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|image4=Buddhism in China (China Family Panel Studies 2012).png|caption4=Buddhism[168] Wo bei diesen Denkschulen Philosophie endet und die Religion beginnt, ist daher schwer zu sagen. The office of Director General of Shipping was consistently held by a Muslim. Zu Zeiten Mao Zedongs galt Religiosität offiziell als rückständig und war vom kommunistischen Staat nicht gern gesehen. [81] It was organised by Christian movements which established a separate state in southeast China against the Qing dynasty. Another name for this body of traditions is "Han Chinese Transmission of the Esoteric (or Mystery) Tradition" (汉传密宗 Hànchuán Mìzōng, where Mizong is the Chinese for Vajrayana). Quora ist eine Plattform, auf der man Fragen stellen und sich mit anderen Menschen verbinden kann, die ihre ganz eigenen Erfahrungen und Einblicke in Form von hochqualitativen Antworten beisteuern. Many descendants of the Kaifeng community still live among the Chinese population, mostly unaware of their Jewish ancestry, while some have moved to Israel. In unserem Nachrichtenticker können Sie live die neuesten Eilmeldungen auf Deutsch von Portalen, Zeitungen, Magazinen und Blogs lesen sowie nach älteren Meldungen suchen. In its interior, the temple enshrines a statue of Genghis Khan (at the center) and four of his men on each side (the total making nine, a symbolic number in Mongolian culture), there is an altar where offerings to the godly men are made, and three white suldes made with white horse hair. The emperors of China claimed the Mandate of Heaven and participated in Chinese religious practices. [51][52] The emperors of Qin also concentrated the cults of the five forms of God, previously held at different locations, in unified temple complexes.[53]. Confucianism never developed an institutional structure similar to that of Taoism, and its religious body never differentiated from Chinese folk religion. Jahrhundert zurück. At the time it was rare for the Chinese to create a character for a foreign religion, and this is an evidence of the effect of Zoroastrians in Tang Chinese society.[391]:149. auch immer, ob du auf der Recherche nach einem neuen, einer energiesparenden Kanzleramt oder einem Säuglingskutsche bist. [133], The China Family Panel Studies' findings for 2012 shew that Buddhists tended to be younger and better educated, while Christians were older and more likely to be illiterate. [344]:140–144, Religious ceremonies and rituals are directed by priests called duāngōng in Chinese. The first, "spirit", is in the sense of "human spirit" or "psyche". [211] If these spirits are neglected or abandoned, or were not treated with death rituals if they were humans, they become hungry and are trapped in places where they met their death, becoming dangerous for living beings and requiring exorcism. [204], The present-day government of China, like the erstwhile imperial dynasties of the Ming and Qing, tolerates popular religious cults if they bolster social stability, but suppresses or persecutes cults and deities which threaten moral order. According to demographic analyses, approximately 13% of the population of China claims a loose affiliation with Taoist practices, while self-proclaimed "Taoists" (a title traditionally attributed only to the daoshi, i.e. [5]:127 Based on Gnostic teachings and able to adapt to different cultural contexts, the Manichaean religion spread rapidly both westward to the Roman Empire and eastward to China. "Nihao and welcome to China!" In the early 20th century, reform-minded officials and intellectuals attacked all religions as "superstitious", and since 1949, China has been governed by the Communist Party of China, an atheist institution that prohibits party members from practicing religion while in office. Zwar sind verschiedene daoistische Sekten verboten, doch gehört die daoistische Vereinigung Chinas zu den anerkannten Glaubensrichtungen, die unter anderem Rituale durchführen, Philosophie und Musik lehren. [76], Both Buddhism and Taoism developed hierarchic pantheons which merged metaphysical (celestial) and physical (terrestrial) being, blurring the edge between the human and the divine, which reinforced the religious belief that gods and devotees sustain one another. The broad and sustained offensive on human rights that started after President Xi Jinping took power five years ago showed no sign of abating in 2017. One of them was the "Silk Route by Sea" that started from the Coromandel Coast in southeast India and reached Southeast Asia and then southeastern Chinese cities; another route was that from the ancient kingdom of Kamrupa, through upper Burma, reaching Yunnan; a third route is the well-known Silk Route reaching northwest China, which was the main route through which Buddhism spread into China. [297] Such "masters of rites", fashi (法師), are known by a variety of names including hongtou daoshi (紅頭道士), popular in southeast China, meaning "redhead" or "redhat" daoshi, in contradistinction to the wutou daoshi (烏頭道士), "blackhead" or "blackhat" daoshi, as vernacular Taoists call the sanju daoshi of Zhengyi Taoism that were traditionally ordained by the Celestial Master. China Highlights have specialized in private China tours for over 20 years; it's all we do. Confucians experience the sacred as existing in this world as part of everyday life, most importantly in family and social relations. Neben den noch immer zahlenmäßig dominierenden Religionen indigenen Charakters, überrascht insbesondere das Wachstum der beiden christlichen Konfessionen. In this context, Christianity not only represents a small proportion of the population, but its adherents are still seen by the majority who observe traditional rituals as followers of a foreign religion that sets them apart from the body of society. In the early Tang, a new character was invented specifically for Zoroastrianism, 祆 xiān, meaning the "worship of Heaven". Quote: "According to Dean, 'in the rural sector... if one takes a rough figure of 1000 people per village living in 680,000 administrative villages and assume an average of two or three temples per village, one arrives at a figure of over 680 million villagers involved in some way with well over a million temples and their rituals'. According to the results of an official census provided in 1995 by the Information Office of the State Council of China, at that time the Chinese traditional religions were already popular among nearly 1 billion people. [281], In contemporary China, the Confucian revival has developed into various interwoven directions: the proliferation of Confucian schools or academies (shuyuan 书院 or 孔学堂 Kǒngxuétáng, "Confucian learning halls"),[280] the resurgence of Confucian rites (chuántǒng lǐyí 传统礼仪),[280] and the birth of new forms of Confucian activity on the popular level, such as the Confucian communities (shèqū rúxué 社区儒学). However, Buddhism survived the persecutions and regained a place in the Chinese society over the following centuries. [312] Today, this school of Buddhism is popular among the Dai people, and also the Palaung, Blang, Achang, and Jingpo ethnic groups. [229] Hao (2017) defined lineage temples as nodes of economic and political power which work through the principle of crowdfunding (zhongchou):[230], Chinese popular or folk religion, otherwise simply known as "Chinese religion", is the "background" religious tradition of the Chinese, whose practices and beliefs are shared by both the elites and the common people. Februar 2010 ().-Die Beziehungen zwischen Kirche und Staat, der Dialog zwischen Kulturen und Traditionen, die Erforschung der Lebensphilosophie war Gegenstand einer jüngsten Konferenz in Rom. [263] They are religious communities of initiatory and secretive character, including rural militias such as the Red Spears (紅槍會) and the Big Knives (大刀會), and fraternal organisations such as the Green Gangs (青幫) and the Elders' Societies (哥老會). [343]:14 Qiang people believe in an overarching God, called Mubyasei ("God of Heaven"), which is related with the Chinese concept of Tian and clearly identified by the Qiang with the Taoist-originated Jade Deity. (Playback ID: GP8qeXzdbLKVzfG7) Learn More. Schriftzeugen der Kultur Chinas gibt es seit etwa 3500 Jahren, doch ihr Ursprung liegt noch weiter zurück. It became very popular among Chinese of all walks of life; admired by commoners, and sponsored by emperors in certain dynasties. [218] Ancestors are the mediators of Heaven. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you're looking for. [109] A survey held in 2012 by WIN/GIA found that in China the atheists comprise 47% of the population. [395], China has a history of schools of thought not relying upon conceptions of an absolute, or putting absolutes into question. Among the ancient Chinese, the God of the Zhou dynasty appeared to have been an ancestor of the ruling house. Most of this activity affects people who subscribe to world views that are sometimes formally acknowledged by the state and are institutionalised, or others that are tacitly approved as customs". [83], China entered the 20th century under the Manchu Qing dynasty, whose rulers favoured traditional Chinese religions, and participated in public religious ceremonies, with state pomp, as at the Temple of Heaven in Beijing, where prayers for the harvest were offered. The shared sense of Yao identity is further based on tracing back Yao origins to a mythical ancestor, Panhu.