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    history. It is not only reflected in its long urban appearance, but also has a long tradition of Confucian culture. As we all know, Confucius was the founder of Chinese Confucian culture, and he also is the most representative Confucian thinker in China. Qufu is the hometown of Confucius, the place where he founded and promoted traditional Confucianism. Confucius has proved to be the greatest influence over the Chinese character. Besides being a great educationist, thinker and unsuccessful politician

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    My Hometown Essay

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    Hello everyone,welcome to my hometown, Jining, located in the southwest of Shandong, China, is one of the key industrial cites of the province. It covers an area of 11,000 square kilometers, with a population of 8.3544 million. It’s a good place for you to relax yourself and get close to nature because of its comfortable climate, beautiful environment and Confucian culture. Now please let me introduce you the charming city. 1、Comfortable climate Jining belongs to warm temperate zone monsoon climate

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    The Marshes of Mount Liang and Weishan lake , respectively. Actually , this three areas are well-known throughout the country . Three Kong, namely Confucius Cemetry、Confucius Mansion and Confucius Temple , is a garden built for the memory of Confucius who has influenced the development of Chinese culture for more than 2000 years . Confucius Cemetry

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    Ancient Edfu History

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    it had the largest fertile land. Edfu contains a temple devoted to Horus, the falcon god. This is the youngest and best preserved Temple, as well as the second largest after Karnak. The Temple was built during the Ptolemiac era. The Ptolemica era was after the death of Alexander the Great in 323, his successors ruled under the Ptolemaic Dynasty. This was the last dynasty of independent Egypt. The Temple at Edfu was built on top of an earlier temple to Horus, which was orientated east-west instead

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    educator-the hometown of Confucius. Confucius once said: "what a joy it is to have friends coming from afar!"Qufu is a paradise for tourists, which includes the Mansion, Temple and Cemetery of Confucius.You can feel the thick Confucianism here. In 1994, the three holes were listed by the United Nations as a world cultural heritages.Visitors from all over the world come to Qufu to worship Confucius annually. Confucius Mansion is located in the eastern side of Confucius Temple, and it is the official

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    Sarthak Singh Mr Rainey 18 June 2015 Ancient China Confucianism Who was Confucius? Confucius was a great Chinese thinker and philosopher who lived during the Warring States Period from 551-479 BCE. He was born in 551 BC, in Zou, Lu state in a family that was in between common people and aristocrats. He never held a high-class job, only working as a shepherd, cowherd, clerk, and a book-keeper. His mother died when he was 23 and he then mourned for three years, an Ancient Chinese tradition. Lu

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    Ruism, is described as tradition, a philosophy, a religion, a humanoid or rationalistic religion, a way of governing, or simply a way of life. Confucianism developed from what was later called the Hundred Schools of Thought. It’s got that name by Confucius. A Confucian revival began during the Tang Dynasty of 618-907. In the late Tang, Confucianism developed in response to Buddhism and Taoism and was reformulated as Neo- Confucianism. There are still people today who still practice this religion and

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    popular religions in China. A Buddhists temple is called a stupa. The Chinese made another version called a Pagoda, The pagoda is a towerlike temple, and it was usually made with stone, brick, or wood. The silk road had many roads intertwining. It was called the silk road because Chinese used silk as a trading supply, and many traders thought it was a wonderful material. During a battle, the Romans were so surprised when they saw silk,

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    Chinese Buddhism

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    and traditional Confucius beliefs practiced by the Chinese. These differences are captured in the three sources which are collection of many biographies. The first source is a collection of sixty-five biographies of Buddhist nuns. This covers the period between fourth and sixth centuries. This passage deals with the lives of nuns. It is a story of Lingshou who was a young and intelligent woman.

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    political power and that the political decisions came from Heaven. Sacrifice to Heaven is one of the three that were directly related the Confucian values. The other two that will be discussed later include sacrifice to ancestors and sacrifice to Confucius. It is important to note that the three sacrifices were the pillars of the traditional government. Heaven formed an important aspect that determined the structure of the universe and all the people living in the universe. It was seen as an essential

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