Buddhism's reception, and reasons for its acceptance in China, Japan, S.E. Asia, and the West

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Religion
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RLG206H5
Professor
Cary Takagaki

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Buddhisms reception and reasons for its acceptance China Japan SE Asia and the WestChinaDuring the Yung Ping era of the Han dynasty the emperor one night had a dream that might have had to do with the Buddha and so he wanted learn why had that dream and if it had any meaningThe silk road route 1st cen bceIt was a trade route from China to the MediterraneanAt that time only Chinese knew how to make silkBecause the silk route passed through India Greco roman influence and art came in India
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