Fusion of Culture
BaShu culture is a fusion of different aspects of Chinese culture which gradually entered the region. Since the BaShu region is located in the Sichuan Basin and is surrounded by mountains, which form a relatively closed circuit, its natural conditions are quite favorable. On numerous occasions in history, the area became a refuge for certain individuals as well as a stronghold for some political factions. In the centuries following the incorporation of Ba and Shu into imperial China, waves of different groups of people from all over China as well as its borders came to the BaShu area. It was a place of cultural exchange and integration which formed today’s richly diverse Ba-shu culture.
With a history of over 2,000 years, It circulates in Sichuan in the East Han Dynasty and was divided into the Han Chinese Buddhism and Tibetan Buddhism. It imposed significant effects on politics, economics, thoughts, cultures, literature and arts of Sichuan areas and leaves numerous laudable and valuable heritages, such as wood carving, painting, architecture and literature. The Leshan Giant Buddha and TibetanThangka and mural set great example.
Taoism is known for"natural" for its essence. Daoism, also spelled Taoism, indigenous religion and philosophical tradition that has shaped Chinese life for more than 2,000 years. Daoist thought permeates Chinese culture, including many aspects not usually considered Daoist.