|Title of host publication||Berkshire dictionary of Chinese biography (volume 2) = 宝库山中华传记字典 (第二冊)|
|Publisher||Berkshire Publishing Group|
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Feb 2014|
Cheng Hao was a Confucian thinker during the Song dynasty. He strove to restore and reconstruct classical Confucianism. Although his theses were inherited from the Confucian classic, including the Anatects, Mencius, the Classic of Changes, and the Doctrine of the Mean, his interpretations offer learners new insight and perspective in understanding Confucianism. He and his younger brother, Cheng Yi, are commonly referred to as the “Two Chengs” for their parallel efforts in laying the groundwork of Neo-Confucianism.