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A treasure trove of wise and pithy sayings, reflections on education, family values, the ideal human being, life and living, politics, art, culture and timeless wisdom, The Sayings of Confucius is indeed an invaluable addition to your bookshelf. Ever since Chinese literary works first began to be translated into European languages, the works of the legendary Chinese philosopher and teacher Confucius, who lived in present day Qufu in the Shandong province of China, more than two thousand year ...
 
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AM is Australia's most informative morning current affairs program. With key political interviews and stories about the Australian way of life, AM sets the agenda for the nation’s daily news and current affairs coverage.
 
The Analects, or Lunyu (simplified Chinese: ??; traditional Chinese: ??; pinyin: Lún Y?; literally "Classified/Ordered Sayings"), also known as the Analects of Confucius, are considered a record of the words and acts of the central Chinese thinker and philosopher Confucius and his disciples, as well as the discussions they held. Written during the Spring and Autumn Period through the Warring States Period (ca. 475 BC - 221 BC), the Analects is the representative work of Confucianism and cont ...
 
Promoting virtues such as filial devotion, compassion, loyalty, and propriety, these dialogues between the ancient Chinese philosopher Confucius and his disciples comprise the crux of Confucianism. (Summary by Andrea L).A Chinese version is available: ?? Lún Y? (Analects)
 
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New South Wales schools to axe China-backed language program; A multi-ministerial delegation is heading to Papua New Guinea in the hopes of mending the Government's dented Pacific step-up program; And antique collectors anxious about Australia's promise to ban the domestic sale of ivory.
 
New South Wales schools to axe China-backed language program; A multi-ministerial delegation is heading to Papua New Guinea in the hopes of mending the Government's dented Pacific step-up program; And antique collectors anxious about Australia's promise to ban the domestic sale of ivory.
 
In a speech in Hanoi, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged China's neighbours to resist coercion, warning the entire region would suffer if their sovereignty was undermined.
 
In a speech in Hanoi, Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged China's neighbours to resist coercion, warning the entire region would suffer if their sovereignty was undermined.
 
Nationals Leader and acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack pays tribute to his predecessor, 'quintessential country knockabout larrikan bloke' Tim Fischer, who died yesterday.
 
Nationals Leader and acting Prime Minister Michael McCormack pays tribute to his predecessor, 'quintessential country knockabout larrikan bloke' Tim Fischer, who died yesterday.
 
Nearly thirty years after a recommendation by the Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody, Victoria has abolished the offence of public drunkenness, leaving Queensland the only state yet to act.
 
Nearly thirty years after a recommendation by the Royal Commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody, Victoria has abolished the offence of public drunkenness, leaving Queensland the only state yet to act.
 
The NSW Education Department says it will terminate a controversial contract which has seen the Chinese government part-funding language classes in 13 public schools.
 
The NSW Education Department says it will terminate a controversial contract which has seen the Chinese government part-funding language classes in 13 public schools.
 
The domestic sale of ivory could be banned in Australia within months - a move applauded by conservationists but causing some anxiety among antique dealers.
 
The domestic sale of ivory could be banned in Australia within months - a move applauded by conservationists but causing some anxiety among antique dealers.
 
Hundreds of apartment owners at the Mascot Towers complex in western Sydney have been told they'll have to come up with $7 million just to cover the first stage of repairs to the cracked building.
 
Hundreds of apartment owners at the Mascot Towers complex in western Sydney have been told they'll have to come up with $7 million just to cover the first stage of repairs to the cracked building.
 
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission will ban two complex financial products that generally leave inexperienced investors worse off.
 
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission will ban two complex financial products that generally leave inexperienced investors worse off.
 
Australia's sailing team appears to be in a good position one year out from the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, taking out a gold and silver medal at a test event this week.
 
Australia's sailing team appears to be in a good position one year out from the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, taking out a gold and silver medal at a test event this week.
 
The Government is hoping a multi-ministerial delegation to PNG will help mend its regional 'step up' program after the emotional climate change impasse at the Pacific Island Forum.
 
The Government is hoping a multi-ministerial delegation to PNG will help mend its regional 'step up' program after the emotional climate change impasse at the Pacific Island Forum.
 
