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Meet Chinese Domestic Gods
The pantheon of Chinese gods and goddesses is extensive, spanning thousands of years as well as different ethnic groups and changing geographical boundaries. Some of the most enduring deities are well-known among the Chinese, such as Pangu, the Jade Emperor, Guanyin, Sun Wukong, and the Eight Immortals.
Like other cultures, each Chinese god has a specific "scope of work". These different Chinese gods promote or warn people's good and evil behaviors, and provide rules for social relationships and living principles. Most interestingly, these gods have both serious images, as well as "pop" images that are adapted to different regions, dialects, and ethics and evolved through Chinese history. From the emperor to the ordinary people, from temples to the countryside, these rules and influences have penetrated for thousands of years till now, shaping Chinese Identity and Value as a non-religious religion.
The role of Chinese gods is closely related to the daily life of Chinese people, many of them are "scheduled" to fulfill their particular duty by our ancestors in the Lunar Calendars.
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