@      Singapore必赢官方入口

你的位置:必赢 > 游戏引擎 >



  People have different impressions of Confucius: a wise elder who loves to preach wisdom, a patient teacher, a gentleman cultivating hismoral characters, and so on. This venerable sage, who has been renowned for over two thousand years, has also been warmly welcomed overseas! How did Confucius enter the vision of westerners? What impacts have Confucianism had on western society? Let's look forward to it in the Confucius Research Institute!


  Do you still remember the first “Confucius Say“ you’ve learned? From personal character to academic cultivation, and from social interaction to governance, more than 2500 years ago, the great ancient Chinese thinker Confucius had imparted suchprinciples to the world.And after thousands of years of verification, they still remain magnificent.


  Now, we are in the exhibition area titled “Confucius of the World.“ It systematically introduces the profound thoughts of Confucius in six perspectives: adherence to principles and moral values, benevolence and love for others, self-cultivation and societal harmony, governance based on morality, the universal community, and carrying forward the tradition of antiquity into the present. Here, we can also trace the dissemination of Confucianism around the world. Starting from the Han Dynasty, the thoughts of Confucius crossed national boundaries and spread to the Korean Peninsula, Japan, and Vietnam. During the Ming Dynasty, it further reached Europe and the Southeast Asian countries such as Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, and the Philippines.


  Since the 17th century, Confucian culture has sparked interest among European scholars. Some Western scholars have translated and studied Confucian classics, introducing them into the Western academic world. The core concepts of Confucianism, such as benevolence, etiquette, loyalty, and family ethics, are regarded as valuable moral concepts and social values, which have exerted profound influence on Western philosophy, ethics, and social sciences.


  In recent years, the global “craze for Confucius“ has remained unabated, signifying that while Confucius belongs to China, Confucianism is valuable worldwide. And Confucian thoughts and culture represented by Confucius will continue to spread worldwide and be understood and accepted by an increasing number of countries and people!