Confucius’s Philosophy & Teachings

confuciusConfucius was a Chinese philosopher and educator who lived from 551-479 B.C. He promoted political peace and orderliness and his teachings stressed the importance of perfecting oneself through learning. Confucius publicly expressed his thoughts on the power of virtuous social interaction to encourage political calm. He also shared his beliefs on learning as a means of personal development. Confucius developed a following and influenced the lives of many. (more…)

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The Wisdom of Confucius

Check out this video on the wisdom on Confucius.

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Confucius Sculpture on South Bank

In 2009 the people of China presented a 2.7 metre bronze statue of the fifth century Chinese scholar Confucius, or Qiu Zhong Ni. Confucius, whose thinking emphasised personal and governmental morality and rectitude in social interaction, verbalised one of the earliest versions of the Golden Rule: “Do not do unto other people what you would not wish to be done to you.” The statue’s purpose is to foster a greater degree of mutual understanding between the peoples of China and Australia. (more…)

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Confucius Personal Life

Confucius, a Chinese philosopher, was born in Lu–modern Shantung. He was a self educated man, married at the age of 19 and was a teacher early in his career. Later in his career he became minister of justice. Because his ideas of social reform were popular with the people, many praised and honored him; however, be developed many enemies and had to leave Lu. During his travels, many followed him and became known as his disciples. Years later he edited the ancient writings and after his death the Confucian Anaects were created and within them are his doings and sayings. His teachings basically focused on filial piety and respect for one another. His thoughts and teachings later inspired many followers. Cunfucianism became the religion of China but later he was thought of as an exploiter of the masses during the Cultural Revolution—(1955-76). Today some think that there are over 6 million Confucians. (more…)

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Investment & Construction Development

Ho Chi Minh City skylineInvestment & Construction Development is a name which carries with it the expectation of high profile projects, built to a superb standard. Among the most recent and impressive schemes to be associated with it is the Can Ho Babylon apartment project in Ho Chi Minh City. Located on Au Co Street in the Tan Phu district of the city, this project covers an area of more than five thousand square meters, of which just over two thousand square meters is built up.

There are three apartment blocks, each of which has one floor below ground level and 18 stories above ground, which are split between residential, commercial, office, and service use. The project is exceptionally well situated, with a location in the Tan Phu District Administrative Center. It is therefore close to landmarks such as the Unified Hospital, the City University of Technology, and the International Airport. The reputation of Investment & Construction Development will be enhanced by the prestigious Can Ho Babylon development.

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