Letters to the West

seven years in Tibet-in-Exile (and counting …)

Posts Tagged ‘culture

The lottery of life

The difference between what life looks like for us in the “developed” west, compared to us in the “undeveloped” world.

different lives

Go here for more: http://www.fubiz.net/2010/12/01/the-lottery-of-life/


Written by walker

2 December 2010 at 7:41 pm

“One in three Chi­nese describe them­selves as reli­gious”

Offi­cial Chi­nese sur­veys now show that nearly one in three Chi­nese describe them­selves as reli­gious, an aston­ish­ing fig­ure for an offi­cially athe­ist coun­try, where reli­gion was banned until three decades ago.

As Christianity Booms, Is Religion Good for China? http://chinadivide.com/2010/christianity-booms-is-religion-good-for-china.html

A really interesting article discussing the effects of western influence on Chinese culture and people, especially the Christian influence. And asks the question: “Is any increase in reli­gion and reli­gious belief in China good or bad?”

Unfortunately the comments are more narrow-minded than the post.

Written by walker

2 August 2010 at 7:51 pm