Confucius-Sage of the Orient


Book Details

Author  edited: C. C. Low & Associates
Publisher  Canfonian Pte Ltd.
Publication Date   January 1, 2006
ISBN  9810545843
Pages  250


Confucius (551 - 479 BC) was a native of Qufu, Shandong Province in the State of Lu during the Spring and Autumn Period. A great thinker, educator and founder of Confucianism, he was honoured as Exemplary Teacher of All Ages and Sage of the Orient by later generations. Confucian thoughts had been the main stream of the traditional Chinese way of thinking for over 2 millennia, having an extensive influence in Asia and other countries. Following the rise in East Asia's economy today, Confucian thoughts will be further held in great esteem. This book is the first one that presents Confucius' life and thoughts in the form of pictorial series in Chinese and in English. The texts and pictures contained therein are both excellent and explain the profound in simple terms. Comprehending Confucius' life help you understand Confucian thoughts and assimilate their connotations.

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