DOI:​10.4000/CHINAPERSPECTIVES.408
Corpus ID: 152354408
Buddhism and the State: The New Relationship. Increasing numbers of believers bring great changes to the monastic economy in China
Zhe Ji
Published 2004
Sociology

China perspectives
In the early 1980s, Buddhism in China entered a period of revival and prosperity, yet it retained a sense of public disgrace inherited from nearly three decades of persecution. In order to survive… Expand
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