The cows, ghosts, and snakes that have been defeated in the 60 years since the New Culture Movement have all been restored. Don’t tell me to revive traditional culture. I think it is just driving backwards and picking up feudal ethics to eat people. In the new era, Chinese young people should strive to look forward and live with values that are in line with contemporary and future productivity development. Of course, you must honor your parents, but this kind of filial piety is a kind of heartfelt emotion based on the equality of personality and respect, rather than specifically in the ritual of kneeling and worship-this kind of feudal etiquette that symbolizes submission and insult. Instead of praising the material and spiritual rewards for raising the elderly, the filial piety to the parents is transformed into bowing. I think this is putting the cart before the horse. Another point is that not all parents are worthy of filial piety. Some parents save money and use day and night hard work to raise children and educate their children, while others have been patriarchal since childhood and wanted to sell their daughters for a good price. They didn’t plan to raise them well. Some even beat and scolded them. Discouraged Domestic Violence-Such parents, even if they use a method more in line with the requirements of the times, are not worthy of filial piety. I don’t know whether the school has party members or not, if they can successfully hold such a worship service, the teacher who organizes such feudal activities should be suspended from office. The incident can also become news, indicating that a large number of netizens are sober. When did kneel worship become commonplace, September 28 became Teacher’s Day, and the compulsory education of elementary and middle schools taught the four books and five classics. That was really the blood of the martyrs. I didn’t expect this casual text to become like this. Simply respond to some questions in the comment area: I am not opposed to Hanfu, and the full text does not mention Hanfu. Some people think of Hanfu for no reason when they see the criticism of feudal etiquette. Both Hanfu and Chinese tunic suits can be worn, but kneeling will not work. Because Hanfu doesn’t have many colors of submission, inequality, and humiliation. Some people say that parents who are affected by physical hair and skin, what’s wrong with kneeling parents? If you are willing to kneel you go to kneel, don’t represent “we” and let everyone kneel with you. In particular, it is intolerable for public schools that cultivate communist successors to take the lead in promoting decadent feudal ideas and views of respect and inferiority. I believe that parents who truly love their children and care about their children’s growth will not have such pedantic and outdated requirements. Some people say that bowing down is my traditional Chinese culture, and the Japanese even bow when they say hello. Then please set an example to carry forward, kneel when you meet the boss, kneel when you meet the teacher, and kneel when you meet the three aunts and six aunts. When you see leaders at all levels inspecting, you have to kneel down quickly—just like the ancients. Since it is purely a kind of etiquette, there is no humiliation. As for opposing the Four Books and Five Classics, and opposing Confucian ethics, some people hurt the history and culture of the Han nation. “At least it’s our own monster, isn’t it?” Who are “we”? Some of our Han people possess the means of production and have a wealth of trillions of dollars in wealth, and some people make cattle and horses for others to earn a thousand per month: So do you say that excellent traditional culture serves the superior or confines the inferior to others? Benevolence, justice, etiquette, wisdom and trust are unique to Confucianism, and the core values of socialism are also mentioned. I think it is more in line with the status quo of today’s China than what Old Master Confucius said. Talented people come out from generation to generation, and culture must constantly adapt to new development requirements. There is no need to hold on to the ancestral family law and dare not change.