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    People in The Classic of mountains and Seas

    src=http _inews.gtimg.com_newsapp_bt_0_12934214799_1000.jpg&refer=http _inews.gtimg.com&app=2002.jpgQigong people,They only have one arm,but good at making robotic or machines,They use their 'Flying cars' to flying in the sky.
    src=http _www.cbaigui.com_wp-content_uploads_2019_07_CShanhaijing-Dinglingguo.jpg&refer=http _ww.jpgDingling people,They have hair below their knee,run like horse.probably Turk.
    b21c8701a18b87d6f874f5bd38fea43d1e30fd5e.jpegJiaorao people,The people of Jiaorao are very short,under one Chi(90cm),Gnome,The people afraid get eaten by hawk.The word'Jiaorao' is very similar to the English Gnome.
    src=http _www.cbaigui.com_wp-content_uploads_2019_07_CShanhaijing-Yanhuo.jpg&refer=http _www.cba.jpgYanhuo people,Hairy people,Black skin,Can fire-breathing.Probably Papuan people.
    342ac65c10385343533708ed9313b07ecb808806.jpgYimu people,One eyed people.Looks like Cyclops.

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    Attachment 12828Guanxiong people,There is a hole in the chest of every Guanxiong people,The nobles orders people to put a rod in their hole to carries them around.
    Attachment 12829Yumin people,They have feathers like bird,probably Kra–Dai peoples.
    Attachment 12830Sanmiao people,Hmongs of today.
    Attachment 12831Sanshou people,Three headed people,most likely derived from Indian God Brahma.
    Attachment 12832Changbi people,Long armed people,They fishing with their arms.

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    xiong, I think you are a Han chinese. Can I ask one question of whether normal chinese people knows the following concept? I think the concept is human spirit against animal spirit which Keynes viewed as the essence of capitalism

    "in confucianism, the ideal personality is the 聖 shèng , translated as saint or sage. however, sagehood is hard to attain and so confucius used the noun junzi, respectable person, which more individuals could achieve. junzi acts according to proper conduct (禮 lǐ or li) to achieve 和 hé or he, harmony, which confucianism maintains should rule the home, society, and the empire.[3] li primarily has to do with social expectations, both in terms of the formal behavior required during religious rites and imperial ceremonies and proper conduct in human relationships.[3] confucius also considered a junzi to be someone who embodies humanity – one who possesses a totality of the highest human qualities.[4] the philosopher called this a person who embodies the concept of 仁 rén and outlined specific qualities, which were recorded by his disciples in the analects.[4] many of these were used as chinese proverbs (諺語 yàn yǔ ). an example is 君子成人之美 jūn zǐ chéng rén zhī měi, which means "a respectable person [always helps] others in their needs".[5] zhu xi defined a junzi as second only to the sage. junzi has many characteristics. a junzi can live with poverty; a junzi does more and speaks less. a junzi is loyal, obedient and knowledgeable. a junzi disciplines himself. among these, 仁 ren is at the core of a junzi.[6](in chinese)"

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junzi

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    Quote Originally Posted by johen View Post
    xiong, I think you are a Han chinese. Can I ask one question of whether normal chinese people knows the following concept? I think the concept is human spirit against animal spirit which Keynes viewed as the essence of capitalism

    "in confucianism, the ideal personality is the 聖 shèng , translated as saint or sage. however, sagehood is hard to attain and so confucius used the noun junzi, respectable person, which more individuals could achieve. junzi acts according to proper conduct (禮 lǐ or li) to achieve 和 hé or he, harmony, which confucianism maintains should rule the home, society, and the empire.[3] li primarily has to do with social expectations, both in terms of the formal behavior required during religious rites and imperial ceremonies and proper conduct in human relationships.[3] confucius also considered a junzi to be someone who embodies humanity – one who possesses a totality of the highest human qualities.[4] the philosopher called this a person who embodies the concept of 仁 rén and outlined specific qualities, which were recorded by his disciples in the analects.[4] many of these were used as chinese proverbs (諺語 yàn yǔ ). an example is 君子成人之美 jūn zǐ chéng rén zhī měi, which means "a respectable person [always helps] others in their needs".[5] zhu xi defined a junzi as second only to the sage. junzi has many characteristics. a junzi can live with poverty; a junzi does more and speaks less. a junzi is loyal, obedient and knowledgeable. a junzi disciplines himself. among these, 仁 ren is at the core of a junzi.[6](in chinese)"

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Junzi
    I am Taoist,I do not know confucianism very well,But I think You are right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xiongmao View Post
    I am Taoist,I do not know confucianism very well,But I think You are right.
    If so, do you know how taoist people are teaching their children in China?
    People in confucianism was raised to be soaked in Junzi, hence, they become loser in animal spirit society.
    Last edited by johen; 02-08-21 at 22:08.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johen View Post
    If so, do you know how taoist people are teaching their children in China?
    People in confucianism was raised to be soaked in Junzi, hence, they become loser in animal spirit society.
    Taoist do not enforce their religious views to children.In China,the confucianism are not doing better either,but Taoism are the same.

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