How Buddhism Came To China
Updated 17:13, 31-Aug-2021

If one were to retrace the footsteps of Buddhism in China, they would find themselves along the Silk Road, and perhaps in one of the key places of worship – the Yungang Grottoes. But this UNESCO world heritage site is not just significant as a religious site, it's known for its art – sculptures and paintings with influences from Mesopotamia, Greece, Rome and India, an example of how East meets West. 

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