Confucianism is an academic school which emphasizes teaching and understanding the Confucian classics. The system of the Confucian classics has expanded over time from the Four Classics to Six Classics, and the Five Classics to Seven Classics, and the Nine Classics to the Thirteen Classics. These changes can be understood as a process of expanding and updating the canon of essential Confucian texts. In this process, scholars in Bashu ÷éõ¹ have made some very significant contributions. During the Han dynasty ùÓ Wen Weng Ùþèº built the stone school house which extended the Confucian classics from the Five Classics to the Seven Classics; Meng Shu Øëõ¹ in the Five Dynasties period engraved Confucian classics in stone, making the Confucian classics expand from the Nine Classics to the Thirteen Classics. In modern times, Liao Ping ÖøøÁ made clear distinction between jinxue ÐÑùÊ and guxue Í¯ùÊ, wishing to expand the canon of Confucian classics from the Thirteen Classics to the Eighteen Classics. The constant effort of the Shu õ¹ school in promoting and updating the Confucian classics set a good model for our efforts to innovate and develop Confucianism by creating two sets of Confucian classics: the Six Books (the Xiaojing üøÌè, the Lunyu ÖååÞ, the Mengzi Øëí, the Xunziâðí, the DaxueÓÞùÊ, and the Zhongyong ñéé¼), and an advanced version of the Thirteen Classics ¡°(the Yijing æ¶Ìè, the Shujing ßöÌè, the Shijing ãÌÌè, the Zhouli ñ²ÖÉ, the Yili ëðÖÉ, the Liji ÖÉÑÀ, the Da Dai Liji ÓÞÓãÖÉÑÀ, the Chuqiu zuozhuan õðõÕñ§îî, the Gongyang zhuanÍë åÏîî, the Guliang zhuan ÍÚÕÙîî, the Guoyu ÏÐåÞ, the Er¡¯ya ì³äº, the Gu Yuejing zhuan Í¯äÅÌèîî). We also seek to integrate the excavated Confucianism classics with the new classics and wish to form the most comprehensive and reliable reservoir of Confucianism to help popularize and universalize the Confucian tradition.