Buddhism is the second-largest religion in China and one of the fastest growing religions in the world, with a population of nearly 13 billion people.
It is a way of life that is rooted in ancient beliefs, which are rooted in the Buddhist doctrine of bodhisattva, or “manifestation.”
Buddhism teaches that life is a series of interdependent, inseparable interconnectedness, and that one should devote one’s entire life to the service of others.
The Buddhist religion is also the third-largest religious group in the United States, with 1.2 billion adherents, according to Pew Research Center.
For most of its history, Buddhism was a very secretive religion, and it was only officially recognized in 1912.
It was a relatively new religion, first gaining popularity in the 19th century, and was considered to be largely untraditional.
Buddhism began as a collection of monastic orders, called dharmas, that existed for a period of time in several locations in the country.
The dharmases were founded around the 16th century in various parts of the country, but were soon absorbed into the main Buddhist sect, the Dhamma School.
Buddhism is based on the teachings of the Buddha, who is regarded as the first Buddhist teacher.
The Buddha taught the doctrine of emptiness, or the absence of self.
As a result, Buddhism is considered to have two distinct parts, one that is practiced and one that does not.
Buddhism was introduced to China in the 10th century.
As the religion grew, its followers came from across the country and settled in a wide variety of locations, including the southern provinces of Shandong and Fujian, the northeastern provinces of Hebei and Liaoning, and the coastal provinces of Guangdong and Hong Kong.
The practice of Buddhism is associated with the concept of bodhi, or peace, in which all people share in the Buddha’s teachings.
It teaches that people are all interconnected, and are free to act in accordance with their own will and feelings.
Buddhism has a long history in China, which stretches back to ancient times and is considered one of China’s largest religions.
The first recorded Buddhist scriptures were written in the 12th century by the monk Xuanzang, the second to be written by the master Bodhidharma.
Buddhism became a mainstay of the Chinese religious calendar in the late 12th and early 13th centuries.
Buddhist temples have been built throughout China, and thousands of monks live in various Buddhist countries and overseas, according