Where is Krushchev's laptop?
Hey Hidoshi, just sayin hello. Mk623SC20K 00:03, 28 February 2007 (UTC)
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I am trying to nominate Maudgalyayana as a good article. I have only one paragraph that has not been referenced yet. You once wrote this, but I have failed to find a reference for the latter part: "The festival has striking similarities to Confucian and Neo-Confucian ideals, in that it deals with filial piety. It is for this reason that the Ullambana Sutra is often subject to criticism in Chinese popular culture. It has often been called inauthentic, because its Confucian leanings are at odds with other Buddhist teachings, as shown in Chinese literature and operas."
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