From the Perfect Book of Emperor Guan's Enlightenment. Other teachings from Chinese culture provide similar guidance on conducting ourselves. Taoism talks about the Five Beauties [of the human character]: Kindness; Proper Conduct; Propriety; Wisdom, Trustworthiness.
1- Filial Piety - 孝 (xiào): Reverence and loving care of our parents – teachers – elders.
2- Harmony - 和 (hé): Sibling Harmony, respect for your brothers, to live at peace as brothers and sisters, respectful of others.
3- Loyalty - 忠 (zhōng): Unswerving allegiance in everything you do, dedication, faithfulness, commitment.
4- Trust - 信 (xìn): Trustworthiness, keeping promises, integrity,sincerity, honesty.
5- Propriety - 仁 (rén) : Courtesy, etiquette, politeness, manners.
6- Righteousness - 義 (yì): The moral disposition to do good, justice.
7- Integrity - 信 (lian): Being non-corrupt, incorruptible, taking only what you deserve, having earned it.
8- Shame - 恥/耻 (chǐ ): Judge and sense of right and wrong, sense of shame, shamefulness, conscientious, cognizant of shameful action and avoiding it.