wikimedia)

Su Dongpo Wisely Handled a Difficult Case

Su Dongpo was a noted scholar of the Northern Song Dynasty who used his wisdom to solve problems for the ordinary people. (Image: via The Epoch Times)

A New Study Shows Genes Are the Key to Academic Success

Genetics explains more than 60 percent of individual differences in school achievement. (Image: picjumbo_com via Pixabay)

How the Imperial Examiner Faced a Candidate

The Imperial exam.

Xu Tsunzhai, a grand scholar in the Ming Dynasty, became a government official when he was only 20 years old. (Image: via Wikimedia Commons)

Why Is ‘The Art of War’ Popular With Japanese and Korean Businesses?

Bamboo copy of the 'The Art of War.'

In the Qing Dynasty, during the Qianlong reign there was an examination testing site in Jiangnan Township where a candidate named Yu from Jiangyin was sitting in the first session. (Image: vlasta2 via Flikr)

How to Judge a Person’s Moral Character

A lotus flower.

It's been repeatedly demonstrated in Chinese history that following the course of nature is the way to humanity. (Image: via Pixabay)