Some countries have ridiculous and strange laws. For example, China banned to save a drowning man. Sounds, of course, absurd and […]
Some countries have ridiculous and strange laws.
For example, China banned to save a drowning man. Sounds, of course, absurd and cruel. But it is true. In China is really forbidden to save a drowning man. Why is that? This requires an understanding of the philosophy of a country like China. To save a drowning person is illegal, because the Chinese believe in fate, implacable and inflexible, with which you want to live in peace and harmony.
In China there is a saying: “In the first place — Fate, Luck took second place, while the third — Feng Shui” — briefly explains the degree of influence of factors on a person’s life. For the fate of the Chinese people standing in the first place, it is a way of life defined by the Higher Forces, which is beyond human will.