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  • What was the basis of the Chinese Government?
  • Buddhism and Daoism.
  • Confucian Principles.
  • What religions/ideals began to influence China after the fall of the Han dynasty?
  • How do these religions/ideals reach China?
  • Buddhism was brought to China by missionaries and merchants from India. Daoism originated in China.
  • Who was attracted to these religions/ideals?
  • Buddhism was brought to China by missionaries and merchants from India. Daoism originated in China.
  • During the Han dynasty, both buddhism and Daoism became more attractive to people.
  • Buddhism was a foreign religion, temples and monasteries were destroyed because they had gained so much land.
  • Why were monasteries and temples destroyed?
  • Neo-Confucianism is a revived 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.
  • What is neo-Confucianism?
  • How did the neo-confucianism divide the world?
  •  Neo-Confucianism split the world into a material world and a spiritual world. Humans live in the material world, but are also linked with the Supreme Ultimate.
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