Opinion: China in the 21st century: Confucianist outside, confused inside
Novelist Sheng Keyi and political scientist Kerry Brown ask what Chinese people believe in and find that "the reality is that China is now in a period of vast confusion. There is no clear moral path that Chinese follow, nor an easy faith they subscribe to, no matter how powerful and materially wealthy their country becomes. Indeed, morals and faith seem to have vanished."
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