[346]:48–49. [201] In the tradition of New Text Confucianism, Confucius is regarded as a "throne-less king" of the God of Heaven and a savior of the world. Many of them still remain underground or unrecognised in China, while others—for instance the Church of Virtue, Tiandiism, Xuanyuanism, Weixinism and Yiguandao—operate in China and collaborate with academic and non-governmental organisations. Unser Newsticker zum Thema China Religion enthält aktuelle Nachrichten von heute Freitag, dem 26. [305] Such interaction gave rise to uniquely Han Chinese Buddhist schools (汉传佛教 Hànchuán Fójiào). At that time China was being gradually invaded by European and American powers, and since 1860 Christian missionaries had had the right to build or rent premises, and they appropriated many temples. [119], Besides the surveys based on fieldwork, estimates using projections have been published by the Pew Research Center as part of its study of the Global Religious Landscape in 2010. Otherwise, the school of the Old Texts regards Confucius as a sage who gave a new interpretation to the tradition from previous great dynasties. Disillusioned with the widespread vulgarisation of the rituals to access Tian, he began to preach an ethical interpretation of traditional Zhou religion. [86]:3[87], After the Xinhai Revolution, with increasing urbanisation and Western influence, the issue for the new intellectual class was no longer the worship of heterodox gods as it was the case in imperial times, but the delegitimisation of religion itself, and especially folk religion, as an obstacle to modernisation. By the Han dynasty, the universal God of early Shang-Zhou theology had found new expression by the names of Tàiyǐ (太乙 "Great Oneness"), "Supreme Oneness of the Central Yellow" (中黄太乙 Zhōnghuáng Tàiyǐ), or the "Yellow God of the Northern Dipper (i.e. [342] Every aobao represents a god; there are aobaoes dedicated to heavenly gods, mountain gods, other gods of nature, and also to gods of human lineages and agglomerations. The Buddha's teaching seemed alien and amoral to conservative Confucian sensibilities. He entrusted a human, Siv Yis, with healing powers so that he became the first shaman. [265] These martial folk religions were outlawed by Ming imperial decrees which continued to be enforced until the fall of the Qing dynasty in the 20th century. [392], The government of the People's Republic of China officially espouses state atheism,[3] and has conducted antireligious campaigns to this end. Vor allem der Konfuzianismus, eher Sozialethik als Religion, beeinflusst die moralischen Verhaltensweisen der Chinesen. Most of them left China after the war, the rest relocating prior to, or immediately after, the establishment of the People's Republic. Actualmente es la religión predominante en China y, a pesar de ello, su número de creyentes es difícil de calcular ya que las fuentes varían entre 880 millones y 390 millones; además, en las … Manchu folk religion is the ethnic religion practised by most of the Manchu people, the major of the Tungusic peoples, in China. [387] In 1120, a rebellion led by Fang La was believed to have been caused by Manichaeans, and widespread crackdown of unauthorised religious assemblies took place. [205], In Chinese religion, Tian is both transcendent and immanent,[206] inherent in the multiple phenomena of nature (polytheism or cosmotheism, yǔzhòu shénlùn 宇宙神论). [335]:236 Many of the deities are original Manchu kins' ancestors, and people with the same surname are viewed as being generated by the same god. CFPS 2014 found that 5.94% of the population declared that they belonged to "other" religious categories besides the five state-sanctioned religions. [222], The cults of gods and ancestors that in recent (originally Western) literature have been classified as "Chinese popular religion", traditionally neither have a common name nor are considered zōngjiào ("doctrines"). [75], Under the influence of foreign cultures and thought systems, new concepts to refer to the supreme God were formulated, such as Tiānzhōngtiān (天中天 "God of the Gods"), seemingly introduced by Yuezhi Buddhist missionaries to render the Sanskrit Devātideva (of the same meaning) or Bhagavān from their Iranian sources. The most famous amongst them was Matteo Ricci, an Italian mathematician who came to China in 1588 and lived in Beijing. Confucianism originated during the Spring and Autumn period and developed metaphysical and cosmological elements in the Han dynasty (206 BCE–220 CE),[275] to match the developments in Buddhism and Taoism which were dominant among the populace. [369], In recent decades the Communist Party of China has remained intolerant of Christian churches outside party control,[370][371] looking with distrust on organisations with international ties. [272] Joël Thoraval finds that Confucianism expresses on a popular level in the widespread worship of five cosmological entities: Heaven and Earth (Di 地), the sovereign or the government (jūn 君), ancestors (qīn 親) and masters (shī 師). [381]:128–129 In the Sui (581–618) and later Tang dynasty (618–907), Hindu texts translated into Chinese included the Śulvasūtra, the Śulvaśāstra and the Prescriptions of Brahmin Rishis. The Tibetans contributed with the translation into Chinese of the Pāṇinisūtra and the Rāmāyaṇa. From earliest times, the Chinese tended to be all-embracing rather than to treat different religious traditions