This chart shows current Confucianism followers by Country. Confucianism includes Non-Chinese followers of Confucius and Confucianism, mostly Koreans in Korea.
Confucianism is an East Asian school of ethical, philosophical, and (more contentiously) religious thought originally developed from the teachings of the early Chinese sage Confucius (551 - 479 B.C.E.). As a school of thought, it is primarily focused on morality, interpersonal ethics and the cultivation of the civility, which is understood to contribute to the establishment of a harmonious and well-ordered society. All who studied and practiced Confucianism aimed at harmonious relationships that would result in greater peace in their countries. It might be considered a state religion of some East Asian countries, because of governmental promotion of Confucian philosophies. Elements of Confucianism, though it is no longer widely practiced, persist in many Asian cultures.
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Confucianism Adherents by country, ChartsBin.com, viewed 16th December, 2017, <http://chartsbin.com/view/30469>.