It seems that China’s rule more closely followed Indian ideals rather than Confucian, at least during the Qui dynasty when Confucianism was looks down upon. You won’t let me find any more information on it to see when else this might have been true; you even typed out what I could and couldn't do entirely in capital letters, dear teacher. Well anyway, that’s to be expected, isn’t it? That when Confucian views were unwanted by the emperor the emperor wouldn’t practice Confucianism, hm? Or maybe the emperor’s treatment of Confucianism is similar to our own government’s treatment of homosexuality. I’m repeating myself now, but considering you’re making me write about this for 550 goddamn words, even though you’ve only given me about a page worth of information to base it off of, I think that’s the only way this report is about to get finished. Oh my, I'm sorry, I've typed this whole thing out without adding any parenthetical citations even though I don't have anywhere they would be needed. Please, even though I've done a wonderful job on my report, go ahead and ruin my perfect score because I haven't done something I never needed to do in the first pace. Thank you, dear teacher.

If only I were able to send this to my teacher...