What religious beliefs were the Chinese? What was their attitude towards the ancestors?

China is a country in which many religions get along. In addition to world religions there were religious flows. Among them were the first to appear by Confucianism, which carried the subordination of people to society and the responsibility of people for society. Taoism calls for unity with nature and improving itself. Buddhism acted as an alternative to the common among the Chinese pragmatism. Most of the Chinese recognize Taoism.
In relations of children, patriarchal relations are preserved to their ancestors. Children obey their parents. Holy duty is their concern for parents, especially in old age.

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