Introduction to Andong
Andong is the home of Confucianism in Korea. During the Joseon Dynasty, Andong attracted scores of Confucian scholars becoming a pioneeringConfucian thought. This city also contained the highest number of private schools from the Joseon Dynasty as well as Confucian schools. To this day, Andong still has around 26 private schools fro
scholars argue that the soft power of China has been increased. Though, it’s still very weak compored to USA or Europe. When compare to the hard power which greatly increased, we can say soft power rather decreased.
Chinese culture is the biggest assets of soft power in china. In my opinion, traditional thought makes chinese nationalism stronger.
Thought of Confucianism(儒家) is the core p
France has a highly distinctive public administration system. It adopted principle of sovereignty and division of powers but also allowed that the president has strong power. This makes it possible that the president disperse the parliament in case they lose people’s confidence. It is differentiated from many other presidential system in other nations. Also, France has th
Do we know enough about Hangul? Most of us would naturally think that we know Hangul since we are Korean. However, there are many things about Hangul that we don’t know yet. So let`s learn more about Hangul.
First of all, Hangul is composed of indigenous characters that were first announced publicly in 1446 (Sejong 28) in the name of ‘Hunminjeongum.’ Hangul is the only language whose cr