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    Journey to the West is a Chinese novel published in the 16th century that tells a story of Xuanzang or Tripitaka’s journey to retrieve original Buddhist sutras for China. The influence of Journey to the West has become insurmountable in Asian cultures and has managed to help both Taoism and Buddhism to surge in popularity and stay relevant today. Being one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature, Journey to the West has been successfully adapted into various forms of media and is

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    During CultureALL a lLady from China named Phoebe, came to tell us about her culture. Chinese culture is very traditional and varied because of the size of the state. Some of their customs are ancient, dating back almost 8,000 years. The Han people of China once believed in polytheistic creation theories. The Chinese traditions are very interesting, but seem quite alien to our western beliefs. The traditions of the Chinese people for the most part seem to stem from Eeastern philosophy and religion

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