as separate and independent. In Städten suchen die Menschen dagegen moralische Unterstützung im Christentum. They share elements that go back to the 4th century BCE and to the prehistoric culture of China, such as the School of Yin and Yang and the thought of Laozi and Zhuangzi. Heute gilt sie nach dem Buddhismus als organisierte religiöse Richtung mit der zweithöchsten Anhängerzahl. [328] The founding of the centre received substantial support from local authorities, especially those whose families were directly affiliated with one of the many bimo hereditary lineages. Freedom of religion and belief. A practice developed in the Chinese folk religion of post-Maoist China, that started in the 1990s from the Confucian temples managed by the Kong kin (the lineage of the descendants of Confucius himself), is the representation of ancestors in ancestral shrines no longer just through tablets with their names, but through statues. Confucianism holds one in contempt when he fails to uphold the cardinal moral values of ren and yi. Zhou kings declared that their victory over the Shang was because they were virtuous and loved their people, while the Shang were tyrants and thus were deprived of power by Tian. [279] In 2003, the Confucian intellectual Kang Xiaoguang published a manifesto in which he made four suggestions: Confucian education should enter official education at any level, from elementary to high school; the state should establish Confucianism as the state religion by law; Confucian religion should enter the daily life of ordinary people, a purpose achievable through a standardisation and development of doctrines, rituals, organisations, churches and activity sites; the Confucian religion should be spread through non-governmental organisations. of positive theology) in character, while professional Taoism as "kenotic" and "apophatic" (i.e. In accordance with the Master, they identified mental tranquility as the state of Tian, or the One (一 Yī), which in each individual is the Heaven-bestowed divine power to rule one's own life and the world. 2008: a survey conducted in that year by Yu Tao of the, 2010: the Chinese Spiritual Life Survey directed by the, Four surveys conducted respectively in the years 2006, 2008, 2010 and 2011 as part of the Chinese General Social Survey (CGSS) of the, 2012-2014: analyses published in a study by Fenggang Yang and Anning Hu found that 55.5% of the adult population (15+) of China, or 578 million people in absolute numbers, believed and practised folk religions, including a 20% who practised ancestor veneration or communal worship of deities, and the rest who practised what Yang and Hu define "individual" folk religions like devotion to specific gods such as. Confucius saw an opportunity to reinforce values of compassion and tradition into society. Prior to the formation of Chinese civilisation and the spread of world religions in the region known today as East Asia (which includes the territorial boundaries of modern-day China), local tribes shared animistic, shamanic and totemic worldviews. [351], Since the 1980s and the 1990s there has been a revival of Zhuang folk religion, which has followed two directions. Islam is the majority religion in areas inhabited by the Hui Muslims, particularly the province of Ningxia, and in the province of Xinjiang that is inhabited by the Uyghurs. Aligning with Chinese anthropologists' emphasis on "religious culture",[86]:5–7 the government considers these religions as integral expressions of national "Chinese culture". [313], The first Buddhist temple in Yunnan province, the Wabajie Temple in Xishuangbanna, was erected in 615. Chinese vernacular ritual masters, also referred to as practitioners of Faism (法教 Fǎjiào, "rites/laws' traditions"),[298] also named Folk Taoism (民间道教 Mínjiàn Dàojiào), or "Red Taoism" (in southeast China and Taiwan), are orders of priests that operate within the Chinese folk religion but outside any institution of official Taoism. Initially, the new government did not suppress religious practice, but, like its dynastic ancestors, viewed popular religious movements, especially in the countryside, as possibly seditious. Mark Juergensmeyer observes that Confucianism itself is primarily pragmatic and humanist, in it the "thisworldliness" being the priority. The megacity of Wuhan on Thursday marked the first anniversary since it ended the 76-day isolation and the 10th month without reporting any locally transmitted infections. [218], Understanding religion primarily as an ancestral tradition, the Chinese have a relationship with the divine that functions socially, politically as well as spiritually. As of 2010[162] there are 843,000 Christians in Hong Kong (11.8% of the total population). [296] The Zhengyi sanju daoshi are trained by other priests of the same sect, and historically received formal ordination by the Celestial Master,[294][297] although the 63rd Celestial Master Zhang Enpu fled to Taiwan in the 1940s