Shí (time or timing) has the following three meanings: First, thesequence or rules of Nature’s way, such as spring, summer, autumn, and winter;or hours that mark changes of time during day and night; Second, a certaincelestial phenomenon or climatic condition having impact on human activity,such as seasons for farming or timing for other activitie…

This term refers to a person actingcourageously to do what is righteous. This fine tradition hailed by the Chinesenation since ancient times establishes that a man should be committed toupholding justice and shouldering social responsibility. Today, such acts areprotected by law. Some administrative regulations provide that “acting bravelyfor a jus…

To fight or not to fight is one’s own decision, not the enemy’s. Do not engage the enemy if victory is not guaranteed. This is a principle of military operations proposed by ancient Chinese. “Not to engage the enemy” does not mean passively avoiding confrontation, but means to avoid direct confrontation when the situation favors the enemy. One s…

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