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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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The Sanctuary

The Sanctuary   LOG LINE: A young woman who is struggling to come to terms with her sexuality must fight for her religious freedom after government agents destroy her temple. As this struggle unfolds it become not only a physical battle but a mental one, in which she struggles with social persecution and cultural ideologies […]



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Daoshi – A Game Involving Daoist Exorcism

Overview Daoshi is a puzzle driven 3D exploration game, where players take control of a local Zhengyi Daoshi (a Daoist priest who performs rituals from his home) who has been asked to diagnose a case of bad luck and illness in a local middle-class house, whose owners believe they have somehow angered a ghost.  Players […]



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Art of the Taoist Religion

This past semester I took Gods, Ghosts, and Ancestors with Professor Noonan and Shaking the Spirit with Professor Wehmeyer. In Shaking the Spirit we looked at lots of art from Haitian vodou and explored how art plays a role in the practice and celebration. In Gods, Ghosts, and Ancestors we looked at a variety of religions within China and their practices. Pairing these […]



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