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Daoism in the News - Sun, 02/18/2018 - 19:00
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One of Australia's oldest Chinese temples brings fortune and family, worshippers say - Radio Australia

Daoism in the News - Sat, 02/17/2018 - 15:33

Radio Australia

One of Australia's oldest Chinese temples brings fortune and family, worshippers say
Radio Australia
Not aligned with any one religion, the temple reflects the many streams in Chinese religion based on three distinct philosophies — Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism. "We're talking about cultural systems of worship and prayer that go back here, in ...

Darina Allen: recipes for Chinese New Year - Irish Examiner

Daoism in the News - Sat, 02/17/2018 - 11:05

Darina Allen: recipes for Chinese New Year
Irish Examiner
Each food is symbolic in some way, long noodles served in various ways symbolise longevity. Citrus fruit is traditionally eaten for Chinese New Year because it too is considered to be lucky. Chinese food is influenced by two major philosophies ...

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iB, Wangjing's Newest and Decidedly Chinese-Style Brewpub | the ... - The Beijinger (blog)

Daoism in the News - Sat, 02/17/2018 - 05:09

The Beijinger (blog)

iB, Wangjing's Newest and Decidedly Chinese-Style Brewpub | the ...
The Beijinger (blog)
It's been a while since we've had news of a brewpub opening, otherwise, it's mainly been closures for our dear Beijing. So, when we heard of iB brewpub launching in Wangjing, we sobbed, we threw up our hands to the sky, and we ran (well, not literally ...

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Archbishop of Singapore: 'Building a vibrant, evangelical and missionary Church' (III) - Malaysian Christian News

Daoism in the News - Fri, 02/16/2018 - 23:12

Malaysian Christian News

Archbishop of Singapore: 'Building a vibrant, evangelical and missionary Church' (III)
Malaysian Christian News
Below the third and final instalment in a three part(Part 1, Part 2) interview. A large part of the Singaporean population identifies with a religious faith. Buddhists are about 40% and Christianity is the second largest group. Thanks also to Western ...

The Day in Photos: 16 February 2018 - ABS-CBN News

Daoism in the News - Fri, 02/16/2018 - 12:58

ABS-CBN News

The Day in Photos: 16 February 2018
ABS-CBN News
Praying for luck in the Year of the Dog. Followers of Taoism, mostly Filipino-Chinese, visit the Temple of Taosim in Malate, Manila to welcome the New Lunar Year of the Dog on Thursday evening. The Chinese community troop to different temples to pay ...

Reserved for the Gods: Only Two Humans Have Tasted the Chinese Peaches of Immortality - Ancient Origins

Daoism in the News - Thu, 02/15/2018 - 10:11

Reserved for the Gods: Only Two Humans Have Tasted the Chinese Peaches of Immortality
Ancient Origins
The Peaches of Immortality are a type of fruit found in Chinese mythology, specifically that of Taoism. As their name suggests, these fruits are believed to confer onto those who ate them immortality. Similar to the golden apples in the Garden of the ...

Tea Leaves: Nepal gives up its hippy zeitgeist- Nikkei Asian Review - Nikkei Asian Review

Daoism in the News - Wed, 02/14/2018 - 21:13

Nikkei Asian Review

Tea Leaves: Nepal gives up its hippy zeitgeist- Nikkei Asian Review
Nikkei Asian Review
In north-central Kathmandu sits the famous tourist district of Thamel. From the uneven path that wends its way to the area through Amrit Campus, a famous science college, a visitor can see the ongoing transformation of the city's skyline. Skeletons of ...

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Jesus in Asia, by RS Sugirtharajah - Times Higher Education (THE)

Daoism in the News - Wed, 02/14/2018 - 20:17

Times Higher Education (THE)

Jesus in Asia, by RS Sugirtharajah
Times Higher Education (THE)
For example, “Those raised on the notion of Jesus as the eschatological prophet who announced the imminent end of the world, to be replaced with the Kingdom of God, will be deeply disappointed. The Jesus of the Sutras does not offer any eschatological ...

Religious significance of Lunar New Year - MyCentralJersey.com

Daoism in the News - Wed, 02/14/2018 - 14:30

MyCentralJersey.com

Religious significance of Lunar New Year
MyCentralJersey.com
Differing from the others, Taoism is considered a religious tradition that emphasizes harmony, frugality and humility. The Lunar New Year is an extended celebration spanning more than 15 days, seven of which are official days off from work and school ...

