Episode Two: Buddha Got Back Spirits, Gods and Ghosts of East Asia

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In this episode of “Gods, Ghosts, and Spirits of East Asia”, Group Two discusses Buddhism and Buddhist themes that connect a Chinese tale and a Japanese tale. These tales come from the Tang Dynasty period of China (618-907 C.E.) and the Nara to Kamakura period in Japan (800-1300 C.E.) and are “The Crazy Bookworm” from Chinese Ghost and Love Stories and “The Invisible Man” from Japanese Tales.   The tales also had underlying themes of preexisting ideologies and religions from the respective countries, which are some interesting talking points in the podcast. Episode Two: Buddha Got Back

In this episode of “Gods, Ghosts, and Spirits of East Asia”, Group Two discusses Buddhism and Buddhist themes that connect a Chinese tale and a Japanese tale. These tales come from the Tang Dynasty period of China (618-907 C.E.) and the Nara to Kamakura period in Japan (800-1300 C.E.) and are “The Crazy Bookworm” from Chinese Ghost and Love Stories and “The Invisible Man” from Japanese Tales.   The tales also had underlying themes of preexisting ideologies and religions from the respective countries, which are some interesting talking points in the podcast. Episode Two: Buddha Got Back

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