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Hello! I'm going to talk about the Chinese government today.
China was a communist country and the government controlled almost everything to what land you owned to what job you had.
Buddhism was first brought to China by merchants from India. Then a few years later Daoism began to pick up as a popular religion.
Merchants and missionary's from India traveled the Silk Road to spread the word of Buddhism and Daoism.
Because of the fall of the Han dynasty, Buddhism and Daoism attracted the people of China. This was manly because of the different social classes and new religions enticed people.
Many monasteries and temples were destroyed because of corrupted land that they were built on. Many monks and nuns were forced to leave everything behind and return to secular life.
Neo-Confucianism a revised form of Confucianism that evolved as a response to Buddihsm and held sway in China from the late Tang dynasty.
New neo-Confucianism divided the world into a material and spiritual one but also linked with the supreme ultimate.
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