I don’t know if this really fits here but China has millions of uyghur muslims in concentration camps where the are being tortured and forced to abandon their religion please post this picture on your social media you can help them a little bit like that reddit.com/gallery/ivib1i
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Religions in China seems to be distinctively non-theistic, is there a reason for this?

It seems that, across history, all the religions that prosper in China are non-theistic: Confucianism, taoism and buddhism, with only a few but notable exceptions like the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom

This seems weird to me because, as far as I know in the rest of the world theistic religions are the norm, even Japan which was super influenced by China developed Shintoism which is light on the "deity you must worship" but still has clear deities you are encouraged to worship

I know there are some clear deities people in China have worshiped, like the Heavenly Emperor or the Three Pure Ones but from what I've read they were never worshipped as universally or with the same devotion or reverence that gods in other religions have been worshipped. Worshiping them is just not very important

There's also the fact that while Buddhism developed in India it found a lot more success in China, probably precisely because it is a non-theistic religion

Why does this happen?, why does China seem to be THE place for non-theistic religions across history?

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Hi, you think is morally acceptable a alliance of Abrahanic religions: Christianism-Judaism-Islam do fight united against China totalitarism(Uygurs, Tibet, their anti-religion agenda) and marxism/postmodernism that is spreading atheism, feminism and destruction of traditions in the world?

I believe that the three religions and others can live in peace, but it is not possible to live in peace with Marxism and postmodernism always trying to brainwash the youth against religions and traditions.

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1,600 years old! Yungang Grottoes in Datong, Shanxi Province of China. #Buddhism #religion
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China's war on religion -- To secure its hold on power, the Communist Party is tightening its control over all faiths in China theweek.com/articles/9325…
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How would Paradox handle China's religion and culture when it drops in the future?

So with the torn map and the datamined map goes much further east than available, it seems to be community consensus that China (and hopefully other East Asian countries like Japan Korea etc) will likely be added in the future.

As a Chinese, I of course welcome China to be included in the game, but I can't help but wonder how will Paradox deal with culture(s) and religion(s) in China.

From a historical standpoint, Han culture basically dominated China since Han Dynasty 202BC, sure there're many other cultures within edges of de jure China border like Qiang, Yue, Uighur etc, but Han has been the culture for the majority of the nation. From a gameplay standpoint, if CK3 actually do it historically, it will create a gigantic blob of Han culture provinces that's pretty much the same size of entire Europe, which might be....bland? Same goes for Japan as aside from Ainu, they don't really have different cultures historically. Perhaps they will go with EU4 route and break Han culture down to regions like Jianghuai/Wu/Shandong?

Another problem is the religion of China since religion play a much larger role in CK than EU, it's definitely going to be a rather important aspect to include when China drops. I do wonder how will Paradox deal with Confucianism, as it's not exactly a religion, and vast majority of Chinese believers of other religions like Taoist still works under Confucianism values too. But gameplay wise group everyone under the banner of "confucianism" like Catholism in West Central Europe might be weird, as they've already included multiple Taoist sects.

I'm curious how will Paradox deal with these issues, and will be looking forward when the DLC drops.

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Today is the International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief. Let's see how religious freedom is respected in China: reddit.com/gallery/ien1z6
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[Harsh Madhusudan] India must reconsider its relationship with the Catholic Church, the way China has done. The Catholic Church - headquartered in the Vatican - cannot claim to be both a religion and a sovereign nation. Since it is a latter and the priests in India all report to it, how is that OK? twitter.com/harshmadhusud…
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Religions in China seems to be distinctively non-theistic, is there a reason for this? reddit.com/r/AskHistorian…
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Persecution The War on Religion in China persecution.org/2020/09/2…
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Religion and Healing in China with Cuilan Liu

I'm taking this class this semester and I'm wondering what the workload looks like. It seems to be a lot of reading and I'm wondering about how this class went for people who took it before. Let me know how you felt about the exams, reading, and content.

