DOI:​10.1177/0037768611421130
Corpus ID: 145305453
In the Footsteps of the Tourists: Buddhist Revival at Museum/Temple Sites in Beijing
Gareth Fisher
Published 2011
History

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Only a fraction of the Buddhist temples in Beijing that once housed monastics now function as places for religious activity. Some were demolished while others were converted to schools, government… Expand
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