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You might think it is amusing, and I did give an example in an exagerating way, but this IS the logic of confuciousim.

confuciousim is the biggest problem in China, turns students in brainless Ritalin taking zombies.

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confuciousim is the biggest problem in China, turns students in brainless Ritalin taking zombies.

No, culture revolution is the problem. For taoism and confuciousim, they lasted for more than 2000 years for reasons. 

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No, culture revolution is the problem. For taoism and confuciousim, they lasted for more than 2000 years for reasons. 

Christianity has also existed for more than 2000 years - doesn't mean that's right either!

 

And, to continue that argument, Kalahari Bushmen have been practicing their version of magic for many thousands of years... again, doesn't mean it works.

 

To be more precise in direct relation to Taosim and Confucianism (and, really, any other belief-based structures.. and any other structures...) - just because they may work, does not in any way mean they can't be improved! And especially doesn't mean that influences from other spheres (cultures, ideologies, etc) can't have a positive influence on things. (or, of course, negative)

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No, culture revolution is the problem. For taoism and confuciousim, they lasted for more than 2000 years for reasons.

That's also a problem, but not as big as the Confucianism problem. I almost forget another huge problem, looks like most Chinese people live in the past and care more about bullshit traditions than their children's happiness.

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This is an interesting topic. I don't think all the people in your country would post their relationship in public. It's just less common here in China than some other countries, might be a cultural thing, a personality reflection, or for security reason. Every country has its own social atmosphere, while this is a very special communism country with many special rules. You can pretty much get its sense from Chinatown. It's a thing that you just have to stay here long enough to get it. 

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5 hours ago, Alicia Pan said:

go and try to find out this Chinese slang 秀恩爱死得快,lol

Disgusting, since when this sentence became slang. I couldn't help throwing up.

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13 hours ago, Alicia Pan said:

go and try to find out this Chinese slang 秀恩爱死得快,lol

This is awful but it explains so much. 

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Perhaps something is lost in translation...

Besides, I'm not talking about 'love', I'm talking about 'respect'.... and confidence... and maturity. If you don't show those 'early enough', then you deserve to have any relationship (or respect) die quickly!

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On 02/07/2016 at 0:05 PM, sainthood said:

Perhaps something is lost in translation...

Besides, I'm not talking about 'love', I'm talking about 'respect'.... and confidence... and maturity. If you don't show those 'early enough', then you deserve to have any relationship (or respect) die quickly!

Instead of English training school, Sainthood is also capable of teaching female students how to hang up, especially specializing in  transforming a pure girl dreaming of love to a mature woman with confidence.

Wanna enter Sainthood's love fortress? Last-minute sale, please pay tuition fee!

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