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The idiom, "Cheng ren zhi mei," is explained through a story. It essentially means that we should help others succeed rather than pointing out their faults.

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The antagonist of the story, Wan Renxian, still hasn't learned to "Cheng ren zhi mei," laughing at his neighbor when he injures himself. However, when he is given another golden opportunity to do a good deed, the question becomes, will he finally take it?

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When Wan Renxian comes through at a time when he is most needed, his neighbors' reaction to his kindness isn't quite what he expects. Like "The Boy Who Cried Wolf," no one is willing to believe that this time, he is really telling the truth.

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Having discovered Wan Renxian's act of kindness, his neighbors apologize and thank him. Just as with the old fortune teller, Wan Renxian should be given a chance to right his wrongs. Such is the meaning of “Cheng ren zhi mei.”

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Learn the story behind the idiom, "To exhort people to do good."

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Learn the story behind the idiom, “To exhort people to do good.”

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Learn the story behind the idiom, “To exhort people to do good.”

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Learn the story behind the idiom, “To exhort people to do good.”

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A tale which demonstrates the importance of not judging others’ strengths and weaknesses in accordance with our own and doing unto others as we would have done unto ourselves. Part 1.

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A tale which demonstrates the importance of not judging others’ strengths and weaknesses in accordance with our own and doing unto others as we would have done unto ourselves. Part 2.

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A tale which demonstrates the importance of not judging others’ strengths and weaknesses in accordance with our own and doing unto others as we would have done unto ourselves. Part 3.

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Confucius explains to his disciples what is good and what is evil, but there are also right and wrong ways to be good. How can good be right or wrong?

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A year has gone by and the scoundrel is still up to no good. However, when his evil deeds finally culminate in his capture, the Prime Minister does not rejoice in this news.

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Confucious teaches his disciples that just as benevolence can bring about evil deeds, so can malevolence lead to good ones.

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Confucious explains to his students that there is wrong in right, but also right in wrong and that they must understand this in order to understand good and evil.

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An interesting and didactic story about a young man who tries to make money dishonestly and learns his lesson.

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China is full of pet markets. In this video, see one for yourself—and learn a little about the linguistic and cultural aspects of fish, insects, and bunnies.

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Paper cutting is an old tradition in China. Masters of this handicraft can be found all over the country. In this video, take a trip to a crafts market and get a closer look at the delicate art of cutting paper!

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A highlight of Chinese food markets is the large amount of fresh, delicious, and affordable fruit. Check out this video and learn how to buy fruit in China!

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The Family Chronicles Oral History Photo and Video Project inspires young people to dig deep and learn about their family history.

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The Family Chronicles project gives young people the chance to create their own legacy.

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Jiao Shou Yi Xiao Xing gives up a stable career, moving to Beijing to start over.

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The road to "Never Thought of That" was not without its challenges.

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