Rio's carnival parade present Chinese cultural icons - Xinhua

Daoism in the News - Tue, 02/13/2018 - 01:08

Rio's carnival parade present Chinese cultural icons
Xinhua
Imperio Serrano also paid homage to Chinese philosophy, including Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism, and its culinary contributions. The school's last allegorical float was dedicated to the Chinese New Year and this year's zodiac symbol, the dog, which ...

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Confucianism followers partake in cleaning ritual ahead of Chinese New Year - Jakarta Post

Daoism in the News - Mon, 02/12/2018 - 06:45

Jakarta Post

Confucianism followers partake in cleaning ritual ahead of Chinese New Year
Jakarta Post
The cleaning procession started last week to welcome Chinese New Year, locally known as Imlek, on Feb. 16. The ritual has taken place at around 10 temples in the Chinatown area in Semarang, including Tay Kak Sie Temple, the city's biggest Tridharma ...

Why I Am A Hindu – Let Ursula K Le Guin Tell You - Swarajya

Daoism in the News - Sun, 02/11/2018 - 06:37

Swarajya

Why I Am A Hindu – Let Ursula K Le Guin Tell You
Swarajya
In her noter in one of her long evening recording sessions, late in the autumn, sitting on the red rug in her quiet room, she defined the Akan system as a religion-philosophy of the type of Buddhism or Taoism, which she had learned about during her ...

REVEALED: The world's most and least religious countries - where does the UK come? - Express.co.uk

Daoism in the News - Fri, 02/09/2018 - 20:03

Express.co.uk

REVEALED: The world's most and least religious countries - where does the UK come?
Express.co.uk
Before Mao Zedong declared China a Communist state in 1949, Taoism was one of the country's most popular religions. However, after a campaign to destroy non-Communist religions, the numbers of Taoists has significantly reduced and it has become more ...

Chinese New Year: Here's the legend behind the Chinese zodiac ... - Metro

Daoism in the News - Fri, 02/09/2018 - 20:01

Metro

Chinese New Year: Here's the legend behind the Chinese zodiac ...
Metro
Rounding off the week next week is Chinese New Year, which falls on February 16 this year. More than a billion people are expected to celebrate the event around the...

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The house that Tsinoys built | Inquirer Business - Inquirer.net

Daoism in the News - Fri, 02/09/2018 - 17:16

Inquirer.net

The house that Tsinoys built | Inquirer Business
Inquirer.net
The Taoist Temple in Lahug, Cebu offers breathtaking views. Photo sources: Sharlyne Ang and Karla Redor. Chinese New Year is upon us again. Apart from the dragon dances and colorful fireworks, appreciating Chinese architecture is a great way to ...

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The house that Tsinoys built - Inquirer.net

Daoism in the News - Fri, 02/09/2018 - 17:16

Inquirer.net

The house that Tsinoys built
Inquirer.net
Featuring traditional symbols such as Dragons and pagoda roofs, the complex is dedicated to Taoism, an ancient Chinese religion. The temple is open to the public for tours and visits. It composes of multiple structures scattered around a lush and ...

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Year of the Dog Celebration to be held at Dao House - Estes Park Trail-Gazette

Daoism in the News - Fri, 02/09/2018 - 11:51

Year of the Dog Celebration to be held at Dao House
Estes Park Trail-Gazette
These events are hosted by long time disciples of Wu Dang Chen, doctors and other specialists in the field of health and Daoism. There will great techniques and exercises taught throughout the weekend to assist our emotions and decisions in the year to ...

Usher in the Year of the Dog With Beijing's Top 8 Temple Fairs - The Beijinger (blog)

Daoism in the News - Thu, 02/08/2018 - 20:41

The Beijinger (blog)

Usher in the Year of the Dog With Beijing's Top 8 Temple Fairs
The Beijinger (blog)
During the Yuan dynasty (1271-1368), the Quanzhen sect of Taoism spread throughout northern China and it was common for temple fairs to celebrate the achievements of Taoist figures. To this day, Taoist sites such as Beijing's White Cloud Temple ...

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