Hundred Schools of Thought (Bǎijiā Zhēngmíng 百家争鸣)|Bǎijiā Zhēngmíng 百家争鸣 (Hundred Schools of Thought)

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James D. SELLMANN Han Fei, famous scholar and the founder of the Legalist School of philosophy. During the Warring States

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Daoism—Philosophy (Dàojiào zhéxué 道教哲学)|Dàojiào zhéxué 道教哲学 (Daoism—Philosophy)

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James D. SELLMANN The ancient Chinese philosophy known as Daoism is a complex cultural phenomena. Inspired by ancient shamanic breathing

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Ancestor Worship (Jìdiàn zǔxiān 祭奠祖先)|Jìdiàn zǔxiān 祭奠祖先 (Ancestor Worship)

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Jeffrey L. RICHEY Burning joss sticks (incense) and offering food are traditional practices meant to please gods and ancestors. PHOTO

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