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Date Created: 04/02/15
nHST 100 Midterm 2 Reading Summaries Week 6 Shang amp Zhou Dynasty pgs 117146 0 Hometown of Confucius is in Qufu 0 Despite communism in China China loves and extensively studies the writings of Confucius o Buddhism amp Daoism regain popularity after their destruction when communism came about in China 0 Christianity grows in China since the death of communist leader Mao Zedong in 1976 o In 500 BC the cultural and religious traditions that will continue until current day are developed and created 0 China Confucius and Laozi s teachings bring rise to Confucianism and Daoism I In the rest of the world Hinduism Buddhism Zoroastrianism and Judaism pick up 0 Chinese and Greek religions focus more on human rationality and the power to understand
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