Buddhism in Australia.
It is not known precisely when Buddhism first came to Australia. It has argued that there may have been contact between the Aboriginal people of northern Australia and the early Hindu-Buddhist civilisations of Indonesia. It is also possible that the great fleets of the Chinese Ming emperors, which explored the south between 1405 and 1433, may have reached the mainland of Australia.
The first certain contact with Buddhism can be dated to 1848, when Chinese labourers arrived to work on the goldfields of eastern Australia. The beliefs of these men were predominantly Taoist/Confucian, but the…
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