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Chinese Buddhist canon

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The Chinese Buddhist Canon refers to the total body of Buddhist literature deemed canonical in Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese Buddhism. The traditional term for the canon means the "Great Treasury of Sūtras."
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