This play, belonging to the field of intellectual, talks about ＂Confucianism＂. Buddhism in Taiwan, emphasizing on morality and ethics, is now distorted and Conficianized. Buddhism, originating in India, is philosophy of consciousness. It’s buzzard that a Buddhist monk should talk about ethics. Marxism, originally a philosophy of the world, is also distorted by its Mainland followers by inventing a propagandist figure, Lei Feng. Marxism, a philosophy first about the knowledge of the world and then personal choice action, follows a theoretical trajectory form the external to the internal；while Confucianism, one first about personal cultivation and then world peace, is the other way around. These two philosophies are strangely mixed in Lei Feng. Be it the Indian philosophy about transcendentalism or German philosophy about World Welfare, both are appropriated by the Chinese to cater to Confucian concerns. This play, probing into these three philosophies, attempts to try the possibility of building a ＂theatre of philosophy＂.