Change in Chinese Values

Throughout the
 time
 most
 of
 the
 countries
 have
 been
 presented
 by
 their
 own
 cultures
 and
 their
 own
 value
 systems,
 which
 includes
 reflections
 of
 values
 in
 lifestyle,
 history,
 army,
 politics
 etc.
 Today
 Chinese
 value
 system
 becomes
 one
 of
 the
 most
 interesting
 at
 the
 same
 time
 most
 debatable
 system.
 The
 reason
 for
 this
 is
 because
 Chinese
 value
…

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Religion in China

Chinese constitution – Article 36 – says “enjoy freedom of religious belief”, but government only recognizes o Buddhism o Taoism o Islam o Catholicism o Protestantism • Communist Party of China is atheist o According to US state department CCP demands expulsion of the party members who belong to religious organizations but still a lot…

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Religion And Nature

-The Communist Party of China, which came to power in 1949, based on Marxism as an atheist ideology, viewed traditional religions as backwards. -%85 of Chinese people have religious beliefs or had some religious practices and only %15 real atheist. -Some scholars prefer not to use the term “religion” in reference to Buddhism and Taoism…

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