By Maureen Fan
Washington Post Foreign Service
Tuesday, July 24, 2007; Page A01
ZHENGZHOU, China — Confucianism is enjoying a resurgence in this country, as more and more Chinese like Guan seek ways to adapt to a culture in which corruption has spread and materialism has become a driving value. For many Chinese, a system of ethical teachings that stresses the importance of avoiding conflict and respecting hierarchy makes perfect sense, even if it was first in vogue centuries ago.
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