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Book: Living religions
Source: Fisher, M.P. (2014) Living Religions Pearson: Upper Saddle River, NJ
Chapter: Daoism and Confucianism
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Cosmogony - Origin of the Universe
Both traditional Chinese religions view the universe as a manifestation of a substance called qi. In its turn, qi is regarded as a self-generating and self-regulating energy or force. The balance within the universe is achieved by the interplay of two opposite, yet closely related forces, yin (“female”, dark, receptive) and yang (“male”, bright, creative).
Celebrations and Festivals
Confucianism is well built into the fabric of the Chinese society. In this sense most traditional Chinese festivals such as The Chinese New Year in February and festivals dedicated to ancestral worship such as Chung Yeung and Ching Ming can be regarded as Confucian celebrations. The birthday of Confucius (twenty-seventh day of the eighth lunar month) is also celebrated....
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