Sun Zi, also known as Sun Wu or Sun Tzu, was a high-ranking military general in Chinese history who is known for being one of the greatest military strategists of all time.
In China, as well as in East Asia, people born in the Year of the Snake are considered to have great talent, be particularly insightful, and have keen powers of observation.
The snake is one of the 12 animals in the cycle of the Chinese Zodiac, which uses the Chinese calendar. It is the most mysterious animal and symbolizes wisdom and the power of [...]
It is believed that a person who does not have a strong will and a high standard of morality will be unable to reach a higher attainment, no matter how intelligent he is.
Broaden one’s horizons and let go of preconceived notions in order to be able to understand higher principles.
“Being happy to have one’s shortcomings pointed out” is a well-known Chinese idiom that originated from Meng Zi.
“A person of low moral character is sure to gloss over his faults,” said Zi Xia, one of Confucius’s disciples.
“The benevolent has no enemy” is a well-known Chinese idiom that originated from Meng Zi.
The “Analects of Confucius” is widely regarded as the most influential text in the history of China and East Asia.
Confucius is honoured as the “head teacher for 10,000 years” and the “teacher of all teachers” in China.