5. Conflicts and Accomodation between 2 cultures

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The Introduction of Buddhism into China: Conflicts and Accommodation between Two Cultures I) The Arrival of A New Religion: Legends and Facts 1) Several Legends on the Introduction of Buddhism into China () A) Mingdi (Wades: Ming-ti, r: 58-75 C.E.) and his effort to bring Buddhism to China: The Dream of Gold Man and the dispatching of envoys to India for bringing Buddhist texts and institutions to China B) Merchants and Missionaries: The real media and agents for the transplantation of Buddhism to China 2) The Routes for the Spread of Buddhism from India to China A) Three Routes: a) Nepal Tibet Central China Mongolia b) Northern India Central Asia China Korea Japan c) Southern India (Sri Lanka, etc) through Southern China Sea Coastal Area in Shandong (Pengcheng) Chang’an B) Silk Road a) The formation of the Road and Its importance in the cultural and material communication between the East and West during the Pre-industrial periods b) The routes of the Silk Road
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2012 for the course ASIA/HIST 382 taught by Professor Chenjinhua during the Spring '12 term at UBC.

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