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    Daoism (Taoism): created by Laozi and Zhuangzi during the 4th century. Focused on private life and nature, saw that a perfect being was like water, where you are silent instead of talking, yield instead of asserting, and you were to follow the Dao (the way) and nothing else.
    Examples of Daoist (Taoist) include:
    {4.jpg} Daoist Temple in Korea
    {china_april_shaoxing_039.jpg} Daoist Shrine in China

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    DAOISM (TAOISM):
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    {Buddhist_Temple.jpg} Chinese Buddhist Temple
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    {porcelain-temple.jpg} KoreanVietnamese Buddhist Temple
    CONFUCIANISM:
    {confucius-temple.jpg} Confucianism: developed by a man named Confucius in the 4th century. He promoted his ideas around China and gathered many followers who wrote down his teachings and this created the religion of Confucianism. The religion focused on Filial Piety and Five Relationships. Filial Piety meant that you know your role in your family, you show respect to your ancestors including your parents when they die.
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  5. page home edited ... Buddhism eventually split into many sects and is still a major religion in much of East Asia. …
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    Buddhism eventually split into many sects and is still a major religion in much of East Asia. Other countries such as Tibet, Vietnam, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, and others all follow Buddhism.
    Buddhist worship in temples, seen in the examples below,
    {gyeongju01.jpg} Chinese{Buddhist_Temple.jpg} Chinese Buddhist Temple
    {200602071139309459(9).jpg} KoreanKorean Buddhist Temple
    {porcelain-temple.jpg} VietnamKorean Buddhist Temple
    CONFUCIANISM:
    {confucius-temple.jpg} Confucianism: developed by a man named Confucius in the 4th century. He promoted his ideas around China and gathered many followers who wrote down his teachings and this created the religion of Confucianism. The religion focused on Filial Piety and Five Relationships. Filial Piety meant that you know your role in your family, you show respect to your ancestors including your parents when they die.
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    Examples of Confucian Temples include,
    {confucius-temple-qufu-02_leading.jpg} Confucian Temple in China
    {Tainan_Confucius_temple_2.jpg} ConfucianConfucian Temple in Korea
    {2520251031_c4164a1d01.jpg} Confucian Temple in Japan Confucian Temple
    DAOISM (TAOISM):
    {daoist.jpg} Daoism (Taoism): created by Laozi and Zhuangzi during the 4th century. Focused on private life and nature, saw that a perfect being was like water, where you are silent instead of talking, yield instead of asserting, and you were to follow the Dao (the way) and nothing else.
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    ANCIENT CHINA
    {AncientChina.jpg} Ancient China Map
    Religions in Ancient China
    BUDDHISM:
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    {confucius-temple-qufu-02_leading.jpg} Confucian Temple in China
    {Tainan_Confucius_temple_2.jpg} Confucian Temple in Korea
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    DAOISM (TAOISM):
    {daoist.jpg} Daoism (Taoism): created by Laozi and Zhuangzi during the 4th century. Focused on private life and nature, saw that a perfect being was like water, where you are silent instead of talking, yield instead of asserting, and you were to follow the Dao (the way) and nothing else.
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