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[[Origin and Formation of Daoism]]
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*[[Daoism and the Immoratalists]]
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*[[Immortals and Magicians]]
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*[[The Magic and Immortality Tradition]]
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*[[The Huang-Lao Tradition]]
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*[[The Supreme Peace Tradition]]
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*[[The Tradition of the Mighty Commonwealth of the Orthodox Oneness (The Five Pecks of Rice Tradition)]]
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*[[The Master Yu Tradition]]
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*[[The Li Tradition]]
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Daoism during the Wei, Jin, and Southern and Northern Dynasties (220-581)
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*[[The Northern Celestial Masters Tradition]]
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*[[The Southern Celestial Masters Tradition]]
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*[[The Numinous Treasure Sect]]
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*[[The Highest Clarity Sect]]
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*[[The Lookout Tower Tradition]]
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Daoism during the Sui and Tang Dynasties (581-907)
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*[[Methods for Ingesting Original Vital Breath During the Sui and Tang Dynasties]]
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*[[The Twofold Mystery School]]
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[[Daoism during the Song and Yuan Dynasties]] (960-1368)
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*[[The Heavenly Heart Sect]]
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*[[The Divine Heavent Sect]]
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*[[The Pristine Subtlety Sect]]
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*[[The Donghua Sect]]
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*[[The Great Dao Doctrine]]
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*[[The Supreme Oneness Doctrine]]
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*[[The Complete Perfection Tradition]]
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*[[The Dragon Gate Sect]]
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*[[The Encountering Immortality Sect]]
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*[[The Nanwu Sect]]
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*[[The Pure Brightness Tradition]]
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*[[The Doctrine of Mysteries]]
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[[Daoism during the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368-1911)]]
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*[[The Wudang Tradition]]
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*[[The Azure Grotto Lineage]]
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*[[The Middle Sect]]
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*[[The Eastern Sect]]
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*[[The Western Sect]]
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[[Daoism during the Republican Era (1911-1949)]]
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*[[Daoist Association of the Republic of China]]
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*[[The General Daoist Association of the Republic of China]]
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*[[Chen Yingning]]
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*[[Yi Xinying]]
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*[[Yue Chongdai]]
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*[[Zhang Enpu]]
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[[Daoism in Mainland China]]
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*[[Taoist Association of China]]
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*[[Chinese Local Daoist Associations]]
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[[Daoism in the Minority Regions]]
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*[[Daoism among the Yao Ethnic Group]]
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*[[Daoism among the Zhuang Ethnic]]
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*[[Daoism among the Miao Ethnic Group]]
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*[[Daoism among the Tujia Ethnic Group]]
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*[[Daoism among the Gelao Ethnic Group]]
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*[[Daoism among the Maonan minority]]
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*[[Daoism among the Jing Ethnic Group]]
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*[[Daoism among the Bai Ethnic Group]]
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*[[Daoism among the Qiang Ethnic Group]]
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*[[Daoism among the Naxi Ethnic Group]]
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Daoism in Hong Kong
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*[[The Hong Kong Taoist Association]]
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Daoism Overseas
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*[[Daoism in Singapore]]
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*[[Daoism in Japan]]
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*[[Daoism in Korea]]
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*[[Daoism in other Southeast Asian countries]]
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*[[Daoism in Europe and America]]
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Taiji.png Ancient China

Origin and Formation of Daoism

Taiji.png Early Imperial China

Daoism during the Wei, Jin, and Southern and Northern Dynasties (220-581)

Daoism during the Sui and Tang Dynasties (581-907)

Taiji.png Late Imperial China

Daoism during the Song and Yuan Dynasties (960-1368)

Daoism during the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368-1911)

Taiji.png Modern Era

Daoism during the Republican Era (1911-1949)

Taiji.png Contemporary Era

Daoism in Mainland China

Daoism in the Minority Regions

Daoism in Hong Kong

Daoism Overseas