Modern Chinese Buddhism
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For medieval Chinese Buddhism, see Chan Roots.
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⭐ Recommended220 pages[recommended but under copyright]
How Buddhism emerged from China’s violent thrust into modernity.
Soundscape Evaluation in Han Chinese Buddhist Temples (2016) – Dongxu Zhang, Mei Zhang, Daping Liu, and Jian Kang
the average sound levels at the four temples over the course of an entire day were between 47.0 and 52.7 dBA, and approximately 70% of those surveyed tended to evaluate the temples’ soundscapes as comfortable and harmonious. When the sound level of a temple was higher than 60 dBA, respondents were more likely to feel uncomfortable
A short biography of three Chinese Buddhist monks in modern Maritime Southeast Asia.69 min
the problem with tourism as it manifested itself in places like Kumbum was that it was the kind of tourism which might actually give monasteries a very bad reputation, rather than being something productive54 min
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- Chinese Buddhist Writing (Course)