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《Hebei Academic Journal》 2005-01
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A comparative study about Japanese monk studying abroad Tang and Song dynasty

Gao Liu-cheng (School of law and politics , Hebei Normal University, Shijiazhuanng 050091, China)  
There were many Japanese monk studying abroad came to China to study religion theory and traditional culture in Tang and Song dynasty. In Tang dynasty, monk who study abroad were mainly sent to China by Japanese government, and their purpose were "striving for Buddhist doctrine". Monk who study abroad to China mainly spent their own money in Song dynasty, their main purpose were " visit a sacred land" in South Song, but their main purpose became "striving for Buddhist Doctrine" in north Song. They conveyed many materials to Japan when they returned. It will be higher science value to the culture exchanging history of China and Japan if we have a comparative study about Japanese monk abroad Tang and Song dynasty.
【CateGory Index】: K242;K244
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