Taiwanese folk religions reflect an ancient history of many diverse Han peoples coexisting over a period of thousands of years. The meanings, organization, and ritual ceremonies of Taiwanese folk religions have been integrated into the secular social life of the people. Thus, Taiwanese religious beliefs and ritual behavior are manifested in various aspects of daily life. They include worship of ancestors, belief in spiritual gods, seasonal ritual ceremonies, customs followed over the course of...
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1 - 8 of 8 objects

-: Eight Lord

-: Seventh Lord

-: Orange Lanterns

-: Offering Box

-: Gui Xing (Stellar Deity of Examinees)

-: Dou Deng (Rice Barrel Lantern)

-: Tu-di Gong (Lord of the Land) Shrine

-: Supreme Emperor of the Dark Heaven

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