This is the opposite of what China looked like. We just put this stuff because why not?
Here lies the Han Dnynasty
Hey Buster did you hear about that new religion called Buddhism?
Well Gino, I cant say I have. How about you let me know about it?
The Chinese government was based off of Confucianism principles.
Hey Greg, i love these new beliefs I have.
Hey Tarzan, why don't you follow these new beliefs?
Well now that the Han dynasty collapsed I guess they don't sound too bad.
After the fall of the Han Dynasty Buddhism and Daoism began to influence China.
Hey there Rachel do you know why monasteries and temples were destroyed?
No Ben, I didn't. Why were they?
The spread of religions and ideals throughout the world happened because of merchants and missionaries who told other people about them.
Hey Lucy do you know what neo-Confucianism is?
No Bella, I don't. Why don't you tell me what it is?
At first, only merchants and intellectuals believed in these new ideas. After the collapse of the Han dynasty, these ideas were appealing to everyone.
Monasteries and temples were destroyed because of corruption that the land came with when the Buddhist monasteries had required.
Neo-Confucianism is a revised form of Confucianism that evolved as a response to Buddhism and held sway in China from the late Tang dynasty to the end of the dynastic system in the twentieth century. This neo-confucianism was divided into two groups: the material/spiritual.