Confucius: The Sage on the Road
|Rating||:||4.25 (638 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||324 Pages|
Retold as an entertaining and readable story, this chronicle of Confucius' travels brings a new perspective to the teachings of this ancient sage.Reading about the life of Confucius—the renowned Chinese philosopher—never seems old-fashioned, even in this era of constant change. As readers follow Confucius' footsteps through the book, an intimate portrait of Confucius emerges, helping readers understand the sage in a new light, as a real man of flesh and blood. At the same time, readers will learn about one of the most tumultuous, thrilling periods of Chinese history, the warring States era, during which ancient Chinese philosophy was born.. What led to his great fame? What lay inside his mind? What is the Great Way, and why did Confucius devote his entire life to it? Touched by Confucius' persis
. Qian Ning worked as a Michigan Journalism Fellow in 1989-1990. His book, Chinese Students Encounter America, was a bestseller in China
. About the AuthorQian Ning worked as a Michigan Journalism Fellow in 1989-1990. His book, Chinese Students Encounter America, was a bestseller in China
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