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China Philosophy
Chinese philosophy is the gene of Chinese ancient culture. Much of Chinese philosophical tradition originates in the Spring and Autumn and Warring States Periods (770~221 BC), known as the era of “Hundred Schools of Thought”, when significant intellectual development saw the births of major branches of Chinese philosophy: Confucianism, Taoism, Legalism, Mohism, etc. Buddhism, as both a religion and a system of philosophy, was to be imported from India a few centuries later, but soon exerted profound impact on, and was successfully accommodated into, Chinese philosophy and culture.
Chinese Fengshui
After May 4 movement, Feng Shui in China is considered to be the superstition, but in fact, the study of Chinese Feng Shui can not be easily summarized to be the superstitious thoery. Since having gradually connected with the outside of the world, china find in surprise that the Fengshui study is so popular in the international community, especially in its surrounding regions or countries like Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan.
China Philosophy
Dao and Ji
Dao and Ji is two important terms in Chinese philosophy. Dao generally is the core, which is intangible but available in each objects including humankind, and Ji is the specific thing and acts as the way to get to Dao
Dao and Ji
Yin and Yang
The concept of “yin-yang” in Chinese philosophy is used to describe how opposites or seemingly contrary forces are interconnected and interact, giving rising to each other in turn. The basic idea is that opposites only exist in relation to each other.
Yin and Yang
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