Rapid urbanization is destroying culture and has destroyed many cultures and rituals. Musicians used to live in Lei Family Bridge, a village of about 300 households near the overpass. In 2009, the village was torn down to build a golf course and residents were scattered among several housing projects, some a dozen miles away. Villages are torn down to create hotels, golf course, gentrification is happening in almost every single village. Some young people especially don't see the reason and point in keeping culture and rituals alive if it doesn't help them make money or succeed in life. Some people are trying to fight to keep everything alive. The traditions and the history of China are being destroyed. Once the village is gone the culture and rituals and traditions leave with it and die away. 300 villages are destroyed a day. The government has pushed urbanization making the villagers leave, but most usually young and middle aged are moving into to the city by choose. Some villages are fighting to keep there culture and traditions alive like creating socialist villages. Socialist villages are one of ways to keep culture and villages alive. Wealthy, clean, tidy villages and communities are they way to keep the village and keep urbanization out. The country is trying to create more like these to keep villages and culture from disappearing completely. Some villages have become places for tourist to stay or have become hotels, the villages/villagers are trying to keep urbanization out, so that they can keep there traditions and what makes the village special, other villages are also trying to find other ways to bring people back to the villages to keep urbanization out. This is something that Confucius would want he would want to keep everything the way it was. Confucius wanted to keep traditions, rituals, and keeping their morals alive to ensure harmony in the city and create an ideal civilization. Taoist would also like this idea of trying to maintain the village or the "nature" of the land.