National Geographic : 1931 Aug
(g iNationat Lteograpnlic society lNatural A INDO-CHINA HAS BEEN THE MEETING GROUND OF MANY RELIGIOUSBELIEFS oograpns Dy VV. KODert ivioore At various times, among the country's racial groups, Brahminism, Buddhism, Naturism, Confucianism, Animism, some Mohammedanism, and of late, Christianity, have found adherents. At the left, Cambodians are carrying two images of BuddhainaNew Year's pilgrimage toAngkor Vat (see Color Plate I). At the right, the costumes of the Annamite priest, seated, and two bonzes of Hue,indicate that their Buddhism has come by way of China.