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Buddhism in America and its Influence

Abstract For this project, I would be creating a short magazine in a format such as National Geographic. The topic I’ll be focusing on will be about the religions in China and more importantly how it was spread to the U.S and altered by the new environment. Even today, we notice how great of an […]



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Tudi Gong: The Chinese Earth God

                        For my final project for COR-330-08 Gods, Ghosts, and Ancestors I researched Tudi Gong, the Chinese Earth God. I chose to do my project on the worship of a particular deity in China today because I want a chance to look deeper at […]



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Film Proposal on Chinese Family Coming Together on New Year’s Eve (And 8 Year Old Channeling Inner Bruce Lee)

AJ Purnell Gods, Ghosts, and Ancestors Professor Kerry Noonan December 2nd, 2015 Common Assignment For the common assignment in my COR 330 class of Gods, Ghosts, and Ancestors, our project varied from a range of options, as we had to integrate the culture of China, whether it be historical or modern China, within the type […]



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Sufism

For the Global Connection project, my team decided to research the culture of Sufism. We’ve separated the topic into related sections which we’ve used to describe the culture. Sufism is the path of love; it is a spiritual path, where the seeker chooses to revel in the divine power of Love through experience. The Sufi […]



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Folk Gods of Chinese Culture: A Quick-Reference Guide

Chris Johnson 11.19.2014 COR330-09 Gods, Ghosts, & Ancestors Final Project Abstract For westerners traveling to China, what one might find the most surprising about Chinese folk religion is it’s complexity. Over thousands of years, Chinese culture has given rise to hundreds of different gods, each with their own personalities, domains, and idiosyncrasies. Many enthusiasts who […]



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