Join Date: Nov 2001
Location: Abroad with a passport
The Japanese are Non-practicing Buddhists.
Shinto is more about rituals, and folklore. They
practice Shinto things; like buying amulets, but
for the most part they aren't very religious.
In Korea the post War generation are Christians.
If you go to the country side- you'll find Buddhists.
The older people of Korea are Buddhists. Again,
like the Japanese they have alot of sub religious
groups that like rituals, folklore, worshipping
tree gods, etc...
Over here in Singapore. Christianity is popular
among wealthy Chinese families.
Co-Founder of JUSTINE Philistines' Society
Paul Weller & Morrissey + Tennis - Singing = Justine!
"I hung onto tennis. I have done so for the past 20 years.
It is something that is in me, it is me." - JH