The Mandate of Heaven is recorded throughout Chinese history as having influenced changes of dynasties and emperors.
Laozi (about BC 571-470) is regarded as a saint in China and known as a great philosopher and founder of the Dao School.
Chinese Cuisine is influenced by a holistic view of maintaining balance within the body and with the universe.
The Duke of Zhou was known as an exemplar of filial piety (respect for one's parents and ancestors) and benevolence.
King Wu of Zhou was the son of King Wen of the Zhou Kingdom. In the twelfth year after King Wu succeeded to the throne, he started the Zhou Dynasty (B.C. 1122—B.C. 222).
This Chinese idiom advises one to readily accept good advice, without hesitation or resistance.
Jiang Ziya (BC 1152) was known as the good adviser of King Wen of the Zhou Kingdom.
King Wen of the Zhou kingdom (BC 1152 — BC 1056) from the Shang Dynasty was known for ruling by means of virtue and kindness. He taught people to be honest, respectful to [...]
The power of kindness is enormous, as it is omnipresent and capable of changing people’s heart.
The Chinese idiom “where water flows, a channel will form” advises that success will come when conditions are ripe.