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CHINA and the HUMAN Side of BUSINESS
(zhong guo) The Middle Kingdom: The centre of the world?
Innate Sense of Superiority + Newly Acquired Economic Power = Threat to the World!?
The Forbidden City
The Meridian Gate
The Gate of Supreme Harmony
The Hall of Supreme Harmony
The Hall of Middle Harmony
To Impartially Adhere to the Middle Way
The Iliad and the Odyssey Love and War Honour and Glory Organisation and Heroism
The Book of History
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A Philosophy that Seeks to Avoid Extremes and Hold a Balanced, Moderate Position.
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Without expectations, you will be strong; with tolerance, you will be big.
Before marriage know your partners weaknesses; in marriage use your partners strengths. - Chinese proverb
Virtue is the root; wealth is the consequence. - Confucius, 500 BC
Without self-interest, your interests succeed. - Lao Tzu, 500 BC
We may compare the superior man to an archer. When the archer fails to hit the target, he blames himself for being unskilled. - Confucius, 500 BC
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The most influential teacher in Chinese history.
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Confucianism, Daoism, & Legalism
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Confucianism / Daoism.
Confucianism / Taoism.
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To know what we know, and know what we do not know, is wisdom.
E. Napp The Zhou and the Qin Dynasties In this lesson, students will be able to identify characteristics of the Zhou and Qin dynasties. Students will be.
World History. Background… The late period of the Zhou Dynasty was marked by great social change. Out of this social change came two new belief systems;
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