Can filial piety be legislated?

Outer robe (uchikake) with scenes of filial piety, Edo period late century Japan Resist-dyed and embroidered silk crepe

On view Rotation 1, February 1–May 4, 2014 This painting parodies the classical Chinese story of Meng Zong (Japanese: Mōsō), one of the Twenty-four Paragons of Filial Piety, who faithfully tended the needs of his ailing mother

What is filial piety? At its core, it is the virtue of respecting, obeying, and taking care of our parents and elderly kin.

Utagawa Kuniyoshi: Shi-no-ko-sho nijushiko no uchi 士農工商??廿四孝の内 (Twenty-four Paragons of Filial Piety Illustrated by Different Social Classes) - British Museum

Filial piety Illustrations (detail), by Ma Hezhi b. 1131 d. Song dynasty Made of ink and colors on silk this piece (section forms part a long hand-scroll later remounted into an album of leaf format National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan.

What filial piety means to younger people (Filial Piety Pt

What is filial piety? At its core, it is the virtue of respecting, obeying, and taking care of our parents and elderly kin.

What is filial piety? At its core, it is the virtue of respecting, obeying, and taking care of our parents and elderly kin.

The Pachyderm in the Room – Kuniyoshi’s Elephant

Kuniyoshi 24 Paragons of Filial Piety: Taishun Tending the Fields Assisted by Elephants, Oban yoko-e.

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Harvesting Bamboo Shoots in Winter Artist: Tōensai Kanshi (Japanese, active Period: Edo period Date: mid- century Culture: Japan Medium: Hanging scrol;

When Filial Piety Is the Law

Wacky and arbitrary rules and laws demonstrate the arrogance of power in China.

Filial Piety Females Women Girls Ladies Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines by SM Chen titled: 'Decorative Panel of Chinese Life'.

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