In history, from the Tang Dynasty, cultural order emerged as the result of the powerful influences of Confucian culture and values in the Chinese society. In feudal China, in the context of Confucian education, those who excelled in learning could become high-status officials. From the Tang Dynasty, young men studied hard and pursued superior academic results in order to manage their social mobility successfully. In this context, a kind of official culture existed. Those people who were well versed in Confucian studies and achieved superior academic results in the official selection examinations could be awarded the opportunity to serve in the imperial bureaucracy as civil servants. Having experienced the political movements in the 1950s, the influence of traditional cultural order gradually disappeared. Since 2000, a number of middle-class parents in the big cities of China withdrew their children from the conventional schools and provided their children with Confucian and Christian home education in order to restore cultural order.