Asia for Educators / Columbia University website on "Living in the Chinese Cosmos: Understanding Religion in Late Imperial China : 1644-1911)

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Religion in China - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

CRACKS IN THE ATHEIST EDIFICE - THE coastal city of Wenzhou is sometimes called China’s Jerusalem. Ringed by mountains and far from the capital, Beijing, it has long been a haven for a religion...

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China Muslims Ramadan || Islam is the most popular religion in China among young people despite a government crackdown on Ramadan and historic persecution of the Muslim Uighur minority, according to a new survey. Of the five religions recognised by the atheist state, Islam has the largest proportion of followers under 30, with 22.4% of Chinese Muslims fitting this age bracket, according to the China Religion Survey carried out by a research centre at Beijing's Renmin University ||

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