Western culture, nourished by science and technology, has brought about an abundant and convenient environment to the human race, turing the world into a “global village”. However, this kind of “globalization” conceals many dangers. Environmental concerns, gaps between the rich and the poor, refugees, national, religious or cultural conflicts, are just a few among others. The relationship between an agent and other people, between a person and the world, and between human beings and nature is becoming more and more alienating and tense. Hoe to mend the damage and save the crisis? Oriental thinkings may be able to provide inspirations. This article sums up the opinions and experts in a seminar called “Eastern Culture on Coporate Responsibility in an Era of Globalization”. It is argued that only if the human race can return to the unity of human and nature, understand that the world is a whole, nature is an intrinsic value, and human beings have a special place in the world, they could have proper understanding of “wei” and “wuwei”, viz., “do” and “not to do”. This is the teaching Oriental Philosophies can provide to us.