during the Chinese Civil War. However, there are many Tibetan Buddhist temples as far as northeast China, the Yonghe Temple in Beijing being just one example. [101], A turning point was reached in 2005, when folk religious cults began to be protected and promoted under the policies of intangible cultural heritage. Han Chinese of Inner Mongolia have easily assimilated into the traditional Mongolian spiritual heritage of the region. [80], Later, many folk religious and institutional religious temples were destroyed during the Taiping Rebellion (1850–1871). This hierarchy proceeds up to the gods of the cosmos, the Earth and Heaven itself. Aus diesen Tugenden ergeben sich für den Konfuzianer drei soziale Pflichten, die diesen Tugenden entsprechen: Loyalität, kindliche Pietät und die Wahrung der Riten. Chr., entstand mit dem Konfuzianismus eine der drei die Kultur Chinas prägenden Lehren. [47], The short-lived Qin dynasty, started by Qin Shi Huang (r. 247–220 BCE), who reunified the Warring States and was the first Chinese ruler to use the title of "emperor", chose Legalism as the state ideology, banning and persecuting all other schools of thought. Francis Ching-Wah Yip, in Miller, 2006. p. 186. [385] Small Manichaean communities are still active in modern China. These attitudes began to change in the late 20th century, and contemporary scholars generally have a positive vision of popular religion. [303] The Chinese usage distinguishes the Chinese "Wuism" tradition (巫教 Wūjiào; properly shamanic, in which the practitioner has control over the force of the god and may travel to the underworld) from the tongji tradition (童乩; southern mediumship, in which the practitioner does not control the force of the god but is guided by it), and from non-Han Chinese Altaic shamanisms (萨满教 sàmǎnjiào) which are practised in northern provinces. [225] Mayfair Yang (2007) studied how rituals and temples interweave to form networks of grassroots socio-economic capital for the welfare of local communities, fostering the circulation of wealth and its investment in the "sacred capital" of temples, gods and ancestors. Later, the Manichaean bishop Mihr-Ohrmazd, who was Mōzak's pupil, also came to China, where he was granted an audience by empress Wu Zetian (684–704), and according to later Buddhist sources he presented at the throne the Erzongjing ("Text of the Two Principles") that became the most popular Manichaean scripture in China. The late Tang dynasty saw the spread of the cult of the City Gods in direct bond to the development of the cities as centres of commerce and the rise in influence of merchant classes. [346]:290, The reason of such strong identification of Yao religion with Taoism is that in Yao society every male adult is initiated as a Taoist. During a military mission in Hanning (modern southwest Shaanxi), Xiu either died in battle or was killed by Lu himself, who incorporated Xiu's followers and seized the city, which he renamed Hanzhong. [78], The City God is a protector of the boundaries of a city and of its internal and economic affairs, such as trade and elections of politicians. Although the name "Taiyi" became prominent in the Han, it harkens back to the Warring States, as attested in the poem The Supreme Oneness Gives Birth to Water, and possibly to the Shang dynasty as Dàyī (大一 "Big Oneness"), an alternative name for Shangs' (and universe's) greatest ancestor. [210] Yet the combination 鬼神 guǐshén ("ghosts and spirits") includes both good and bad, those that are lucky or unlucky, benevolent or malevolent, the heavenly ad the demonic aspect of living beings. There is no ontological difference between gods and demons, and humans may emulate the gods and join them in the pantheon. [104] The government's project also involved restricting Christian churches, which resulted in some removals of crosses from steeples and churches' demolition. [290], Taoism (道教 Dàojiào) (also romanised as Daoism in the current pinyin spelling) encompasses a variety of related orders of philosophy and rite in Chinese religion. Regulations, effective as of 1 February, stipulated that religious groups must “follow the leadership of the Communist Party of China… persist in the direction of sinicization of religion, and practise core socialist values”. Get Doodly. [333], Dongbaism (東巴教 Dōngbajiào, "religion of the eastern Ba") is the main religion of the Nakhi people. According to the scholar Stephan Feuchtwang, rites are conceived as "what makes the invisible visible", making possible for humans to cultivate the underlying order of nature. [349] "Moism" refers to the dimension led by mógōng (摩公), who are vernacular ritual specialists able to transcribe and read texts written in Zhuang characters and lead the worship of Buluotuo and of the goddess Muliujia. [329] Buddhism spread into Tibet starting in the 7th and 8th century,[330] and the name "Bon" was adopted as the name of the indigenous religion in Buddhist historiography. For instance, Azhaliism (Chinese: 阿吒力教 Āzhālìjiào) is a Vajrayana Buddhist religion practised among the Bai people.