Articles on Taoism
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- Experimenting with Taoism in theatre
- Ponda-based theatre institution, Hauns Sangeet Natya Mandal, will present an opening performance of its experimental play titled, 'Is God a Taoist?' on February 28 and February 29 at 7 p.m.
- Chevy is a Taoist Prophet- Season not Lost
- It's not that simple to say the Jets season is lost. First off what would that statement even mean? The season can't be found, that it is missing or something else.
- China's Only Monogamous Emperor Swore Off Consorts After One Murdered His Mom
- His father, Emperor Chenghua, was hardly a better influence. In fact, he was a real Ming Dynasty Hugh Hefner; he pored through sex manuals and was obsessed with pornography, cavorted with Taoist magicians, and was led astray by money-grubbing pals.
- 'Royal Taste' Chinese 15th Century Art Exhibit Opens at USC PAM
- The last section shows works related to Tibetan Buddhism and Daoism, also referred to as Taoism. Yu Yu said the exhibition showcases the diversity of the religious practices of royal families. “It was more than just Buddhist practices,” she said.
- SEEKING FORTUNE
- At that time, the seeds of Buddhism and Taoism had already been sown and organized religion had started to sprout. The first events consisted of early practitioners leading religious processions throughout local towns to draw out more potential followers.
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