Responses to COVID19 in Buddhist Communities of Contemporary China-Preliminary findings
This teaching resource by PhD student Daigengna Rosin Duoer of UC Santa Barbara focuses on the Buddhist response to COVID-19 in China. The teaching resource covers issues such as government restrictions on Buddhist places of worship, transition from in person to online worship, and social outreach efforts made by Buddhist communities during the pandemic. The teaching resource also discusses Chinese Traditional Medicine, vegetarianism, Buddhist doctrine related to the pandemic, and personal experiences of Buddhists.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Duoer, Daigengna and The Jivaka Project, "Responses to COVID19 in Buddhist Communities of Contemporary China-Preliminary findings" (2020). Pandemic Response and Religion in the USA: Material Culture. 20.