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Gems From People of Virtue

Dizi Gui (弟子规) : Gems From People of Virtue

Dizi Gui (弟子规) (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi  (康熙帝) (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one can still find

An Ancient Chinese Story: Forfeiting the Chance to Become Immortal

An Ancient Chinese Story: Forfeiting The Chance To Become Immortal

Li Linfu was a prime minister during the Tang Dynasty. As a child, he lived in the eastern capital of Louyang and loved to play all day long. Because he was always occupied with playing, he didn’t learn how to read until he was 20 years old. Linfu’s hobbies included hunting, playing polo, and raising

Fan Zhongyan

Dizi Gui (弟子规) : Gems From People of Virtue

Dizi Gui (弟子规) (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi  (康熙帝) (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one can still find

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Dizi Gui (弟子规) : Characteristics of a Great Boss

Epoch Times Staff Dizi Gui (弟子规) (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi  (康熙帝) (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu.  Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one

Lu Mengzheng (吕蒙正)

Dizi Gui (弟子规) : Letting Go Of Grievances-The Mark Of A Gentleman

Dizi Gui (弟子规) (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi  (康熙帝) (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one can still find

Dizi Gui (弟子规): The Signs of a True Friend

Dizi Gui (弟子规) (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi  (康熙帝) (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one can still find

The Seven Scholars of Jian An (建安七子). One of the seven scholars, Wang Can (王粲), was motivated to achieve great heights through the support of Cai Yong (蔡邕), a famous Chinese literary figure.

Dizi Gui (弟子规) : Sharing Others’ Good Deeds is a Good in Itself

Dizi Gui (弟子规) (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi  (康熙帝) (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one can still find

Dizi Gui (弟子规) : Love Is… Being Considerate of Others’ Feelings

Dizi Gui (弟子规) (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi  (康熙帝) (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one can still find

Dizi Gui (弟子规) : Simple Steps to Love All Equally

Dizi Gui (弟子规) : Simple Steps to Love All Equally

Dizi Gui (弟子规) (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi  (康熙帝) (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one can still find

Dizi Gui (弟子规) : Handling Criticism and Praise Effectively 

Epoch Times Staff Dizi Gui (弟子规) (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi (康熙帝) (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one

Valuing Character Over Affluence

Dizi Gui (弟子规) : Valuing Character Over Affluence

Dizi Gui (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one can still find gems of

Reflecting to be a better person

Dizi Gui (弟子规) :Reflecting to be a Better Person 

Epoch Times Staff Dizi Gui (弟子规) (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi (康熙帝) (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one

Learning From One’s Mistakes

In Ancient China, correcting one’s mistakes was considered a moment of revelation and a key element in one’s character development. Older generations of Chinese people believed that even a saint could commit an error. Ancient texts mirror the adage that no man is infallible of making mistakes, but learning from them is one of man’s

Keeping One's Promise

Keeping One’s Promises

Zhuo Shu (卓恕)was well known during the time of the Three Empires (the kingdoms of Wei 220-265, Shu 221-263 and Wu 222-280). He was known for his honesty, and always kept his promises. One day, Zhuo Shu visited his friend, the General Zhuge Ke (诸葛恪), to say goodbye to him before traveling from Jianye  (today’s

Dizi Gui (弟子规):Impressions That Last a Lifetime Aren’t Formed Overnight

Epoch Times Staff Dizi Gui (弟子规)(Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi  (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one can still

Taking Responsibility for Our Mistakes

Dizi Gui (弟子规) :Taking Responsibility for Our Mistakes

Dizi Gui (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi (康熙帝) (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one can still find gems

While playing a chess game, Emperor Liangwu (464-549) shouted the word “Kill!” was mistaken by his messenger as an order to kill his invited guest - Kowtow Monk.

Dizi Gui (弟子规) Communication Matters -Thinking Before Speaking

Dizi Gui (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and proper etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Poor communication isn’t just frustrating for the listener; it can also lead to mistakes,

Truth About Gossips Light Promise

Dizi Gui (弟子规) : The Truth About Gossip and Light Promises

Dizi Gui (Standards for Being a Good Student and Child) is an ancient Chinese text for children that teaches moral values and proper etiquette. It was written during the Qing Dynasty during the reign of Emperor Kangxi (1661-1722) by Li Yuxiu. Beneath the conservative, “old-school” verbose of this ancient classic, one can still find gems

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