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Buddhism was accepted by millions of people in other lands. missionaries had carried Buddha's message through Asia. Buddha became mixed with earlier Chinese thinkers. millions of Chinese became Buddhists ,and Buddhists monasteries in china became centers of religious thought. today, Buddhism is part of the cultures of such countries as Japan, the Korea's, china, Tibet, part of china ,and Vietnam.

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Why do you think that Buddhism was accepted in so many countries outside India?

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