Thanks.

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[Harsh Madhusudan] India must reconsider its relationship with the Catholic Church, the way China has done. The Catholic Church - headquartered in the Vatican - cannot claim to be both a religion and a sovereign nation. Since it is a latter and the priests in India all report to it, how is that OK? twitter.com/harshmadhusud…
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[Harsh Madhusudan] India must reconsider its relationship with the Catholic Church, the way China has done. The Catholic Church - headquartered in the Vatican - cannot claim to be both a religion and a sovereign nation. Since it is a latter and the priests in India all report to it, how is that OK? twitter.com/harshmadhusud…
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A digest of persecution in China for August 22, the International Day Commemorating the Victims of Acts of Violence Based on Religion or Belief.

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[Harsh Madhusudan] India must reconsider its relationship with the Catholic Church, the way China has done. The Catholic Church - headquartered in the Vatican - cannot claim to be both a religion and a sovereign nation. Since it is a latter and the priests in India all report to it, how is that OK? twitter.com/harshmadhusud…
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China's war on religion -- To secure its hold on power, the Communist Party is tightening its control over all faiths in China theweek.com/articles/9325…
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Someone proclaims "Jesus was a socialist", wanting more evidence to back up their view. Unfortunately for them, much of r/religion seems to be more interested in asking questions such as "Have you read about Mao's China and Stalin's Russia?"
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Manichaeism - A religion founded by the Iranian prophet Mani that between the 3rd-7th centuries expanded to China in the east, and the Roman Empire in the west. At one point it was one of most widespread religions in the world and the main rival to Christianity before the spread of Islam.
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Manichaeism - A religion founded by the Iranian prophet Mani that between the 3rd-7th centuries expanded to China in the east, and the Roman Empire in the west. At one point it was one of most widespread religions in the world and the main rival to Christianity before the spread of Islam.
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Document reveals powerful insight on how China detains Uighurs in internment camps based on dress, search history, and religion practiced bbc.com/news/world-asia-c…
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China’s Kingho Investment to start shipment of iron ore in Sierra Leone by December 2020: Mr Zhao said that the new job opportunities will be opened to every Sierra Leonean irrespective of gender, ethnicity, social origin or religion. He further assured that they will help Sierra Leone achieve more thesierraleonetelegraph.c…
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Show me the money please! All I have seen in the church's website is they have given some aid to China AND it hasn't been updated since February 4th. You really don't know shit about your religion. Click to see full image
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TIL China is the most irreligious country on Earth. As of 2015, a whopping 90.0% of residents claim no interest or relevance in religion whatsoever. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irr…
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"ΰ€ͺΰ₯‚ΰ€°ΰ₯ΰ€£ΰ€—ΰ₯ΰ€°ΰ₯ ΰ€•ΰ₯‹ ΰ€ͺΰ€Ήΰ€šΰ€Ύΰ€¨ΰ€Ώΰ€" In America, India, china and in the whole world Saint Rampal Ji Maharaj is the only true Guru whose spiritual teachings are more than spiritual teachers of Hindu Muslim Christian Jews religion. To know more Must watch Satsang On Sadhana TV at 07:30 PM
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The Uighurs and China’s Long History of Trouble with Islam: Islam was of little concern to China’s rulers when the religion arrived in the seventh century. Then problems began to arise: the Qing’s Buddhist political-religious utopia excluded Muslims; today CCP's communism takes similar role getpocket.com/explore/ite…
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NY times article on the weekend calls out Protestantism as fastest growing religion in China. The article discusses the moral vacuum felt in China by the governments previous negative approach to religion and people are hungry it seems for answers. I hope they keep looking for Jesus for answers!
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The Uighurs and China’s Long History of Trouble with Islam: Islam was of little concern to China’s rulers when the religion arrived in the seventh century. Then problems began to arise: the Qing’s Buddhist political-religious utopia excluded Muslims; today CCP's communism takes similar role getpocket.com/explore/ite…
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