Why did Lao Tzu prefer laissez-faire to paternalism? For much the same reason that neoclassical economists advocate free-market capitalism: good intention distorts.
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By Ben Blanchard BEIJING, April 21 (Reuters) - China is struggling to get its estimated 100 million religious believers to banish sup...
The following is an excerpt from 'The I Ching: A Biography' by Richard J. Smith.
What makes a classic? First, the work must focus on matters of gre...
Many international observers fail to appreciate that religion in China has never been treated as a matter of personal choice. It's hard to imagine that the current regime would suddenly start to view things differently.
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