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Reinterpreting Chinese Classics: One must not change his commitment or give up his pursuit even in the face of danger and risk

The sentence derives from The Governing Principles of Ancient China (Qunshu Zhiyao), a collection of classic works compiled by Wei Zheng of the Tang Dynasty (618-907) with a focus on promoting good governance.

It stresses the need to retain one’s aspirations and morality when facing headwinds, urging people to stay faithful during hard times and avoid wavering in the face of challenges.

Company Name: Center for the Americas, China International Communications Group

Contact Person: Ding Ying


Country: People’s Republic of China


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