Confuscius' teachings preserved at Fuzimiao

The arrival of dark clouds above Nanjing has little effect on those paying respect to Confucius.
Constructed in the 11th century right along the Qin Huay River, the Fuzimiao temple is one of the many holy shrines across the country to consecrate one of China’s leading philosophers and educators.
Day in, day out, it is a coming and going of locals and visitors, each on their own quest to pay respect and seek guidance for the time to come.

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