Buddhism was brought to China by missionaries.
Indian merchants and teachers brought Buddhism to China
Missionaries from India came to China and brought Buddhism.
Buddhism is a very small religion in Australia with only 2.1% of the total population practicing Buddhism. The first Buddhists to arrive in Australia were jugglers and acrobats from Japan in 1867.
The Tang emporer suppressed Buddhism to gain the wealth of the Buddhist monasteries. After this, Buddhism in China declined.
how did Buddhism preadc within china from there when did it spread
The arrival of Buddhism impacted China by art, culture, and family
Buddhism was brought to china in the first A.D. by merchants and missionaries from IndiaBuddhism was first introduced in India. It was then carried over to China by merchants and travelers.
Buddhism spread through China was undoubtedly hastened by the fact that many practices and beliefs of Buddhism are similar to Daoism, which was native to China. Zen or Ch'an Buddhism is best understood as a blending of Buddhism and Daoism. .
no,china is a Buddhism country.
Buddhism came to China from India, during the Han dynasty, around 67 CE.
Buddhism got to Japan through China and Korea.
Buddhism is the most dominate in China.
Buddhism has spread to most of China but, there is no exact places known so far....
Buddhism is the main religion in China.
No. Buddhism began with the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, the historical Buddha, in what is now northeastern India and didn't find its way into China for centuries. However, Zen Buddhism did originate in China; it resulted from blending practices of Indian Buddhism with practices from its native Daoism. .
Buddhism got to Japan through China and Korea .
Buddhism is present in almost all the countries of the world.
china or japan