A man is in immigration limbo after a bungled deportation operation saw him rejected by both his countries of birth and upbringing; More than a million Victorian households at risk of blackouts this summer if coal and gas plants aren't functioning correctly; And will the Pope bow to pressure to remove George Pell from the priesthood after his f ...…
 
A man is in immigration limbo after a bungled deportation operation saw him rejected by both his countries of birth and upbringing; More than a million Victorian households at risk of blackouts this summer if coal and gas plants aren't functioning correctly; And will the Pope bow to pressure to remove George Pell from the priesthood after his f ...…
 
The lights could go out in more than one million Victorian households this summer if the state's coal and gas plants aren't working properly, the Australian Energy Market Operator has warned.
 
The lights could go out in more than one million Victorian households this summer if the state's coal and gas plants aren't working properly, the Australian Energy Market Operator has warned.
 
George Pell's failed appeal is likely to present a monumental test for the Pope, who's under pressure from victims' groups to remove the former Vatican official from the priesthood.
 
George Pell's failed appeal is likely to present a monumental test for the Pope, who's under pressure from victims' groups to remove the former Vatican official from the priesthood.
 
Parishioners at Cardinal George Pell's former Cathedral, St Mary's in Sydney, maintained the faith overnight with a routine mass service.
 
Parishioners at Cardinal George Pell's former Cathedral, St Mary's in Sydney, maintained the faith overnight with a routine mass service.
 
Forty-year-old Gus Kuster is back in immigration detention today after his deportation to PNG was blocked when his country of birth said they couldn't verify him as a citizen.
 
Forty-year-old Gus Kuster is back in immigration detention today after his deportation to PNG was blocked when his country of birth said they couldn't verify him as a citizen.
 
A West Australian mining company has been told to "go back to Australia" amid a heated row in Malaysia over radioactive waste.
 
A West Australian mining company has been told to "go back to Australia" amid a heated row in Malaysia over radioactive waste.
 
The Prime Minister Scott Morrison flies to Vietnam today for a two-day visit as part of efforts to diversify economic and diplomatic relationships in uncertain times.
 
The Prime Minister Scott Morrison flies to Vietnam today for a two-day visit as part of efforts to diversify economic and diplomatic relationships in uncertain times.
 
After a five-day hiatus in the unrest in Hong Kong, protestors have again clashed with authorities after a vigil to mark the acts of brutality against protestors last month.
 
After a five-day hiatus in the unrest in Hong Kong, protestors have again clashed with authorities after a vigil to mark the acts of brutality against protestors last month.
 
Rising gender discrimination is now the single biggest factor in driving a pay wedge between men and women, according to a report out today from advisory firm KPMG conducted for the Diversity Council of Australia and the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.
 
Rising gender discrimination is now the single biggest factor in driving a pay wedge between men and women, according to a report out today from advisory firm KPMG conducted for the Diversity Council of Australia and the Workplace Gender Equality Agency.
 
Australia will be without its star batsman Steve Smith when the Ashes resume for the third test in Leeds tonight, after he was ruled out for concussion.
 
Australia will be without its star batsman Steve Smith when the Ashes resume for the third test in Leeds tonight, after he was ruled out for concussion.
 
The exodus from private health insurance continues; And will the Australian Government ever re-open the door to Chinese telco Huawei?
 
The exodus from private health insurance continues; And will the Australian Government ever re-open the door to Chinese telco Huawei?
 
Triumphant anti-abortion campaigners rallied outside the New South Wales Parliament last night, boasting they have the people power to ensure legislation to decriminalise abortion in the state gets voted down.
 
Triumphant anti-abortion campaigners rallied outside the New South Wales Parliament last night, boasting they have the people power to ensure legislation to decriminalise abortion in the state gets voted down.
 
A new group has been formed amid the fractious parliamentary debate and public rallies on the abortion bill. The NSW Parliamentary Friendship Group on Religious Freedoms held its first meeting this week in Sydney. Rabbi Dr Benjamin Elton was there and he joins AM.
 
A new group has been formed amid the fractious parliamentary debate and public rallies on the abortion bill. The NSW Parliamentary Friendship Group on Religious Freedoms held its first meeting this week in Sydney. Rabbi Dr Benjamin Elton was there and he joins AM.
 
The Centre for Independent Studies have warned that a downturn in the China currency could hit the bottom lines of some of Australia's biggest universities, which rely on students from China for significant proportions of their income.
 
The Centre for Independent Studies have warned that a downturn in the China currency could hit the bottom lines of some of Australia's biggest universities, which rely on students from China for significant proportions of their income.
 
Telco giant Huawei has been banned from rolling its 5G network in Australia and "Huawei Australia” is also unable to conduct business with the US. Australian chairman John Lord joins AM for his insights.
 
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