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孝道: Filial Piety
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ID: 2961 Advanced
每个文化都有它较为核心的一些价值观，谈到中国文化，就不能不谈“孝”这个观念，“孝”不仅是对待父母的方式，其实更重要的是子女如何看待自己的角色，才能让这个“孝”不是表面功夫，而是能真正体现人伦之美的德行。 Photo by haru__q
Fri Sep 23 2016 | Constance Fang, Fiona Tian
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|乐在其中||lèzàiqízhōng||to be happy in the moment|
|礼记||lǐjì||The Book of Rites|
|安土重迁||āntǔzhòngqiān||to be attached to the land|
qǔ le gè Zhōngguó tàitai yǐhòu ，wǒ cái duì Zhōngguórén suǒ shuō de “xiàoshùn ”yǒu le gèngduō de gǎnshòu ，zhè hé wǒmen xīfāng jiātíng de xiāngchǔ móshì tài bù yīyàng le 。
It was only after taking a Chinese wife that I really got a grip on what Chinese people call filial piety. It's really quite different from how our Western families interact.
hāhā ，nà duìyú zhèzhǒng xiàodào wénhuà nín shì “lè zài qízhōng ”háishì “bùkān rěnshòu ”ā ？
Ha ha, so are you like a fish to water in this culture of filial piety or can you not stand it?
hài ，qiáo nín shuō de ，wǒ xífùr shì Zhōngguórén ā ，wǒ ài tā ，suǒ zuò de yīqiè dāngrán shì lè zài qízhōng lo ！
Huh, it's like you said, my wife is Chinese, I love her, so I'm happy to do all of it!
nà nín hái zhēn shì wèi tiēxīn de hǎo xiānsheng ！shuōdào xiàodào ，zhè lìshǐ kěwèi shì yuányuǎnliúcháng ，chūnqiū shíqī de Lúnyǔ 、lǐjì jiù yǐjīng jìzǎi le dàliàng de xiàotì zhī yì 。
Then you really are a considerate husband! Talking of filial piety, it has what you could call a long history. The Analects of Confucius and the Book of Rites recorded a lot about filial piety and fraternal duty during the Spring and Autumn period.
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