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Confucianist ethics is alive and well despite the Cultural Revolution which did destroy feudalism in China. What the Dengist Market reforms unleashed is the entrepreneurial spirit of Chinese SMEs most of which are family-owned enterprises. A Chinese entrepreneur would sacrifice his individual interests for the sake of his family business in the same way that his Chinese migrant workers would toil day and night in order to support their families back home in their rural villages. Both the Chinese entrepreneur and his migrant workers sacrifice their individual interests for the sake of the common good which is the main tenet of Confucianist ethics. This concept of “social harmony” is the complete opposite of the “class struggle” espoused by Marxist-Leninist ideology as well as the “freedom” and “rights” of the individual promoted by Western Liberalism.

The Chinese State and the Chinese SOEs are run by a technocratic elite as part of the Confucianist ethos of meritocratic governance which contradicts the “dictatorship of the proletariat” advocated by Marxist-Leninist dogma. China’s model of “Corporate Socialism” is very similar to Singapore’s model of “Corporate Statism” as both States and their SOEs (GLCs) are run by well-trained technocratic elites chosen not by “democratic politics” but by the Confucianist ethos of “meritocratic governance” dating back to the Classically-educated Confucian Scholar-Officials of Imperial China.


Chinese Socialism is no longer “Marxist-Leninist” but modern Confucianist in politics, economics, society and culture.

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coralbay Post time: 2018-1-20 18:19
There is plenty of evidence to suggest that many Chinese, once they have secured wealth and have p ...

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seneca Post time: 2018-1-21 16:24
What you say about Confucianism in Singapore is irrelevant; what matters is REALITY. Singaporean ...

The main values of Confucianism are ren (humaneness), yi (righteousness), li (propriety),
zhi (knowledge), xin (integrity), zhong (loyalty), shu (generosity), and xiao (filial piety).

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seneca Post time: 2018-1-21 16:34
I think you are dreaming or something!

China an "example of 'Confucian ethics'"???

"THE RELEVANCE OF CONFUCIAN VALUES TO LEADERSHIP COMMUNICATION" is an interesting read.
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