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Ancient Greek philosopher Socrates was determined by a physiognomist to be of bad character based on his appearance, while his students stood by his impeccable nature. The philosopher settled the matter by revealing that he had overcome his vices with self discipline.
Physiognomy: Fact or Fiction? Improving Your Character Can Improve Your Lot in Life
It is often said, "one's appearance reveals one's heart."  Since ancient times people have connected...
Emperor Wen of Han feeds medicine to his aging mother, the Empress Dowager
Stories From the Students’ Rules (2): Honoring Parents Through Good Character
The “Standards for Being a Good Student and Child” (Di Zi Gui, 弟子規) is a traditional Chinese textbook...
Sacred Ships: the Drua of Fiji
When mentioning the tropical island Fiji, one does not usually think of double canoes, or waqa drua in...
The Commoner Who Became a Legendary Chinese Emperor
Welcome to Tea with Erping.Have you heard of Qin Shi Huang, the emperor who united China? How about Kublai...
The Miraculous Healing Effects of Good Music
During World War II, the U.S. Army field hospitals were filled with wounded soldiers. In hot weather,...
Easter, a sacred holiday for Christians and other faiths who respect Jesus as an enlightened one, is an avalanche of anticipation and drama - from dark to light, from death to life and a new beginning
The Story of Easter: a Symbol of Hope and Love for Humankind
Easter, a sacred holiday for Christians and other faiths who respect Jesus as an enlightened one, is...
Carrie Gress is a mother of five, holds a Ph.D., and a Catholic professor at Pontifex University.
Social Media Censors Professor’s Book on Toxic Feminism
Carrie Gress is a mother of five, holds a Ph.D., and is a Catholic professor at Pontifex University....
Chinese Handwriting and Traditional Chinese Characters
In a very remote age, during the time of the development of language and writing, the first written characters...
Qingming: Pure Brightness to Honor the Deceased
During ancient China’s Spring and Autumn Period almost 2,700 years ago, there was an official who was...