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Religions in China
A Brief Introduction of China's Religions
China's main religions are Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, and Christianity. Religions with fewer adherents are the Eastern Orthodox branch of Christianity and numerous regional faiths, as practiced by China's ethnic minorities.
Buddhism was brought to China from India in about the first century AD and slowly divided into three branches, depending on which language group was practicing it, Han, Bali or Tibetan, the Tibetan form is now also known as Lamaism. It is difficult to pinpoint exactly how many practitioners of Buddhism exist in China, especially a…
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