Tibetan Buddhism among Han Chinese provides the best overview to date of the contemporary wave of Han Chinese engagement with Tibetan Buddhism. The book is clearly written and is easily accessible to an upper-level undergraduate audience.
The book is well structured and each chapter has a clear focus…. Tibetan Buddhism among Han Chinese is written in a highly accessible style and deserves to be read by anyone seriously interested in Buddhism in the contemporary world. Covering both urban and rural circumstances, the author provides a nuanced account of the adaptation of Tibetan Buddhism in Chinese cultural settings. It provides an insightful perspective into the everyday lives of Chinese practitioners living in various localities. It shows that superscription is embedded within the Chinese everyday lives and that it is experienced in various forms. The book will appeal to a wide audience of scholars and practitioners of Buddhism as well as of cross-cultural religious communication across the globe.