Presentation in my recommend club GSE outbound team-Taiwan Team Leader : Sakula(Susan) Team Member : Wendy Karol Evonne Kay
職業參訪 Vocational day
與 hostfamily 的互動 Interaction with my hostfamily
各社例會與地區年會 Rotary Meeting& District Conference
農場體驗 Farm Experience
博物館及美術館 Museum
其他活動 Other Activities
Thank you…Missouri…
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  • The cultures of Taiwan are a hybrid blend of various sources, incorporating elements of traditional Chinese culture, attributable to the historical and ancestry origin of the majority of its current residents, Japanese culture, traditional Confucianist beliefs, and increasingly globalized values. The Taiwanese believe in polytheism. The practice of ancestor worship is handed down to generations and form part of local customs. It is a distinctive trait of Taiwan’s religious culture. The main religions in Taiwan are Buddhism, Taoism, and folk belief. For the most part, the traditional religions practiced in Taiwan are Buddhism, Taoism, and folk religions; except for a small number of purely Buddhist temples, however, most of the island's traditional places of worship combine all three traditions. Taoism is China's native religion, and many of its gods are deified persons who actually lived in the past and made important contributions to society. Guangong, the God of War, is a classic example of this; in history he was Guan Yu, a famous general of the Three Kingdoms period. Taoism came to Taiwan in the 17th century, but it was suppressed during the period of Japanese occupation (1895-1945) because of its embodiment of the spirit of Chinese culture. During those years the adherents of Taoism had to worship their gods surreptitiously in Buddhist temples, and after the island was restored to Chinese rule the convergence of these two religions continued. Today all sorts of different kinds of deities are worshipped in the same temple, forming one of the unique features of religion in Taiwan.  近來各方宗教蓬勃發展,除了天主教、基督教外,還有回教、大同教、天理教…等,也都在台灣擁有一片空間。道教是中國本土宗教,中國人因注重具有高尚情操的人,所以常將他們神格化供奉在廟裡祭拜,如關公就是一個典型的例子。道教於 17 世紀傳入台灣,在日治時期,因蘊含中國文化精神,受到日本迫害,信徒只好在佛教寺廟中奉祀道教的神。光復後,由於宗教觀念寬大,佛教、道教合流,在一個神殿中,可同時供奉不同的神,而形成了台灣本土的特色。 Taiwanese aborigines practice nature worship. In 1624, the Dutch missionaries introduced Protestant Christianity to Taiwanese people. The first converts were the aborigines. In 1626, the Spanish introduced Catholicism to Taiwan. In 1895, the Japanese brought Shinto into Taiwan. Chinese migrants introduced Buddhism and Taoism to Taiwan. Moreover, in the last 50 years, Taiwan has been a haven for Falun Gong and Yi Guan Dao, which are banned in People’s Republic of China. 台灣的原住民實行自然崇拜。一六二四年荷蘭傳教士引進基督新教給台灣人。首先改變信仰的是原住民。一六二六年西班牙人將天主教傳到台灣。一八九五年日本人將神道傳至台灣。中國移民將佛教和道教引進台灣。此外,過去的五十年來台灣為法輪功和一貫道的避風港,法輪功和一貫道在中華人民共和國是被禁止信仰的宗教。 Most Taiwanese people blend elements from Buddhism, Taoism and folk religion together, while some practice Buddhism exclusively. Longshan Temple in Taipei City is one of the examples of the mixture. It worships a mixture of Buddhist, Taoist and folk deities. In addition to big temples, small outdoor and indoor shrines of local deities are common. For good luck before taking a test, students may visit a shrine of the Learning god. A small shrine of the Kitchen god can be found in some restaurants. 大部分的台灣人將佛教、道教和民間宗教的要素混合在一起,有些則專門實行佛教。台北市的龍山寺是這些宗教元素混合的一個例子。它信奉包含佛教、道教和民間的神。除了大型的廟,小型室內和室外供奉地方小神的神壇也常見。考試前求好運,學生可以拜訪文昌帝君聖祠。在有些餐廳裡可以看到灶神的神壇。
  • presentation in recommend club

    1. 1. Presentation in my recommend club GSE outbound team-Taiwan Team Leader : Sakula(Susan) Team Member : Wendy Karol Evonne Kay
    2. 3. 職業參訪 Vocational day
    3. 12. 與 hostfamily 的互動 Interaction with my hostfamily
    4. 30. 各社例會與地區年會 Rotary Meeting& District Conference
    5. 36. 農場體驗 Farm Experience
    6. 39. 博物館及美術館 Museum
    7. 45. 其他活動 Other Activities
    8. 49. Amish..
    9. 51. Thank you…Missouri…