A question about Confucious

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Hung Dao Dai Vuong

A question about Confucious

Post by Hung Dao Dai Vuong »

I heard many Koreans say that Confucious was indeed Korean instead of Chinese. Can anyone let me know why they say this?

Dylan Sung

Re: A question about Confucious

Post by Dylan Sung »

It has nothing very much to do about the Cantonese language. This is off topic wouldn't you say?

Dyl.

gondri

Re: A question about Confucious

Post by gondri »

Because they don't know the fact and history, that's the reason.


have you been to jinan, Dylan?.

Dylan Sung

Re: A question about Confucious

Post by Dylan Sung »

Still off topic. Jinan, no I haven't. Have you been to Hull, gondri?

Dyl.

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Re: A question about Confucious

Post by A-hiong »

Confucious was never Korean. He was originally from Shang Dong province...then called Lu. Whomever is saying this is wrong. They are just trying to steal credit to show that Koreans made Confucianism. However, it is debatable whether Lao Tzu could have been a Korean...but I highly doubt it.

ppk

Re: A question about Confucious

Post by ppk »

been to shandong and been to confucious birthplace and hometown. visited his tomb too. those koreas are probably having inferiority complex, that they simply cannot accept the fact that their most treasured ancient school of thoughts actually came from another country.

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Re: A question about Confucious

Post by A-hiong »

Hahahaha....that just might be it! Funny...can't accept that they learnt from Chinese people and didn't make up Confucianism their own.

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Re: A question about Confucious

Post by saagar »

They are just trying to steal credit to show that Koreans made Confucianism. However, it is debatable whether Lao Tzu could have been a Korean..

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