This show is about family, nationhood, loving others, treating people nicely, and learning to take responsibility for the gifts we're born with. The story arc over four seasons is artfully crafted and one of the best on television, animated or non-animated. This show has major characters in all age groups, positive gender models, good and bad people, and people who change dramatically. It showcases four Asian cultures, has a vegetarian Buddhist hero who only uses violence as a last resort. I watched it with my 5 year old and 10 year old, with my husband, and a number of family friends and everybody becomes addicted to it. There are endless topics to discuss. To give it four stars, and only one for educational purposes shows a pretty limited understanding from the reviewer, or perhaps, a reviewer who watched a few episodes only. I literally got my account on this website today to stick up for this show that only gets four stars when you look it up, as opposed to 5 stars from all the parents and viewers like me. Demanding the last star migh sound like quibbling, but really, the official review I'd call offensive.