[315]. Indeed, from the elites' point of view, the movement was connected to a series of abnormal cosmic phenomena seen as characteristic of an excess of 阴 yīn (femininity, sinister, reabsorption of the order of nature). Religions that were deemed "appropriate" and given freedom were those that entailed the ancestral tradition of consolidated state rule. Ricci was welcomed at the imperial court and introduced Western learning into China. This page was last edited on 29 March 2021, at 20:53. A genocide happening right now! Shamans revealed texts of Taoism from early times down to at least the 20th century.[293]. [181] Rituals and sacrifices are employed not only to seek blessing from the ancestors, but also to create a communal and educational religious environment in which people are firmly linked with a glorified history. [132] A 2017 study of the Christian communities of Wuhan found the same socio-economic characteristics, with the addition that Christians were more likely to suffer from physical and mental illness than the general population. The former festival is to worship the God of Heaven, while the latter is dedicated to the god of mountains. In almost every city, you are sure to see a diverse range of ethnic groups participating in their historical religious traditions ranging from Buddhism to Christian Protestantism. Commercial travel opened China to influences from foreign cultures. According to the Chinese General Social Survey of 2012,[166] about 2.2% of the total population of China (around 30 million people) claims membership in the folk religious sects, which have likely maintained their historical dominance in central-northern and northeastern China.}} Among all things of creation, humans themselves are "central" because they have the ability to cultivate and centre natural forces. In the story, a virtuous monk descends into hell to rescue his mother, who had been condemned for her transgressions. Taoism has a distinct scriptural tradition, with the Dàodéjīng (道德经 "Book of the Way and its Virtue") of Laozi being regarded as its keystone. The competing factions of the Confucians and the fāngshì (方士 "masters of directions"), regarded as representatives of the ancient religious tradition inherited from previous dynasties, concurred in the formulation of Han state religion, the former pushing for a centralisation of religio-political power around the worship of the God of Heaven by the emperor, while the latter emphasising the multiplicity of the local gods and the theology of the Yellow Emperor. The people living in Yunnan where Theravada Buddhism is widespread follow norms similar to those of Thai Buddhists, and their Buddhism is often blended with local folk beliefs. [338]:60 After his death, Siv Yis ascended to heaven, but he left behind his ritual tools that became the equipment of the shaman class. Chinese Catholics resisted the new government's move towards state control and independence from the Vatican. [381]:135, Hindu texts were translated into Chinese, including a large number of Indian Tantric texts and the Vedas, which are known in Chinese as the Minglun or Zhilun, or through phonetic transliteration as the Weituo, Feituo or Pituo. Christian missionaries and their schools, under the protection of the Western powers, went on to play a major role in the Westernisation of China in the 19th and 20th centuries. Please try again later. The state protects normal religious activities. 民間宗教 mínjiān zōngjiào) or "folk faith" (i.e. [216] Most academics in China use the term "religion" (zongjiao) to include formal institutions, specific beliefs, a clergy, and sacred texts, while Western scholars tend to use the term more loosely. The Hongwu Emperor even composed The Hundred-word Eulogy in praise of Muhammad. [1][10] Though Hui Muslims are the most numerous group,[11] the greatest concentration of Muslims is in Xinjiang, with a significant Uyghur population. It consists in the worship of the ngel zex, Bai word for "patrons" or "source lords", rendered as benzhu (本主) in Chinese. [105], André Laliberté noted that despite there having been much talk about "persecution against religion (especially Christianity) in China", one should not jump to hasty conclusions, since "a large proportion of the population worship, pray, perform rituals and hold certain beliefs with the full support of the Party. [330] The Chinese sage Confucius is worshipped in Bon as a holy king, master of magic and divination. During the same period, Chan Buddhism grew to become the largest sect in Chinese Buddhism. Demographics of China 2020. The population had lost faith in the official tradition, which was no longer perceived as an effective way to communicate with Heaven. Klicke hier für eine Anleitung die dir zeigt, wie du JavaScript in deinem Browser aktivierst. 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