Jingjiang Inn (Jining Qufu Sankong)

No.7 Chunqiu Road, Qufu, Shandong, 273100, China
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Confucianism

by nepalgoods

"This great ethical and philosophical system is named after its founder, Confucius (Master Kong), who lived in the late 6th and early 5th centuries BC, born into a middle class family, although the family was actually in the superior class of the current dynasty."

" XiĆ o or Hsiao (孝) - filial piety. This was considered among the greatest of virtues, and had to be shown towards both the living and the dead. The term "filial" means "of a son" and therefore denotes the respect and obedience that a son should show to his parents (traditionally, especially to his father). But this relationship was extended by analogy to a series of five relationships: those between father and son, ruler and subject, husband and wife, elder brother and younger brother, and that between friends. Specific duties were prescribed between each of the participants in these sets of relationships. Such duties were also extended to the dead, and this led to the veneration of ancestors, to which the living stood as sons to their fathers. At this point we can see hsiao almost imperceptibly fading into li, for example the precise regulations on the length and manner of mourning on the death of a family member. In time, filial piety was also built into the Chinese legal system: a criminal would be punished more harshly if the culprit had committed the crime against a parent, while fathers exercised enormous power over their children. Much the same was true of the other unequal relationships. Our main source of our knowledge of the importance of filial piety is The Book of Filial Piety, a work which is attributed to Confucius, but was almost certainly written only in the third century B.C. Nevertheless, filial piety has played a central role in Confucian thinking ever since, and continues to do so. " This are just some sentences about Confucianism from Wikipedia.com I would not know how to explain this with my own English.

wikipedia.com: Confucianism

Another very ddetailed page is

www.chinakongzi.com

Confucius Temple - Hall of Poetry and Rites

by Willettsworld

This hall was first built during the Song dynasty (960-1279) and was temporary residence for Emperor Zhen Zong when he came to worship here. It was so-named to commemorate Confucius' instructing his son, Kong Li, to study poetry and rites.

Kong Family Mansion - Great Hall and 6 Departments

by Willettsworld

It was here that Duke Yansheng greeted the emperor's decrees, received officials and executed the family rules. To the east and west of the Gate of Double Glory lies the former administrative departments of the Kong mansion modelled after the six ministries of the imperial government. The departments of seals, rites and accounting management lie in the east while the departments of letters, archives and music lie in the west.

Town walls & gates

by Willettsworld

The town walls run around the old town of Qufu which encompasses the Confucius Temple, Kong Family Mansion, bell and drum towers and Yan Temple. They run for approx 8km in length in a 2km by 2km square shape and incorporate some nice gates. They look like they date from the Ming dynasty.

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by Upward

Qufu was the home of Confucious and the city is an attraction because of the relics that remain. The Confucious Forest houses all of his descendants from the last millenium. The Confucious Temples and Qufu market are worth the visit.

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